Being part of an international and, indeed, intercontinental enterprise, I consider time zone and world clock apps indispensable in managing my work-related tasks. I’ve been using Globo since its launch late last February. I’ve also been introduced to Time.is, which was released for iPad in April. And now, there’s a new time zone app of note in the form of Time Zones + World Clock Time Converter, or simply, Time Zones.
Created by Nice Boy aka Jared Sinclair of Unread and Riposte fame, Time Zones is an app that, of course, lets you ascertain the time anywhere in the world. More than that, though, it offers a handful of neat features.
Perhaps the most noteworthy of these is the so-called “Quick Check” mode. In this mode, you can enter a future date and time and have it automatically converted to the local time in all of your saved locations. What’s more, you can send an important date and time to your calendar straight from Quick Check mode.
Time Zones also comes with the following features:
- Search for time zones in tens of thousands of cities.
- Rename your most important places. “Mom & Dad” or “Main Office” can be so much more helpful than a city name.
- Crisp, orderly style that’s designed for speed. It’s easy to compare time zones quickly and get on with your life.
- Beautiful interface that changes colors with the time of day: sunrise, daytime, sunset, and night time.
Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, Time Zones + World Clock Time Converter is available now on the App Store for free, with a $4.99 in-app purchase offered for removing ads.