That’s the problem with time zones. You only care when you need to know what the time is somewhere else. If you’re from the Midwest, like the Miller Clan, then Easter and Pacific times are easy. Buenos Aires, not so much. This app helps.
400 Time Zones Clocks
Having lived and worked in Europe for a number of years, and with relatives scattered across the U.S. and deployed elsewhere in the world, we’re a bit more sensitive about time zones.
That’s what makes the Time Zones Menu Bar app so great (hereinafter referred to simply as, Time Zones) for Mac users on the go.
What you get with a click to the Menubar is a drop down window packed with time zones for various cities and locations around the world. They’re all there. Time zones. Not cities.
It also comes with custom features so the time and date display in a manner suitable for your needs. Clocks can be 12 or 24 hours. There’s a handy built-in offset mode which lets you find the time 12 hours ahead or behind in any location.
The nighttime look tells you at a glance that it’s dark in another time zone.
Time zones can be rearranged via drag and drop. The app comes with both digital clocks and standard analog clock faces. And, it works with daylight savings time automatically in the proper time zones (haven’t checked out those weird ones in Indiana and Arizona yet).
If time zones are an issue for you and you need to know what time it is over there wherever over there is, Time Zones is perfect and properly priced at change from a $2 bill.