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Eric Lin
07-14-2003, 08:30 PM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.tapandgo.com/' target='_blank'>http://www.tapandgo.com/</a><br /><br /></div><a href="http://smartphonethoughts.com/index.php?topic_id=3782">CityTime</a> may answer the question "What time is it?" But McTraveller answers that question and many more including "What's the weather like over there?" and "How many Peseta for a Dollar?" While CityTime seems great for finding out what time it is in other locales while you're at home, McTraveller seems better suited for those who are actually in a different country. Here's the description we received, follow the link for (poorly downsampled) screenshots.<br /><br />"Superior World Weather for 56,000 cities worldwide. 2 day & 5 day forecasts can be received. A tiny download size, around 7K. Auto-updating feature so your weather is always up to date. World weather maps with zoom & pan. 4 world city times can be tracked from an initial database of over 230 cities. Easily add your own city to our database for time & weather tracking - use our Internet lookup feature to access city information from a database of 56,000 cities. Choose one of the four main cities for you main display.<br /><br /> Alarms can be set for any city in the database. Repeat your alarms at a user defined interval and try the snooze support.<br /><br /> Convert currencies on the move with our currency converter. Add your own currencies to the database and get the latest rates with our Internet currency update support.<br /><br /> mcTraveller has multilingual support. Change the language in the application on the fly. Supported languages are English, French, German, Italian & Spanish.<br /><br /> Add extra clock skins to customize the look of the clocks displayed in mcTraveller. Change the colors of the hands, show 12/24 hour times.<br /><br /> Plan your trips and make simple check lists with our itinerary support. <br /><br /> Get a glimpse of what parts of the world are in daylight with the daylight<br />map."

jenneth
07-14-2003, 10:45 PM
I've got some better quality screenshots up here (http://www.jenneth.info/archives/000248.html). This program looks awesome - I can't wait till it's released! :multi:

spg
07-15-2003, 01:16 AM
Looks like a very nice application. I'd venture to say this will be a must have for frequent travelers.