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AnyTime is a system utility that lets you add multiple clocks to your Mac. The clocks are displayed on the menubar, and you can add as many as you want. They are digital clocks and they include the current time, day of the week and the initials of the city or country. To add new clocks, you can click on the menubar icon (the clocks themselves) and access the "Settings" window. From there, you can click on the "+" button to add new clocks or on the "-" button to remove them. The application can't detect your location automatically, and you can't type the name of the city that you want to add a clock. Unfortunately, you have to manually select a region and then a city, which takes a bit more time. You can add a different color to each clock to easily differentiate them.
I like that each clock displays the day of the week. This is very useful because the date might be different in two parts of the world at any given time.
I noticed that the clocks would magically disappear when I switched back to Chrome. This only happened when I had more than three clocks running at the same time. Although this is not a grave problem, it is a bit annoying.
- Useful for people who need to be aware of the time in other cities
- Easy to configure
- Colors for differentiating clocks
- The clocks disappear at times