January 16, 2016 in Mac OSX (F)
[prMac.com] Kolkata, India - iLifeTouch is pleased to announce the release of Desktop Clock 2.0.1, an important update to their clock app for Mac OS X. Desktop Clock is a simple way of knowing exactly what time it is in different Time Zones. The look and feel of the clock is very user friendly with many add-ons that are always in plain view.
Desktop Clock comes handy when on regular basis a person has to connect with friends, families, clients etc. residing in different parts of the globe. Sometimes its hard to find out suitable time to contact with people who are residing in places of different Time Zone. Desktop Clock allows the user to set 4 different clocks for 4 different locations including the user's local time zone. Users can set desired locations from preferences and also choose and select clock from 8 different clock styles and can place them individually on desktop.
This is another app from iLifeTouch that will make your life easier one day at a time.
* Keep track of your city
* Add three additional time zones
* Option to have on top
* Option to resize clocks
* Option to show/hide clocks
* 8 Styles clocks
Whats new in this version?
App is now optimized to run on El Capitan and also works on all other previous compatible OS X versions.
App now auto starts at log in.
* OS X 10.6 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 3.0 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Desktop clock v2.0.1 is just $1.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Business category.
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