What is the Real Time now

Now what's the real time?

Use the time zone calculator to calculate the time difference between two places in the world. The time at other locations is the UTC time hour plus or minus the local time zone. Four different time zones are used in the Middle East. The time has a privileged present, only now it is real. Upload now the suitable sketch for your RTC.

Time Zone Middle East - Middle East Actual Time

Four different time zone are used in the Middle East. This time zone ranges from 2 hour long to 4 hour long and ranges from 2 hour long to 4 hour long. Tehran set its default time as GMT (UTC) +3.5hrs. Summer time is used in Iran, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territories and Syria, but each land has different start and end times. 16.4.2008 C 2.4.1.

More information about time zone in the Middle East and summer time can be found in each of the Middle East country below.

You can now split your ETA in real time on Google Maps for iOS.

The ETA Shared function from Google Maps, which allows the application to split your real-time browsing routes with your buddies, is now available on iOS. Since last year the features is available in the Android application and was implemented with the above mentioned film. It shows some concrete use cases for ETA exchange, e.g. if you are scheduling a surprising event and need to co-ordinate the arrivals of your guests.

It' also just a tidy, useful little bit if you want to know the location of your friends, a function that has long been available in other navigational applications such as Waze and Citymapper. ETA share via third-party applications such as Facebook Messenger, Line and WhatsApp, another new function of Android, is also possible.

Trip shared is available for navigation by riding, walking as well as biking and ends when you have reached your goal or after a manual time.

Now Google Slides provides automated real-time annotations for your presentation.

Recent Google in-house hair-raising has resulted in a new function for labeling G Suite slides presentations apps. Created by Google softwaresetters Laura D'Aquila and Abigail Klein, the function uses a computer's built-in mic to transcode a speaker's words in real time and make them visible to everyone.

Although this function is particularly useful for the hard of hearing person, it should also work well for some listeners whose native tongue is different from that of the presenter, or if the presenter does not project their voices sufficiently. By using the chart browsers on the desktops or laptops, the automatic subtitles can be activated easily by pressing the CC key in the slides navigator boxes.

While you are starting to talk, your words will appear at the bottom of the screen so that all viewers can see them. Automatic subtitles for slides will be introduced progressively this weekend, although they currently only work with US English. Over time, the group hopes to extend the function to other nations and nationalities.

On Monday 8 October, D'Aquila and Klein announced the new features in an article in which they point out that the picture headings are driven by computer literacy and "strongly affected by the artist's emphasis, vocal modification and intonation", and add that work to enhance the caption is continuing. "The fact that the function was designed primarily for barrier-free access, but is also useful for all endusers, shows the overall value to anyone who includes barrier-free access in his or her products," said Google developers in the message.

It is certainly a great complement to Slides, although its precision and capacity to grasp a number of stresses will of course be the keys to its succeed.

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