Time is your friend. For me, time is like math, though it helps that I seem to have a built-in clock or timer which always knows, within a few minutes, what time it is, or how many minutes have passed by, or how long it takes to get something done. Where my genetic timer breaks down is remembering the time in time zones scattered all over the world.
For that I use The Clock.
You’ll spend more on a combo at McDonald’s than you will on The Clock, but you’ll get more service and utility with the Mac app. If ever there was an app that should replace one of Apple’s built-in OS X apps, it’s The Clock. Here’s why. Just look at all the clocks.
Visually, The Clock has a dark theme and a light theme. It can be anchored to float on top of other windows and always be visible. When you set up clocks for cities in different time zones, the city name can be changed (for example, the name of a friend, family member, or business in a different time zone).
You get more choices to display the time in the Menubar, either 24-hour mode or AM and PM, plus digital or analog. Time can be offset as well as go back in time. If you want to have clocks fill the Mac’s screen, can do.
You get the idea, right? The Clock is what the clock should be in OS X. Onscreen clocks can be reordered through drag and drop, display today, yesterday, and tomorrow instead of dates, and there’s a built-in calendar so you can see how time matches dates.
I’m particularly fond of the Take a Break option; handy to get those of use who sit much of the day to get up and do something else for awhile. Overall, there’s just not much to not like about The Clock, hence all the four and five star reviews.