This project makes it possible to check whether the device is using 12 or 24 hour time.
- Android API 16+ (4.1+, the minimum version supported by Flutter).
- iOS 8.0+ (the minimum version supported by Flutter).
There is only one getter which is static and can be called anywhere.
//returns bool indicative of whether the device is using 24-hour time format await Respect24Hour.get24HourFormat;
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