I have a tough enough time remembering what day it is when I'm on the road -- never mind trying to figure out time zones. And that's where travel clocks come in. There are a bunch of great ways to keep track of time zones on your Android smartphone.The picture above is a great three-dimensional world clock in the SPB Shell 3D launcher and homescreen app. It's a pricey $15, but it looks and works...
If you're used to getting up at O'dark-thirty and go to bed sometime around 2100, you might want to switch your clock over to 24-hour time. Also commonly called "military time," that's where the afternoon shift switches to 1200 to 2400, taking care of those pesky a.m./p.m. concerns. And switching your phone is easy. Just go to Settings>Date & Time and check "Use 24-hour format."
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