QIClock was written primarily for the developers, who found themselves dealing with coworkers on all sorts of different time zones, particularly those with the gall to reside on the other side of the international date line (should you, like the sun, only conceptually travel East to West).
It might also come in handy if you're attempting to watch the opening series of the Major League Baseball season and for some reason or another they're playing it not in the home team's ballpark but somewhere five thousand miles or so to the left of it.
- v. 2.5 We went slightly visual with this latest update. Also added some features that make sense for people: like it saves your favorite timezones and last state when you quit the app. This version is now Leopard (10.5)-only. Sorry. - 06.10.2008
- v. 2.1.2 Fixed something I broke in the last release, thanks to the Australians. - 06.06.2008
- v. 2.1.1 You can now update timezone based on the timezone name or abbreviation (this feature requested by L. for easy lookup of Australian timezones). - 02.05.2008
- v. 2.1 You can now update the time and date, which was the intention all along... again, fell out of the .0 release unintentionally. - 10.04.2008
- v. 2.0.1 Fixed a crasher when selecting no timezone (or a made up one, like "PickleBottom"). Also added back in autocomplete for other timezones, which somehow snuck out the back door on the .0 release. - 28.03.2008
- v. 2.0 A pretty lame clock for comparing times in various time zones. - 25.03.2008
- v. 1.0 A pretty lame clock for quick switches between time zones. - 01.01.2003