Popular Chrome app World Clocks released for Windows 8 & RT

World Clocks

The popular World Clocks app whose basic free version has over 165,000 users on the Chrome Webstore, now has an exclusive premium version on the Windows 8 store.

World Clocks is an interactive world timezone app that comes with a time database of over 400+ cities in the world, with a constantly curated daylight savings (DST) and timezone database. It is aimed at personal and professional users alike, with its presentation concentrating on ease to use, visualization, and readability, and is tailored to work fluently on various screen sizes. Times are displayed as beautiful, live clock faces, with an option to switch to digital mode. The app also works fully offline, and utilizes internet connectivity when available, to sync with timeservers for accurate timekeeping. The Windows 8 version supports the following features.

  • Windows Search charm integration
  • Special snapped view support
  • Automatic, over the air updates for timezone databases
  • Comprehensive DST support
  • One click Analog / Digital modes
  • 24 hour and 12 hour displays
  • Two bundled colorschemes, Dark and Light
  • Easy to use drag and drop interface with beautiful visualizations

The app costs only $1.99 (£1.49) and is available on the Windows 8 store here. The app can be trialled for 7 days with no feature limitations.

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