Clocker 4+

Menubar World Clock

Abhishek Banthia

    • 4.9 • 3.7K Ratings
    • Free



Clocker is designed to help you keep track of your friends and colleagues in different time zones.

-> Search from thousands of cities/street and time zones
-> Customize what you want to see in the menu bar with multiple clocks
-> Add notes to your timezones
-> Edit time zones with your own labels
-> Time Slider
-> Set Reminders for a particular time in different timezone
-> Keyboard Shortcuts
-> Sunrise and Sunset
-> Drag and drop time zones to rearrange, sort by time difference, relative dates, trackpad support for slider and plenty more customization options!

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What’s New

Version 24.03

- Updated HIG compliant app icon courtesy Gregory Lassale (
- Revert to show the time in current timezone for the time slider label
- Optimizations to reduce CPU usage
- Fixes for meeting joining links aren't shown when link is part of event notes
- Cancelled meetings do not show up in menubar and highlighted with strikethrough
- Improved Panel UX: Reduced clutter, introducing new button to copy all times,
- Using monospaced font for non-compact menubar mode

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
3.7K Ratings

3.7K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Be the best international coworker/friend/relative ever by knowing the local time for all the remote people in your life. Add multiple locations to the menu bar or to Clocker’s extensively customizable menu, and even set alerts based on the time in other time zones. Copy one or all times to the Clipboard with a click, and view your upcoming calendar events right in the menu.

shamrocks66642069 ,

A little clunky but works perfectly for what I need

I didn't want to give less than 5 stars for something that works. It's just that the UI is a little strange, and sometimes I have a bit of a hard time adding new cities. I use this as a time zone converter basically. I am constantly speaking with people in other time zones so it's very helpful to glance at throughout my day. I don't really use it for anything else. But honestly, anything useful that's free and doesn't bombard me with advertisements really deserves a good review. Some of you are so hard on free apps by independent developers! Much gratitude to the Clocker team.

plaintiger ,

Very useful

In this COVIDious time I'm attending various Dhamma talks and meditation sessions via Zoom; some of these are hosted and/or posted in Singapore, Australia, and various other parts of the world. Clocker helps me to figure out at what times those things are happening in my time zone. Invaluable, and much handier than having to go to websites to figure out the time conversions (though such websites can still be plenty handy for greater detail, including determining the time offset from UTC, since some people will say an event is happening at, say, 8 AM Singapore time and others will say it's happening at 0800 UTC 8). Which made me think of a feature request for Clocker...and as it happens there's a very handy feedback form built right into the About section of Clocker's preferences.

Love the compact menubar display that lets me see a couple (or a bunch!) of my chosen clocks at a glance.

Odd things:

1) The list of my chosen clocks in the preferences is in huge type, much bigger than any of the other UI elements. Not sure why that is.

2) The menu often needs to be clicked several times before it'll open.

But those minor things aside, it's a pretty slick app and, as I say, very useful. And it's free, no less! Wowza. =)

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