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World times at your fingertips

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#5 Product of the DayMarch 10, 2019
Get times for cities around the world straight from the menu bar.
- Show a clock for each city right in the menu bar
- Click the icon in the menu bar to quickly see city times
- Accurate sunrise, sunset and twilight times
- Select any place around the world to add to the menu
  • Chris Messina
    Chris MessinaProduct designer & entrepreneur

    It's free, easy to read at a glance (I put it next to the system clock), supports many locations at once, and is not overly complex


    I think "analog" is misspelled throughout the app, and some of the options area little confusing.

    Most of these apps are $2-$5, which seems a bit high given what my needs are (to know what time it is someplace else, usually one other place). Free is a great price point!

    Chris Messina has used this product for one week.
  • Vjatseslav Gedrovits
    Vjatseslav GedrovitsSoftware Engineer @ Malwarebytes

    Allows to see and configure multiple time zones


    Tried to add / find Florida, but didn't succeed

    I like this product, because it's not requires social login or similar. Easy to use and flexible enough to live comfortly in remote world.

    Vjatseslav Gedrovits has used this product for one week.
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Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
There are a bunch of world time menubar clocks, but this one has many attributes I like: - it's free - it's easy to read at a glance (I put it next to the system clock) - it supports many locations at once - it's not overly complex given its straightforward functionality
Arun Augustine
Arun Augustine@arunaugustine · Building
@chrismessina In my opinion, a one time payment of $1 is better than free. That way I know: - They will keep updating the app with Mac OS updates - Won't need to sell data/my privacy to keep this alive - Won't be cluttered with ads in future - won't have annoying pop-ups with CTAs to the maker's other products
Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
@arunaugustine I don't think charging a dollar will guarantee any of those outcomes. Ultimately it's up to the developer to decide what they want to do w/ the app. There are plenty of apps I've paid for that become abandonware, and other apps that are free that the develop loves to maintain. I also don't think this kind of app will have a sufficient number of users to sell out their privacy — whatever that even means in this case (I don't think the app really collects any PII). And it's hard to imagine that this app would have ads... it barely has surface area for that. Anyway, I understand your concerns, but I just don't think they really apply here.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Very useful for distributed teams like ours.
Arun Augustine
Arun Augustine@arunaugustine · Building
@rrhoover Have been looking for something like this for our team too! Very useful. But I wish it charged at least $1. That way at least I know that it's business model doesn't invade my privacy.
Binoy Xavier Joy
Binoy Xavier Joy@binoyxj · Technology Evangelist | Artist 🎨
I just replaced the system app with this drop down. Miss the date though
Glenn Rogers
Glenn RogersHiring@glenn_rogers · Co-founder @ Float
Fast, simple, exactly what was needed for remote teams that need nothing more than a quick reference across zones.
Ayush Chandra
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Law Student|Tech Evangelist
Great job!!😀Will check out! Any windows apps for this?