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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Hartsblade, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. Hartsblade

    Hartsblade Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hey guys I did a quick search in the forums, but didn't find this app mentioned, so I appologize if this this is old news...

    I use my Inc as my alarm clock since I got it back in June, but I hadn't really looked for a new alarm clock app until last night. The one I ended up downloading is "Good Morning" by Flywheel. It's pretty cool because you can set ringtones/songs to wake up to as well as annoucing the time, weather and a personalized messsage/reminder that it will read to you as you wake up. So far it seems pretty flexible and it's free. There is a paid key that will add Google calender entries.

    You can find it on both the market and on appbrain.

    Good Morning - Android app on AppBrain

  2. secretLOVER

    secretLOVER Android Enthusiast

    Thanks. Can't choose days!?
  3. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert

    I use Gentle Alarm , I love it and it actually makes me a more plesent person in the early mornings
  4. BzB

    BzB Android Enthusiast

    i use mine as a bedside clock and alarm. all the third party clock apps i tried like to keep the 4 buttons lit up which is too bright and annoying, so i just stick with the stock clock.
  5. dsolis

    dsolis Member

    This is the only thing keeping me from getting it, who wants to remember to disable the alarm on a Friday/Saturday night after binge drinking!? Not I.
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  6. Rdjr74

    Rdjr74 Android Enthusiast

    Alarm Klock- Nice big snooze button in the middle of the screen. I recommend trying several to see what suites you best. This is the best I've come across. Very customizable.
  7. MathewS81

    MathewS81 Android Enthusiast

    I use Math Alarm Clock. It makes you solve math problems before snoozing or dismissing the alarm. It gets your brain thinking so you don't fall back asleep.
  8. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert

    Checking it out, that sounds pretty good . My brain needs a workout at 5am
  9. Hartsblade

    Hartsblade Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Yup that is one feature it is missing, but I noticed in the feedback there were alot of requests to add the feature so myabe they update soon. Looks like there are a number of requests for mltiple alarms too.
  10. Hartsblade

    Hartsblade Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I use mine as a bedside clock too. I just use the "night" feature on the stock clock also.
  11. waynester

    waynester Android Enthusiast

    best one I've found is my lg Dare
    though I am looking for another one for dinc
  12. AHanks12

    AHanks12 Well-Known Member

    I like bedside.
  13. Thanks for the tip!

    I have been thinking about using a third-party app for my alarms, and this one does sound very cool. What I've done so far is copy (actually, I create them again manually, without their existing file content) the media folder structure which the HTC clock widget accesses in the hidden /system folder (you can see this through Astro and ES File Explorer, but there's no write access). This enables alarms to be set with mp3's, which you copy to the sdcard/media/audio/alarms folder, but when you copy the files from your music folder, you then create storage-wasting duplicates of your music tracks (I tried to use shortcuts instead, but Android ignored them)! This is why I'm wondering, can the third-party apps actually eliminate the duplication?
  14. mozetti

    mozetti Member

    I've been using Gentle Alarm, too. But I haven't noticed a whole lot of activity from the dev lately. I'm checking out 2 more that seem to be more active:

    Alarm Klock

    Alarm Clock PlusV2
  15. Stupifier

    Stupifier Android Enthusiast

    Kaloer clock is extremely customizable. Can customize fade in time for your custom ringtone/song. Automatically make it so you wont be bothered while sleeping except by your alarm or special contacts you set. It can speak shit like the others do too. Multiple color skins for the desk clock. Good shit
  16. AHanks12

    AHanks12 Well-Known Member

    I was a big Kaloer fan until the last update and it started force closing all the time. Bedside has all the same features that Kaloer does. Even though the fonts can be "customized" I still like the font of the stock alarm clock the best. The digital numbers look more authentic IMO.
  17. appleaj

    appleaj Android Enthusiast

    I use Alarm Clock Plus as well, doing a math problem is a pretty good way to wake yourself up. I like V1 better, it gave me more options for the alarm sound (I tried V2).
  18. Bug Splat

    Bug Splat Android Enthusiast

    I use Alarm Klock. has been 100% reliable and it slowly and softly get louder so it doesn't make me jump out of bed.

    Having to do a math problem at 6am sounds like the worst kind of torture I could imagine. I'm so not a morning person and neither is my wife. If I had to do a math problem before it would shut off my wife would kill me. Even with coffee I'm not awake until like 10am.
  19. fearmyaxe

    fearmyaxe Newbie

    I use mine as an alarm clock like I do with all my phones. I just need something basic, so I haven't searched for any apps.

    Heh :eek:...Ended up late for work though the first morning after I used it...because idiot me didn't think to add the clock to the ignore list on my Task Manager which is set to set kill all running apps when the screen goes to sleep.

    Just thought I'd throw that out there for anyone else who happens to be new to Android as well. ;) I learned the hard way.
  20. ChiTownJim

    ChiTownJim Android Expert

    haha it's funny I was thinking the same thing, and BAM the dev sends out a pretty cool update including the biggest thing a way for the buttons not to be lit when used as a desk clock.

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