If you’re a frequent traveler and looking for an iOS application that can show multiple time zones in once glance – the current time for where you are as well as the time for your destinations, I would recommend installing WorldClockCenter addon on your iPhoneNotificationCenter.
WorldClockCenter widget allows you to add various clocks (configured inside MobileTimer.app) for different regions around the world which certainly fills the gap left from not having a multiple-timezone clock on the iPhone. You can add multiple clocks for the cities/ time zones that you want to keep track of. So if you have 10 world clocks in your clock app, it will display all 10 of them in your notification center.
Developed by Edouard Durand, WorldClockCenter for NotificationCenter is available for download (for US$1.99) through the BigBoss repo in Cydia Store for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. You can either visit the Cydia store or download the .deb file from here. After you install it, you must activate the new WorldClockCenter widget. To enable any NotificationCenter widgets/add-ons, simply go to Settings -> Notifications -> (X).
NC widgets are available on devices that are jailbroken and on iOS 5 (5.x) only. No new icon is added to your homescreen and all configurations are done in your settings app, under the WorldClockCenter app. Display options of the widget are available in the Settings menu of your iDevice.
- Different formats to display time or date
- Option to hide the time or date
- Option to display the name of the city
- Option to organize the display of the time or date in the widget
- Option to adjust the text size in the widget