World Clock Widgets 4+

Time Zone Widget

Overdesigned, LLC

    • 4.7 • 820 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

Check the time, anytime! Track the local time in cities across the world, right from your desktop. Add cities to World Clock and select the analog or digital clocks. Then check the World Clock widget whenever you need to know the time.

• Digital or analog clocks
• AM/PM or 24-hour time
• Show seconds
• Customizable Widgets with tons of layout and color options
• Search 10,000+ cities by name
• Rename a city to create a custom clock, e.g., “Grandma’s House”
• Mac app is totally free! The iOS app contains ads and an optional one-time purchase to remove ads and help support my work.

What’s New

Version 1.10.2

Widgets should update more reliably. If you continue to see problems, please email adam@overdesigned.net — thanks!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
820 Ratings

820 Ratings

pizza_dough ,

Easily the best

This app covers all the bases if what you’re looking for are clean looking widgets with various size options and customizations. Awesome that you can rename cities to pad typical ‘major city’ time zone lists with whatever floats your boat. Easily worth the cost to remove ads, and I do appreciate the ability to try the fully functional app and widgets beforehand. Speaks to the app’s confidence in its standing above others that try to fill a similar niche. The only thing I’d like to see is maybe some visualization of current time within a 24hr period (timeline) for the locations added to the list. For example one of the locations can be set as “home” or “main”; each location’s horizontal space can be treated as a 24hr period with a vertical line showing the current position of the “main” location. So the hours of other locations would be shifted such that the vertical line traverses each list item at the proper time, if that makes sense. This would help e.g. for choosing a meeting time that suits multiple time zones reasonably well. There are other app(s) that do this to varying levels of elegance, but I have a feeling this one would do it well as the developer seems to have a good sense of design/usability—and those other apps are sorely lacking in widget/customization/other departments. My main priority was a compact widget anyway, for now!

Digichelle ,

Better than ever on iOS 14

When Apple released a world clock widget of their own in iOS 14, I thought I wouldn’t need this app anymore. But with so many widget options to choose from—far more than what Apple provides—it remains indispensable. The designs are simple, unobtrusive, and blend in well with the rest of the OS. Best of all, it costs next to nothing. So if you’re looking for a way to make your home screen more useful, this is an excellent place to start.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for such a wonderful review!

RandomNickname00 ,

Functionally Worthless

This app is AMAZING at showing ads. It works flawlessly on that front. Non-stop, in fact! Figuring that it might also be good at displaying time-related widgets, I set one up to show me the time in Los Angeles. And when I checked it out, it gave me the time in Los Angeles as 4:46pm. The sticking point is that at the time, it was 7:02am where I am on the east coast. So it should have said that the time in Los Angeles was 4:02am. Thinking this was strange, I opened the app to see if I could diagnose the issue, and it immediately served me a full-screen ad! The app clearly exists just to be an ad farm, and I don’t have use for some ad farm on my phone (maybe I will someday! But certainly not today) and so I deleted this app to find one that actually displays accurate time widgets.

Developer Response ,

I’m sorry to hear this! Both of these issues sound like bugs. Sometimes the widgets get “stuck” after an app update; please try restarting your phone, and if that doesn’t fix the widgets please email adam@overdesigned.net so I can help get them fixed. I’ll also look into the ads, they shouldn’t be that aggressive.

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