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@Watch brings Internet Time to your Apple Watch!

Internet Time, originally proposed in 1998, and featured on many digital watches around the turn of the millennium, is a way of representing time as a fraction of a day. Each day is divided into 1,000 “beats,” each lasting roughly 1 minute and 26 seconds.

Internet Time also does away with time zones, so you can plan your chat with friends elsewhere on the planet without having to convert times between your respective local times.

@Watch allows you to add the current Internet Time to any watch face that supports Complications. It also includes a handy converter between Internet Time and standard time, for planning ahead.

@Watch runs entirely on your own watch, contains no advertisements, requires no account, and uses App Store analytics for crash reports only.
Jessica Stokes