Glynnder from our forums has released a new homebrew application for the PSP today that'll help any of you out there with relatives or friends in another time zone. PSPWorldClock has the ability to display 24 major time zones as well as having a personal message scrolling across the top right of the screen. this may not be one of the most fun, or in fact useful applications out there for the PSP, but it does have the functionality of a great application; and will be a useful addition to your homebrew arsenal. The only thing that is missing from v0.5 is the lack of DST support, which should be added in the next release. Now that we've told you whats wrong with it, here's the feature list:
* Scrollable personalisable message- just go into message.txt and change speed etc..
* Support for 24 Major Time zones
* Select enables USB
* Circle takes a screenshot
* Simple to use
* Start returns to XMB
Glynnder made this application when he was a little bored and so it isn't the most serious application out there but it will be very useful to some PSP users to check the time rather than calculating time differences yourself. If you don't like math then download this now!
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