10 Best Time Zone Converters For Desktop & Mobile Users
If you are part of an organization like hongkiat.com, chances are you are working with colleagues all around the world who start and stop working at different hours. Trying to set up a meeting or have a discussion can be a headache to figure out, particularly when you have a hard time differentiating between GMT, PST, PDT and other time-zone acronyms.
Even if there are no meetings to schedule, with an Internet connection you can watch world events like a football match, the Olympics, a keynote or an awards show live on your computer — so long as you can figure out what time it starts locally.
Today, we’ve compiled the 10 best time zone converters for use on desktop or mobile to help you keep track of your global appointments. And if you are an regular traveler, this may even help you pick the perfect time to call home.
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[Web] Time Zone Converter is powered by TimeAndDate which can easily be accessed via your browser to convert time zone in different cities. It also accepts past, present or future dates and allows users to add up to 11 cities for conversion. The converted time can also be copied into an email or note.
[Web] EasyTZ comes with a handy world map. Mark the city, or cities, or find them via the search box, then set the scheduled date and time for conversion. You can share the results via link in email or even convert your result to a Google Calendar event.
[Web] Time Zone Converter helps you find the difference in the time between two cities around the world. Like TimeAnd Date and EasyTZ, daylight savings will be taken into account for conversion and you can convert past and future dates and times as well.
[Chrome Extension] Want to plan and schedule online conferences or international meetings? Try World Time Buddy. It detects your home location automatically, gives you time zone conversion at a glance, and lets you share your converted time via Gmail or Google Calendar.
[Firefox Add-on] Timezone Converter is one for Firefox browser users. It can calculate the time difference between a few places all right from the corner of your browser. Beats having to open up a new tab just to figure the time difference out.
[Mobile – iOS] Here’s an iOS app for fast time conversion straight from your iOS device. Just set the time and date of the timezone you want to convert, Timezoner can easily convert time from any timezone into your local time.
[Mobile – iOS] TimePal is another free iOS app that allows you to plan a cross-border meet-up. Just set a date and time for a meeting and share it with your co-workers in other countries. They will receive the time in their respective local times and dates.
[Mobile – Android] Here is one for Android users. In just a few taps, you can convert the time from one timezone source to another destination timezone, half a world away.
[Mobile – Android] Time Zone Converter consists of a huge database of 1200 cities for time zone conversion. Just search and add a city to compare the local time zone with the selected city time zone.
[Mobile – Windows Phone] Yeah, Windows phone users, here’s one for you. Timezone Converter is a Windows phone app that allows you to schedule overseas conference calls, webinars and phonecalls to friends and relatives in convenient times.