Free Time Zone Calculator will help you calculate time differences between different world time zones. Daylight saving time (DST) settings as well as exact time zones are available for every major city in the world.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:53
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Description: Free Time Zone Calculator will help you calculate time differences between different world time zones. Accounting for daylight saving time (DST) and offering a database of all major cities of the world complete with their time zones and DST settings, Time Zone Calculator is your one-click solution for calculating the difference in time between world time zones.
Offering the ability to calculate time differences between the many world time zones, Time Zone Calculator is a free, one-click solution to convert time from any time zone into another. Conversions are available from UTC/GMT time zone to all USA zones, including Central (CST), Mountain (MST), Pacific (PST), Eastern (EST), Atlantic (AST), and Hawaiian (HST) time zones. Any other conversion is available as well, such as London to Sydney, Pacific Time to Atlantic Time, Singapore to Vienna, New York to Paris, and so on.
Travelers can rely on Time Zone Calculator as a reliable way to figure out local time, time at their destination, or home time no matter where in the world they go. The free time zone converter knows about the differences in time zones and daylight saving time settings of various cities around the world in Northern and Southern hemispheres.
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