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  1. protolocke

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    Hi, I'm looking for an alarm clock app that allows me to press the snooze button multiple times in a row. For example, if snooze is 10 minutes, then pressing it 4 times will allow me to snooze for 40 minutes (instead of being woken up 4 times). Unfortunately the only app I can find that does this is an iPhone app called multisnooze.

    Any android app out there which has this functionality?

    Thanks in advance

    P.S Failing that, anyone know any physical alarm clocks that can do this? I wouldn't mind buying one
     

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    I use Alarm Clock Plus. you can set how many snoozes are allowed and also multiple alarms.
     
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    I use T-Alarm, for me the best as it does also allow you to change once the alarm time and the returns back to your preset alarm time, very handy,
     
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    +1 for Alarm Clock Plus
     
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    Over there <points>
    I use Alarm Droid
     
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    Currently, the MultiSnooze app is only available for iPhone. It is a cool app that allows you to do what you want, hit the snooze button multiple and then receive an uninterrupted block of sleep. The site mentions Android. May be coming. Good Luck. App Store | MultiSnooze App Store

     
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    +1 for Alarm Clock Xtreme
     
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    Giving another +1 for Alarm Clock Xtreme
     
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    I don't think Alarm Clock Extreme does what you want it to but I have in the past just used voice controls in order set a new alarm quickly.

    By the way Alarm Clock Extreme Pro is available for free at GetJar.com.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions, but none of those apps have the exact functionality I'm looking for. I need something that will 'stack' snoozes, so that 10 mins are added to the snooze time each time I press the snooze button.
     
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    AlarmDroid does. I use it's multi snooze all the time. Check the advanced settings once you set up an alarm.
     
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    You really don't want to get up, do you!?
     
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    LOL!!!!! This^^^^
     

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