You need that new record you ordered. You need it now, not in a day, or the two days it might take it to arrive if you use Amazon's base Prime shipping. If you're in Manhattan, you're in luck. With Amazon Prime Now, you can get stuff delivered straight to your door in an hour or less. Good for plenty of everyday products like paper towels, toys, headphones, Kindles (of course), books, and batteries, this new service is available from 6 a.m. to midnight, and offers free two-hour delivery for existing Prime members, with an extra $8 charge for one-hour service. While it's limited to select areas of NYC for now, Amazon says it will be "coming soon to a city near you".
Setting the time on your watch is simple enough — after all, your phone is probably showing a pretty close approximation right now. But if your timepiece demands more accuracy or features than your phone offers by default, take a look at Watchville. Designed as a must-download for watch aficionados, this handy app offers a number of time-focused tools, including an atomic clock, a leap year indicator, UTC time, and moon-phase setting tools. In addition, it shows aggregated news from a number of watch blogs, so if you're really into timepiece collecting, it'll keep you up to speed.