Emerald Time uses Network Time Protocol to display the current time of day as defined by the international standard atomic clocks. Its accuracy is limited only by network latency and is usually accurate to less than +/-100 milliseconds.
- geeky stats
- blinky lights and numbers
- display options for 12- or 24-hour, UTC or local, seconds & tenths
- NTP accuracy
- leap second display
- optional tick sounds
- optional screen brightness control
- night mode
(Requires Internet access. Emerald Time does not change the internal clock used by all other iPhone apps.)
- Bugfix for iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
Been using it for a while
It's a simple app that gives accurate time. It does it well. I use it to periodically set the clocks in the house or in the car.
For others who may be wondering, IOS doesn't let apps set the time of your device.
Works great. Simple to use. Exactly what I was looking for.
Hey, how about a little script that reads the ntp time, opens settings and make the change to the device. Is this possible? Is it possible to change ntp settings in iOS?
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.