Want to know what the local time would be in any city in the world at this instance - use Dual Clock. This app provides two clocks, one for local zone and the other for a remote city. Both clocks adhere to well-defined DST rules for 400+ cities in the world. The clocks adjust appropriately on DST transition and are perpetual. The clocks are so accurate that you will never need to refer to any other clock to check the time in any remote city in the world. Dual Clock also provides accurate and useful DST information on each clock.
Now set the remote clock by city name rather than timezone.
Also, added the time converter so that you can convert the local time to remote time and vice-a-versa.
This can quickly answer your questions like:
* What the local time would be in say, San Jose, CA or Sydney, Australia when it is 10 pm at your place???
* If you call a friend in Chicago, USA or Madrid, Spain tomorrow at 6 am your local time, will it be an odd time for your friend to receive the call?
* When a Wimbledon tournament at London scheduled for mm/dd/yyyy; hh:mm will be telecast on your local television?
* When a corporate virtual conference scheduled at US pacific time on mm/dd/yyyy, hh:mm will be open for you to join via the web?
Ratings and Reviews
You charge $1.99 for this app and plaster a Google Chrome ad right in the middle? That's garbage. Also you can only change the bottom clock. Come on .. I want my money back!!!
Can only modify bottom clock. Requesting a refund
No User Set Time!
Your "screen shots" actually show that the minute hand is in a different place on one than the other, leading me to believe I could set the second clock for whatever time I want. I travel 37 minutes to work. It would be useful for me to have the second clock read 37 minutes later so I can see at a glance exactly what time I would walk into my office. Quite disappointed. There are free aps that do what this one does with nicer ad-free screens.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.