iOS: If you know or work with people all over the world, it helps to know what time zone everyone is in. You can easily check different time zones on your phone, but OneTime lets you do this and more.
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Dear Lifehacker, For the most part, my phone and my laptop pick up automatically when I change time zones. But it seems like something always goes wrong, either in planning or on the spot, and I miss something important. What should I do to prevent future time zone mix-ups? Sincerely, Frequent Time Traveller
The Google Friends newsletter points out in a recent issue that Google has now made it possible to find the time in locations in all over the world. Next time you do a web search, type "time" followed by a city, state,
or country and Google will return the time for your desired location. If you enter a location with multiple time zones, we'll display results for all applicable time zones; or, if you enter a location in multiple states or countries, we'll show all locations with a similar name so you can choose between them. You can also simply enter the search term "time" to find your local time; however, this particular feature does not seem to be working completely consistently yet.