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A reliable and user-friendly software solution that enables you to place several clocks on your desktop, then set the timezone you choose

editor's review




There are many people who travel across the world for vacations, studies or simply to make a better living. If you are one of them, you probably know by now that you might also change several timezones until you get to your destination, which means that you need to think twice before calling home and chatting with friends and family, since your timing might be off.

Briefly put, you need to take into consideration that the time is different depending on the timezone, so you need to use a specialized app, such as BClocks, to quickly get the correct time in any area you choose.

Add multiple clocks on your desktops, each with its own timezone

This software utility is meant to be as intuitive and user-friendly as possible, so as to make it easy even for novices to add several clocks on their desktop.

Next, a certain timezone needs to be assigned to each clock, according to your preferences - you simply need to explore the built-in world map and select the region you are interested in.

Customize the clocks and add a relevant description to each

Due to BClocks, you can also personalize the clock you added to your desktop - you can browse through the numerous skins provided within the app and apply the one you like best.

Furthermore, you can modify the default description of each clock (it is basically the name of a capital from your selected timezone). For example, you can enter the name of a friend or even a country, whatever makes it easier for you to associate the said clock with their corresponding timezone.

Snap clocks to screen border and set them on top with ease

If you add numerous clocks, they might make your desktop seem crowded - to avoid this, you can reduce the size of the layout without too much hassle.

Additionally, you can snap the added clocks to your screen border, while also setting them on top as soon as your mouse cursor touches a user-defined border (ie, you only need to move the pointer to bottom of the screen and all the clocks are automatically displayed, no matter how many open windows you might have).

BClocks was reviewed by Giorgiana Arghire
Last updated on August 12th, 2015
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