How Google Adds a Time Zone Converter?
You can use Google to quickly convert a time zone to another time. It can also show the current date and time in a specified time zone.
This was often the requested feature which was finally available. Now you can use Google Search to quickly adjust time zone conversions within your desktop browser or across various Google apps for mobile devices.
Time conversion command can be written in simple English and you can specify the time zone in short (like PDT) or its name (like Pacific Daylight). Alternatively, you can also specify the location name instead of the time zone, and Google will solve it for you.
Here are some examples.
- Central at 10 a.m.
- Change PDT to AS at 4 o’clock
- New York at 6:30 pm
- If it is at 2 o’clock in New York, then how much time is it in London
- 5 hours turn greenwich in mean time Eastern Time
In addition to time zone conversion, you can use Google to set the current time in any city. You can also enter the name of the time zone in the search field and it will show you the current date and time in that area.
Google is clearly not the first here, Ductkogo and Wolfram Alpha have long offered underlying time zone converters, but never better than late. And this feature will not be obviously good news for sites like timeanddate.com or worldtimebuddy.com because Google users will no longer be interested in clicking on search results when available on search results.