|Noon for me on today at my location in Northern Europe. The diagram shows the position of the sun in the sky relative to my horizon. You can also see how the sun has reached the largest angle relative to the ecliptic.|
I use Sunrise Sunset for Android. This app automatically detects your location, although you can manually select a city from one of many. It tells you the sunrise and sunset times for your location, including Astronomical, Nautical, Civil and 'Official' times (presumably info you will need depending on whether you are an astronomer or a pirate).
The 3D view lets you see the position of the Sun relative to the Earth for your location as a 3D globe which can be rotated to get the best view. It is this that you can see in the image above.
Also included are the rise and set times for planets and the moon which would be of use to all amateur astronomers.
The adverts can be a little obtrusive at times, but it only costs £1.18 for the version without them.