Zulu Time Frequently Asked Questions
How do I install the Zulu Time Complication on my Apple Watch?
Once Zulu Time is installed on your main device (iPhone or iPad) and that device is synched with your Apple Watch, the Zulu Time complication will appear as an option when you go to customize your watch face.
How do I add Zulu Time as a Widget on my Home Screen?
Long press anywhere on your home screen to activate the home screen edit mode. (Icons will jiggle). Now, tap the "+" in the top left corner of your screen and select Zulu Time in the list of available Widgets. You can now choose one of the Zulu Time Widgets to add to your Home Screen.
How do I convert between Zulu Time and my current local time zone?
Zulu Time has a built-in time converter tool. You can reach it by tapping the icon in the top right of your screen on the iPhone or iPad. From there, you can select to go from or to Zulu Time and select the time you wish to convert. You can go in either direction -- either converting Zulu Time to Local Time, or vice versa.
How does the Mission/Event Timer work?
The Mission/Event timer is built into both the Apple Watch version and the iPhone/iPad version of Zulu Time. It's designed to make it easy to track time to or from a set Zulu Time and Date. Once you set the Zulu Time and Date you wish to track, Zulu Time will count down to that time T or up from T if it has already passed. Think of it as the countdown clock used at rocket launches, which in fact was the original purpose. It is very useful for things like tracking your clearance void time on an IFR clearance, or a rendez-vouz time in a tactical context.
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