GNOME Clocks is a simple clock application for GNOME.
It includes a stopwatch, a timer, set alarms and the ability to check the time in different cities.
It’s written in the Vala programming language and released under an open source license.
- UTC and “Anywhere on Earth” clocks.
- gnome-shell search provider to search world clocks.
- geolocation support
- Uses gsound library to play sounds.
- Flatpak support.
- Internationalization support.
Developer: Alex Anthony, Paolo Borelli, Allan Day, Piotr Drąg, Emily Gonyer, Evgeny Bobkin, Maël Lavault, Seif Lotfy, William Jon McCann, Eslam Mostafa, Bastien Nocera, Volker Sobek, Jakub Steiner
License: GNU General Public Licence, version 2 or later
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