Sharp World Clock displays the current time in various locations around the world in attractive, customizable analog or digital clocks, with many extras. Its default interface is a cluster of six attractive analog-style clock faces you can set to any time zone. You can rearrange and undock clocks, customize size and transparency, and more.
Realistic highlights and national flags make Sharp World Clock’s analog clock faces attractive and easy to read at a distance.
We could change the look and layout of our clocks, set hotkeys to show or hide clocks, undock individual clocks, set software behavior, and customize many more aspects of Sharp World Clock than most other clock widgets, gadgets, and apps.
Sharp World Clock’s Time Zone Calculator has a graphical meeting scheduler that can help you set up international conference calls.
Sharp World Clock comes with many more features and capabilities than the typical desktop clock, including News Feeds, Sticky Notes, Weather Report, and Spoken Time.
While you largely get what you pay for, at $29, Sharp World Clock is obviously much more expensive than most other desktop world clock apps, which are usually free.
If you depend on accurate global time, you may appreciate Sharp World Clock’s extra capabilities. It’s definitely better than freeware desktop clocks, though whether that’s enough to justify its cost will depend on your needs.