Smart ??????

@dfollin (12080)
United States
March 30, 2017 10:17pm CST
I have a so-called "smart" phone". But my cousin is in Israel and I was trying to find the time difference there. I went to look it up on this "smart" phone and I could not find her place. I was kind of in a hurry then so I did not take more time to research it more. However tonight a myLot friend in India told me Good Morning and it is 11:00 PM here. So I was thinking wonder what time it is there. I typed it into my World Clock her city and country. It did not come up. I researched it more and found that it only gave me cities and states in this country ,USA and a few in Canada. Ummmmmm, so how is that a WORLD clock?
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@RubyHawk (18917)
• Atlanta, Georgia
31 Mar
I don't know anything about the world clock. Maybe someone else does.
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@dfollin (12080)
• United States
31 Mar
Thanks Ruby!
@youless (84745)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Mar
Perhaps you have to download a better world clock app
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@dfollin (12080)
• United States
31 Mar
I downloaded one and it did the same.
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@youless (84745)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Mar
@dfollin How strange it is!
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@dfollin (12080)
• United States
31 Mar
@youless Yes it is very strange. I am wondering are they all that way?
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@Courtlynn (37652)
• United States
31 Mar
Doesnt seem like a smartphone or a world clock to me lol... Just checked it and right now it says its 634 am there.
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@dfollin (12080)
• United States
31 Mar
In Israel?
@Courtlynn (37652)
• United States
31 Mar
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@LoriAMoore (12624)
• United States
31 Mar
Um, maybe it's a setting because on my Android phone the world clock is anywhere in the world and all time zones
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@dfollin (12080)
• United States
31 Mar
Mine phone is an Android also. I just got done checking the settings and found nothing for the World Clock just for the time clock and alarm clock.
@JudyEv (90254)
• Bunbury, Australia
31 Mar
Maybe your phone thinks the US is the world!