ActiveEarth is a world time clock with a gorgeous day and night merge of NASA's Visible Earth satellite images in flat maps or a globe. It has accurate time zone data for more than 500 cities and you can add your own. Your PC's clock can be synchronized to atomic time. AE has several, scalable analog clock styles. You can even track important future events with countdown clocks. A screensaver shows your favorite clocks and map from the main program. Version 2.1 Build 2641 includes unspecified updates.
This feature-packed world time clock provides detailed information about more than 500 cities around the world. ActiveEarth has a visually appealing interface that prominently features a map of the world showing where it's day and night. Customizable analog clocks with digital readings from several cities line the bottom of the interface. Right-click any clock to view additional information about that city, including sunrise, sunset, latitude, longitude, lunar data, and a solar chart. It's simple to select a new city; just right-click, select from your options, or add your own. You can view the time difference and distance between two cities, perfect for frequent travelers. The synchronization tool allows you to correct your system clock by using one of several atomic timeservers, and it uses clocks to display the number of days left until the beginning of each season. We miss, however, the ability to set alarms. Frequent travelers and those with interests across the globe will find this application very attractive.
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