Alternatives to Slashtime for all platforms with any license

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  • World Time Buddy icon

    World Time Buddy

    Ridiculously intuitive time zone converter! In just seconds find current time, plan meetings, calls or travel, schedule events and games, track market hours. What is...

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • Chronozone icon

    Chronozone

    Chronozone provides time and daylight remaining at any location. Simply drag to move the map around and the time dial will adjust to that location.

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • Time.is icon

    Time.is

    Find out what the exact time is right now at any of 7 million locations around the world

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • FoxClocks icon

    FoxClocks

    FoxClocks is a Firefox/Thunderbird extension to display local times around the world in your status bar or any toolbar. Virtually all the worlds time zones are...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Thunderbird Firefox

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  • Microsoft Time Zone icon

    Microsoft Time Zone

    Do you have relatives that live far away? Do you work with people from other countries? Use this simple utility to keep track of the time in other part of the world....

    Free Windows

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  • Cities - World Clock icon

    Cities - World Clock

    If it’s 9 PM, Friday 20 June in Melbourne, Australia, what time is it in Trieste, Italy? Or Detroit, USA? Cities lets you travel the world to see what time it was, is or...

    Commercial iPhone

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    • Discontinued Official website and app unavailable.
  • Wims World Clock icon

    Wims World Clock

    WorldClock shows you the time in different places over the world. Also included are the Swatch Internet Time, Julian Date and StarDate. You can also use it to...

    Free Windows

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  • Sun Clock

    Sun Clock is a program for Windows to show the local time around the world and the areas of the globe which are in night or day.

    Free Windows

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  • InstantTimeZone icon

    InstantTimeZone

    Freeware Program shows current time and date of different World Time Zones, as an icon in the system tray (taskbar), next to your computer clock.

    Free Windows

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  • Time Zone Converter

    Time and time zone converter. Readily tell the time anywhere in the world using frequently updated time zone database.

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • Klok icon

    Klok

    Klok is a time zone converter widget that sits in your Today view and helps you stay on time with people you care about in different time zones.

    Free iPhone iPad

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  • A to Z Converter icon

    A to Z Converter

    "A to Z Converter" provides a set of free converters to easily convert between anything to anything else. Be it Units, Colors, Age, Timezone or Currency. Now...

    Free Android

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  • Time Buddy icon

    Time Buddy

    Time Buddy brings a colorful world clock. Setting and seeing the correct time for different time zones was never so easy.All you need to do is open the app tap to plus...

    Freemium Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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Slashtime Comments

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Negative Comment by whitephoenixus
about Slashtime and Gnome Clocks Jan 2017

If you want this program, it is not ready-to-install. You have to build it first. If you aren’t a programmer or you want a program that you can just install and have it work, you are stuck with the compact World Clock, the shell script TZWatch, or Gnome Clocks which also includes a stopwatch and timer. The first two are somewhat customizable, but not very accurate and use an out-of-date database. Gnome Clocks is more accurate, but is very large on the desktop with unnecessarily large icons and no way to customize the interface. Why do Linux programmers even bother?

[Edited by whitephoenixus, January 25]

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