Here’s a look at one that every Mac needs because Apple refuses to do to the Date and Time utility what it does with Clock on iPhone and iPad. The Clock in iOS has a World Clock, an Alarm clock, a cool Bedtime clock, a Stopwatch, and a Timer. The Mac? Date and Time. VistaClock gives you more clocks.
The Mac’s built-in Date and Utility tells the date. And the time. Choose between Digital or Analog, display AM or PM, even show the date and day of the week. That’s about it? What time is it in London? Apple doesn’t care if you want to know. VistaClock has date and time and more. Lots more.
See what you get with a click?
Calendar and clocks. Lots of clocks. Analog clocks (the way God intended we view the time). VistaClock comes with a bunch of useful options, too, including theme, shadows, font options, even a clock in the Dock.
The Menubar has even more options than Apple’s old fashioned Date and Time. You like options? We got some options.
Display Calendar and Reminders, add a week number to date and month. If your Menubar has space, show the full month name and the full day name. Display a secondary clock. Change the time zone. Add a dark theme to the pop down clock window. VistaClock can be set to float on top of other mac apps (a good option when you need to know the time instantly).
Nicely done and not bad for 99-cents.
Every clock needs an alarm. The iOS Clock app is packed with features from timer and stopwatch to alarms to world clock to a handy bedtime alarm– all of which override the Do Not Disturb feature on iPhone and iPad.
That’s what VistaClock needs. Alarms. Otherwise, not bad for a dollar.