What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing TimeINTL for Mac OS X

Mac software TimeINTL

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Whether you sell actual goods or digital goods, it is important that you know where they are located when customers contact you. You definitely don’t want to call up a customer when he or she is asleep. Inevitably, you need a software application that lets you run multiple clocks. There are many desktop applications like that. We have a couple of them for the Mac platform. A new software title that we submitted about an hour ago lets you run multiple analog clocks as well. This new software submission is called TimeINTL.

Mac software TimeINTL

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  Mac software TimeINTL

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TimeINTL is a desktop application that lets you build your own international clock system, keeping track of the time with analog clocks at multiple locations around the world. When it comes to setting up analog clocks, you have 54 locations to choose from. These cities include Tokyo (Japan), Beijing (China), Mumbai (India), Jakarta (Indonesia), Sydney (Australia), Perth (Australia), Moscow (Russia), Dubai (UAE), Athens (Greece), Jerusalem (Israel), Nairobi (Kenya), Cape Town (South Africa), Lagos (Nigeria), London (UK), New York City (US), Chicago (US), San Francisco (US), Mexico City (Mexico), Caracas (Venezuela), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Santiago (Chile), Wellington (New Zealand), Madrid (Spain), Paris (France), Rome (Italy), Geneva (Switzerland), Dublin (Ireland), Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Berlin (Germany), Oslo (Norway), Helsinki (Finland), Istanbul (Turkey), Kiev (Ukraine), Saint Petersburg (Russia), Novosibirsk (Russia), Hong Kong (China), Guangzhou (China), Shanghai (China), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Singapore, Taipei (Taiwan), Islamabad (Pakistan), Bangkok (Thailand), Seoul (South Korea), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Cairo (Egypt), Toronto (Canada), Vancouver (Canada), Denver (US), Honolulu (US), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bogota (Columbia), Tehran (Iran), Colombo (Sri Lanka).

Using TimeINTL, it’s up to you to decide how many analog clocks to run for which cities. You can run 1, 2, 10, 20 or 30 clocks. You could run as many as 54 clocks at the same time as long as space allowed. It’s also up to you to decide where to position which clock around the application window.

Note that the application window will occupy the desktop area with a size of 1100 x 762 points.  

Available at Mac App Store
Mac App Store


  1. Choose one of nine languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian, Italian, Japanese, Chinese) to indicate the day of the week and each city name.
  2. Each clock represents one of 54 locations around the world.
  3. You decide where to position which clock.
  4. Customize the looks (day-of-week label color, AM/PM label color, city name label color) of analog clocks.
  5. Print the list of current time at 54 locations.
  6. Undo/Redo the position of the current clock while you are under the Edit mode.
  7. Language: English only.
  8. The application supports the Retina display.
  9. Application file size: 6.9 MB
  10. The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.)

System requirements

  1. Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9
  2. 64-bit system


  1. The user cannot resize the application window.
  2. Although it is possible for the user to run as many as 54 clocks at the same time, they can virtually run as many as 20 to 23 of them at the same time due to limited space.

Version history

2.0.3 (June 18, 2014)

  1. When the user launches the application for the first time, an introductory window will open, showing them what to do to set up a clock.

2.0.2 (February 24, 2014)

  1. When the user launches the application for the first time, an introductory window will open, showing them what to do to set up a clock.
  2. The printing function is fixed for the better.

2.0.0 (December 27, 2013)

  1. The way by which the application allows the user to select a new clock location has changed. In order to sect a new clock, choose Select New Clock (Command + N) under Clock. Then click on a city button.
  2. The user can now adjust the positions of existing clocks (as opposed to just one clock) at a time.
  3. The world atlas shows some islands and in-land lakes.
  4. Some location buttons have been re-positioned.
  5. The user can set a second hand color in Preferences.

1.0.4 (December 18, 2013)

  1. The type of the location buttons is switched to ‘Momentary Change’ so that they won’t temporarily turn white when they are clicked on.
  2. The clock frame is refined such that the top part is somewhat dark enough to allow the user to select a light color for the day-of-the-week label.

1.0.2 (December 17, 2013)

  1. With ‘Don’t prompt me for confirmation when removing a clock’ in Preferences on, the application did not let the user remove a clock.
  2. The center of the clock has been readjusted.

Trial/Demo version

Click here to download a trial version. Meanwhile, if you regularly review Mac software, you may be eligible for receiving free coupon codes, which can be redeemed at Mac App Store. Click here for more information.

Video tutorial

A video tutorial with text commentary is available for TimeINTL v.2 in the form of a QuickTime movie. Click here. The data size is 69.5 MB, and the movie duration is 7 minutes and 30 seconds. The video dimensions are 1,440 x 900 pts.

TimeINTL is a product of MacHouse.

4 thoughts on “What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing TimeINTL for Mac OS X

  1. I have installed the APP Time INTL and uninstalled it 3 separate times and it does not work. I wuld please like the monies refunded to me ASAP. I find this to be one of the most frustrating experiences I have had in a very long time and a total waste of my time and money.

    Lynda Woolf

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