Script Software has released
3.0, an upgraded version of their clock replacement for the one Apple includes in Mac OS X’s menu bar. iClock 3.0 costs $20; it’s a free upgrade for registered users.
iClock does more than just tell you what the time and date is — it lets you access multiple time zones, customize your calendar, add alarms, use a stopwatch, keep track of stock prices and more.
The new 3.0 release features the ability to differentiate whether a running application on an Intel-based Mac is operating as a Universal Binary or in Rosetta. Many other enhancements have been made as well, including changes to the floating clocks option, changed tooltips, updated localization, added options, fixed bugs and much more. A complete list of changes in the new release has been posted to the iClock Web site.