Sharp World Clock 6.4
Although it's by definition a world clock, the application does even more than that, with the desktop clocks showing the current time and flags of the configured locations. What's more important though is what's hiding under the settings screen.
Add multiple cities
As we said, you can add as many cities as you want and doing this is impressively easy.
Besides the fact that you can navigate to your very own locations by choosing the continent, country, city and state, you're also allowed to quickly search for a city by writing down its name or by entering its coordinates.
Info about sun and moon phases and maps
At the same time, you're provided with a bunch of details, such as sun and moon phases, along with an interactive map to easily pick any desired location.
Work with a feed reader, sticky note and alarm tool
Sharp World Clock also comprises a feed reader and a sticky note utility, as well as an alarm tool that can be triggered hourly, weekly, monthly and annually.
While it looks good and comes with a great amount of customization options, Sharp World Clock seems to be a bit slow on Windows 7, although we've experienced a similar behavior on Windows Vista and XP.
An overall efficient clock and time management app
All in all, Sharp World Clock is the kind of tool that does what it says, but it still needs a few enhancements to work flawlessly. The amount of features packed into the app is impressive whatsoever, so besides a world clock you also find a weather utility, a meeting scheduler, an alarm tool and a sticky notes app.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on September 1st, 2014
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- Added a "Configuration Assistant" to the program, which is launched on first installation, instead of the help dialog (or later from the context menu: "Assistant")
- Modernised and improved some program code
Application descriptionSharp World Clock is an application that was designed to show any number of analog and / or digital clocks in a row or...