Circa³ – Time Zone Converter

Circa³ – Time Zone Converter

By Kostiantyn Zuiev

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-03-29
  • Current Version: 3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 37.71 MB
  • Developer: Kostiantyn Zuiev
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 163 Reviews)
  • Price:
Circa³ – Time Zone Converter App Ratings: 4.5
From 163 Reviews

Circa³ – Time Zone Converter App Description

Circa helps you keep time across multiple locations and time zones. Find the best times to connect and quickly create meeting invitations that work for everyone. Circa keeps teams in sync across multiple locations. Features: - Visually compare time across multiple locations - Quickly see working hour overlaps - Connect your calendars to check your schedule - Personal, organize in your own way - Create one-touch meeting invitations Featured: *** Best apps for tech-savvy travelers *** "10 of the best travel apps ... that you'll actually use." - The Guardian "This App Makes It Easy To Collaborate Across The Globe." - FASTCOMPANY

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App Reviews

  • Great little app!

    By HighVoltag3
    Does one simple thing and does it right!
  • Updated review (2019)

    By Jfkdjeh
    This is a new, updated review. (The previous review was one star due to an error that made the app unusable. That error has since been fixed.) As a developer an an all-remote team, I use this app every day to coordinate with team members in many different time zones. Also, the Apple Watch component of this app is one of my favorites! I highly recommend this app.
  • Does not work as expected/presented

    By Konstantin Barabanoff
    By the nature of my work, I have to understand time in at least four time zones simultaneously. At a first glance on the app screen shots, Circa complication for the modular face for Apple Watch looked like perfect fit. Unfortunately, instead of graphs, I just observe the list of cities on my Apple Watch Series 3. Time conversion does not work for Apple Watch, too — you can rotate the watch arrow, but you can not see how the time changes in the selected cities.
  • Essential and priceless for digital nomads

    By esidarap
    I work on a number of highly distributed and independent projects across the globe. Some use things like Doodle to find time slots to meet. Others use drawn out email threads that take a day for people to weigh in on different times if they can or cannot attend. Newbs always forget to include time zones when scheduling, forgetting everybody else on the team. When they finally learn about time zones, they just include or assume their local time, forcing everyone to translate to theirs. Inevitability, people miss meetings because of all the communications and conflicting timing. Seriously annoying and a serious waste of time. Enter Circa, which beautifully solves these problems. I’ve been waiting for something like this for a long time. The calendar integration is super handy, even essential. They ability to quickly see spans of working hours of remote teams is fantastic. I may not be able to control how other people schedule meetings, but at least now I can quickly see at a glance and graphically what time events will occur. Yeah, yeah, has time zone support, but it is pretty meek, and forces you to first schedule something to see if it will work. Thank you Circa. I can see we will have a long beautiful relationship together.
  • Great app!

    By Lomity
    Now shows up to 5 cities. Well done!
  • So Beautiful, So much potential, but too buggy

    By Mark ...
    The things that are good about this app are visually obvious. The following problems are preventing me from recommending this app to friends and buying this app for my remote team members: 1. When I travel and the time zone on my phone changes, Circa changes the working hours of all of the time zones in the app. This is the exact opposite of what I want. I want to set the working hours of a region in the time zone of that region. That means they should not be re calculated when my time zone changes (eg. 8am in San Francisco is always the start of the work day in San Francisco regardless of what part of the world I’m in). I think this is just a bug in the software. 2. The current location display name is incorrect. When I’m in Moscow I want it to say “Moscow” not “Dorogomilovo”. Whatever I would type in the search box to add my current location to the app should be the name that the “current location” feature displays. This like nails on a chalk board to me. For an app that is so design and ux focused I’m completely amazed at the lack of attention to detail here. 3. For the “current location” feature, the working hours should remain relative to the time zone I’m in (eg. if I start working at 8am when I’m in Moscow, I start working at 8am when I’m in San Francisco). 4. The watch face is an hour fast. If I say the working hours in San Francisco start at 8am. The watch face starts at 7am. This issue appears to be a bug Features I would like to see that might make this app a viable business for you rather than just a shiny design toy: 1. To start, let me share the time zones that I’ve set up with my team. We all work remote. We all need to know when we’re working. (You want to do something like this for the network effect anyway: now I have a real business reason to tell people I work with about the app, and maybe even buy it for them) 2. Show me a breakdown by team member, not time zone. Why not make my “current location” just represent my working hours / profile. As my team members setup Circa, i can see their working hours and profile information and they can see mine. (This would be the foundation of a “Slack” like network effect for you. See #1) 3. This builds off of #2. Let me create calendar events and invite different team members based on our overlapping hours. 4. Building off of #3. Adding “clients” to this list could be a good way of figuring out meeting times for specific client given the team members locations 5. This builds off #4. Let me group team members and clients together. Maybe I can create a watch face of all the team member and clients relevant to one project. And create and manage events for them on the group level. 6. Maybe let me see my events for the day and then whose attending. It might be nice if you eventually built this out into a full calendar interface. 7. Charge Saas for this. I’d pay it. Remote teams need something like what I’m describing.
  • Exactly What You Are Looking For

    By Tjiva
    Tired of standard international clock apps? Anyone can tell me what time it is NOW, but what time WILL it be there, when I’m available for that meeting here? And vice-verse. Clean, informative, graphic interface. Does exactly what I want. Drag the time hand and see what time it will be everywhere that you care about. Perfect for setting up international meetings. My only two quibbles: - A toggle between standard and military time. - An option to assign my own color choices. But, again, quibbles. Still gets the 5 star for functionality and execution. Worth the price of admission!
  • Crashes

    By Niskayuna500$$ instructions... dumb
  • Circa

    By No complaining
    Nice graphic showing time overlap. But not much for the money
  • Watch app

    By chuchu626
    Needs Watch app