"World Clock is a fantastic native app that not only makes it easy to add all the time zones you care about and shows them on a map to better help you visualize the time differences, but helps you schedule meetings across time zones too."—THE NEXT WEB

"If you work or interact with people in different countries you’ll know what a pain it can be to coordinate a meeting with the parties are in different timezones.
World Clock gives a visual representation of what time of day it is for your co-workers."—LIFE HACKER

-= 3 x Apple Editor's Choice =-

A great world time app to plan and organize through timezones
World Clock Pro is a fancy international time zone converter ideal for anyone who works and interacts with people from numerous countries on a frequent basis. It will become the perfect everyday companion for planning, scheduling any kind of webinars, meetings, group activities, and calls. So, if you have to do with any kind of world time zones planning or simply wish to effortlessly compare multiple time zones to reveal the most suitable time to ring your friends or family, this time zone converter is a smart choice. Learning and checking what time it is in any part of the world is fast and fun with this world clock app.

— Multiple Time Zone Clock
Do you simultaneously work on several projects worldwide? Adjust group calls or corporate meetings without any affords. Add cities and timezones like GMT and UTC with a click. Enjoy a brand-new experience of planning and scheduling!

— Time Zone Map + Time Offset Visualization
When it comes to arranging calls and meetings through a number of time zones, this world time zone clock makes a great solution. Select the preferable time zones and add them to Favourites. For better visualization, have a peek at the needed areas on a map.

— Time Clock Converter for Everyday Use
Convert times throughout the world within seconds, plan travel or check flight arrival time across time zones. Pick good meeting times for colleagues f rom different countries with a drag of a cursor.
Effortlessly choose the preferable time for all of them.

— Powerful Sharing
Schedule meetings and phone calls with just a few clicks

— Full Dark Mode support for macOS Mojave

— Live Weather in Every Part of the Globe
See live weather and weather forecasts it the selected areas, not to mention every part of the world. Plan, organize and arrange any kind of outdoor activities with ease and hassle free.

— MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Support

— Haptic Feedback Support
Sense gentle clicks with your fingers, every time you pass an hour mark when scrolling time using a touch pad. Works newer Macs with a touch bar that supports force touch and haptic feedback.


World Clock Pro is a subscription-based app:

Subscribe to get access to time conversion, daily weather forecasts, calendar events creation and instant and timely automatic updates of our timezone database of more than 142,000 locations and timezones.

– Length of subscription: 1 month or 1 year
– Price: $0.99/mo or $8.99/year
– Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
– Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
– Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
– Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
– Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable
– Terms & Conditions:

What’s New

Version 1.7.3

— Native M1 processor support
— Various fixes and improvements
— Updated timezone database

— Significantly improved scrolling performance
— Updated timezone database
— Fixed iOS app widget
— Other small fixes and improvements

— Full dark mode support

— Simplified and more powerful sharing: find a time that suits, and instantly share it with the others.
— Bug fixes and improvements.
1.6.8 - bug fixes
We are continuing to experiment with awesome Mac hardware. Recently we added touch bar support for new Macbook Pros,
now its time to put Mac's magnificent trackpad to use. (If you decide that this feature is not for you, it can always be turned off in settings.)
Significantly improved battery life on MacBooks

Easily toggle between 12-hour digital, 12-hour analog and 24-hour military-time clock faces.
Sorry about the wait, and enjoy. (As usual: let us know what can we improve via Help > Chat)

Now you can choose whether you want your World Clock Pro to sit in dock, or in the menu bar next to the system clock. Whatever works best, your choice.

We cleaned up the UI a bit to make it less cluttered and more self evident.

1.6.2 - bugfixes related to Japanese / Chinese system language and application auto-start.

1.6.1 - fixed a bug related to not requiring subscription for grandfathered users
And as usual, we made a few bug fixes and minor improvements.

P. S. Please leave us a review on the AppStore, to help us continue improving the app.

Version 1.5.3
— Bugfixes.

Version 1.5.1
— Minor improvements & fixes.
— Fixed widget visual bug on macOS 10.11

Version 1.5
This is a big update, we've now got:
— Touch bar support for MacBook Pro 2016
— Even simpler and time-conversion UI
— Worldwide weather updates
— Automatic database updates, to keep all time zone info up to date, so far we've got over 120,000 records
— Optimized/lowered power consumption to help preserve battery life if you are running World Clock on your laptop
— Performance improvements
— Bugfixes
— Subscriptions: all existing users get World Clock for life,
all new users can download the app for free, but will need to subscribe on yearly or monthly basis to use time conversion, weather and database updates. There is also a 30 day trial option.
(Existing users: please email or message us using 'help' menu in the app, if you run into any problems with this new version. Your app should run smoothly, as usual, without interruptions, if its not the case, we'd like to hear from you.)

Thanks for your help and support! As usual. :-)

Version 1.4.1
— Fixes related to macOS Sierra update (thanks to everyone who reported issues with the app and helped us to track them!)
— iMac 5k blinking clock faces issue fixed
— Location database update
— Issues causing screensaver to not turn on fixed
— Various small updates improvements

Version 1.4
macOS Sierra Support.
(Thanks to everyone who reported issues on Sierra Beta, we appreciate your help. If you still experiencing problems, let us know in chat:

Version 1.3.4
— Bug fixes and improvements
— Returned weather to the widget (popular request).
— Added a setting to toggle weather on/off in the widget and on the main map.

Version 1.3.3
— Added Chinese localization.
— Weather info removed from the widget for succinctness and clarity. (Many of you reported that since you use the widget for scheduling, you don't really need weather info in it. If you have other thoughts, you are always welcome to message us here:
— Improved Widget performance
— Stability and performance improvements
— Bug fixes

Version 1.3.1
— Bug fixes
— Small updates to screensaver logic

Version 1.3.2
— App registration
— Widget performance improvements
— Minor fixes and tweaks

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
122 Ratings

122 Ratings

Alex "Rex" Golub ,

Centered on the Atlantic

This is a good app that is easier to use than constantly googling time changes. That said, the image of the globe is centered on the atlantic, and I use the app to schedule meetings at locations around the Pacific Rim. Can we get the map to move, or provide a couple of different view options? I'd love to have Taipei and San Francisco in view at the same time!

RodSampa ,

Nice app, but some bug fixing and UX improvements needed

App is nice from a UX perspective (at least when compared to other similar apps), but it has some bugs and the customer support has been unresponsive. For instance, for me it doesn't show the weather on the map at all, even with the setting clearly made for that. Also, there's a limit of how many locations can be fully shown in the map, and you have no control of which ones show versus not (I have 15 locations set, and only 11 fully show in the map, the others are just marked as dots). Finally, the top icons of the time at different locations are very big, which means that if you have over ˜6 locations selected (laptop screen) you have to scroll sideways to see the others, which spoils a bit the convenience of a quick look.

kaderan ,

Just what I wanted

My business involves communicating accross timezones, and this is the most useful app I've found in the category. I love the screen saver feature as well. It would be nice if the interface colors could be customized. And the dots for some cities move to unseemly locations when there is another city closeby selected. But I've had this app for years and it hasn't sent me looking for something better.

App Privacy

The developer, Alex Komarov Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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