Updated: World Clock App for Your BlackBerry Smartphone

Update: A few readers pointed out that the app is no longer free and costs $1.99. I am not sure when this change was made but AFBB is even more misleading since the app is still called World Clock Free.

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Over the years there have been quite a few world clock apps available for BlackBerry. The latest one I have been using is a free World Clock from AFBB. The app offers up loads of features along with showing you multiple clocks on one screen.

Features include:

  • Automatically detects BlackBerry preloaded time zone configurations.
  • Automatic Daylight Savings Time  DST  calculation\
  • Zoom In and Zoom Out function available on Menu button for better Visibility!
  • Set numerous world clocks running simultaneously with both time and date.
  • If the list is too long and its taking time to scroll, just press the letter on the screen and the app will automatically jump to that city. For ex. type ‘L’ and the app will automatically highlight all cities starting with ‘L’, say London-UK, Long Beach CA
  • Reorder, Delete, Setting, Change City, Add functions in just 1 touch!
  • Support 12/24 hour format.
  • Large clock display, easy to read.
  • Installs as one icon in your application folder, no other setting needed on your device.

Check out World Clock for $1.99 in App World

5 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Something odd going on in App World. The vendor has a couple of World Clock apps (“World Clock” and “World Clock 4-in-1″), each with a “Pro” and a “Free” version, but all versions sell for $1.99.

  2. The link for app world shows $1.99 for the application.

  3. Link takes you to a paid app .. not free… misleading

  4. Sorry. Something very weird is going on. Even the name of the app is still World Clock Free and it was listed as free when I wrote this up. I will edit the article. Something really shifty is going on with this app.

  5. True, all popular AFBB apps are paid now. this change was recent.

    but its not hard to guess why, its one of two:

    1- AFBB management changed and no longer want to provide free apps (strategic change)

    2- or it was their plan from day one to get people addicted to their apps so they can sell them at a later stage.

    (3- its a big mistake, and things might go back free, lol)

    “dont shoot the messenger” :)

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