World Clock 1.5.1 for Mac Offers Touch Bar Timezone Support

Posted in Apps, Mac on 15/02/2017 by Chris Hauk

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Developer Alex Komarov has updated his World Clock app for the Mac. The updated app, version 1.5.1, offers MacBook Pro Touch Bar support, allowing users to quickly convert international times with the drag of a finger.

World Clock 1.5 for Mac Offers Touch Bar Timezone Support

Features include:

  • Add cities and time zones like GMT and UTC with a few key strokes.
  • Convert international times with a drag of a cursor.
  • Schedule international calls and meetings and add them to your calendar.
  • Add Interactive Widget to your Notification Center
  • Transform your desktop with an elegant World Clock screen saver.
  • See weather at every location at a glance
  • Full Touch Bar support for MacBook Pro 2016

Easily tell what time it is with clocks that change color with the time of day:

  • Black for evening and night
  • White for morning
  • Green for working hours

Subscribing Offers Benefits

Note: The app does require a subscription. Everybody gets a free 1-month trial, and you can cancel at any time, no questions asked. Subscribers get access to time conversion, daily weather forecasts, calendar events creation and instant and timely automatic updates to the time zone database of more than 142,000 locations and timezones.

World Clock 1.5.1 for Mac is a free download in the Mac App Store. [GET IT HERE]


  • Alexander Komarov

    Thanks for sharing, Chris. I am the developer, so if anyone has questions about the app, I will be happy to answer here.

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