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Set home location Are you about to make an International long distance phone call? Are you planning a trip to a foreign destination?
Are you preparing for a web cast or online meeting? Are you looking for a free clock for your own web site or blog? Just want to know what time it is?
The Internet can bring you closer to the world, but with time zones and daylight saving time rules, World Time Server is here to help by providing accurate time information when you need it!
World Time Server shows current time and date in cities and countries in all time zones, automatically adjusted for local Daylight Saving Time rules.
Convert times from one location to another or even check current international weather conditions. Why use World Time Server? Every time zone is represented, but instead of limiting our time data to a select list of cities, we start with country borders to define our time locations.
We even document smaller exceptions as necessary to cover the places other sites avoid! That's why we make "Any time, anywhere" our motto! With no official resource to get this data such as the UNmany Fortune companies depend on our vigilant research and our contacts with governments, embassies, newspapers to keep up with the ever-changing Daylight Saving Time rules for zones around the world.
You can depend on us, too!
Pick the one exact place and exact time your event will occur and we'll give you a link to email or post on your website. Everyone who follows the link gets to pick their home location to compare their time directly with yours.
No big list of world cities to distract anyone, no math required. If you aren't sure of the best time to hold your next event or meeting, try our cool Meeting Planner. More information about this web site How did we get started with this?
We were working on a project for international travelers and needed time zone data to complete the job. We expected it to be easy -- surely someone, perhaps the United Nations, would have this data available.
We looked in books, atlases, and web sites and found nothing we could depend on. The available resources either avoided areas that were difficult to determine, provided disclaimers that they were "not guaranteed to be accurate" or provided information that was just plain wrong or outdated.
Our answer to finding accurate information was to do it ourselves. We spend hundreds of hours of exhaustive research to compile the data this site is based on.
We continue to maintain and check our data to ensure that it remains accurate in the future.
A more complete list of countries Map and Globe graphics to help you place each location geographically More accuracy with any DST adjustments made at the same moment that locations actually change their clocks forward or backward More link options, including a flash-based analog clocks or a search boxes you can embed on your web pages Choose a location to see current local time right now:The largest and most up-to-date repository of Emacs packages.
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World Time Server shows current local time and date in cities and countries in all time zones, adjusted for Daylight Saving Time rules automatically. Corrected for network delay.
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