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INTRODUCTORY PRICE! Mornings is a clock and calendar you always wanted to have on your Mac -- SIX APPS IN ONE, including a beautiful, easy-to-use alarm clock. Wake up to an iTunes playlist or one of many built-in sounds -- the sound will "fade in" and you can even snooze using an Apple remote control. No more rough mornings and waking up to the buzzer!

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SIX-APPS-IN-ONE: Alarm clock, countdown timer, music timer with relaxing sounds, world clock, calendar, resizable clock.
EASILY ACCESS all features from a menu on top of your screen.

* WAKE UP TO YOUR iTunes MUSIC: Music in the list will play when the alarm goes off, playlist will shuffle.
* REPEATING ALARMS: Set alarms to occur once, or repeat daily or on some days of weeks.
* RINGERS: Cow moo, several ringers, "System Activated" voice, a buzzer, a rooster (perfect for mornings), and more! In all, 35 original, professionally recorded sounds are included!
* IMPORT YOUR OWN SOUNDS: If you have MP3 or WAV files on your computer, you can use them too.
* GENTLER WAKE-UP: Sound fades in when the alarm rings

Countdown timer
* REMIND ME: turn off the stove in five minutes? Finish the exercise in ten? No problem, set the timer and let it remind you when the time is elapsed.

Relaxing music timer
* SLEEP, MEDITATION, OR WORKOUT -- many sounds included, as well, as of course, the ability to use your iTunes music.
* Set up a timer, hit play, and relax!
* Sound can fade in or fade out

World clock
* HUNDREDS of cities world-wide
* DAYLIGHT INDICATOR: Is it daytime there? Using astronomical data, actually indicates daylight/nighttime for each city.

* Easily see all months in a year without having to click.

Multiple themes to display the time, each with color choices!
* CLASSIC LCD: just like the clock next to your bed: in red, calculator "black/gray", and multiple vibrant colors (strawberry, bluish, green, sunrise!).
* MODERN: elegant text with a subtle shadow, with a variety of colors.
Two animated themes:
* ANIMATED themes: Time "fireworks" and "Spacetime"
* ALL THEMES support 24 hour or 12 hour time
* Full-screen and night mode for easily viewing the clock at night!
* Don't want the clock? No problem, just close the window, and a popup will alert you when the alarm rings.

Multiple alarms, each with unique sound
* SAVE MULTIPLE ALARMS. Turn on one or more each evening. For example, you can set an alarm to go off at 9AM and another at 11AM, if you and your spouse have to wake up at different times.
* SNOOZE with a big snooze button, with the keyboard, or even with your Apple remote.
* NEXT ALARM TIME displayed on home screen

* REMOTE: Have an Apple remote? Snooze the alarm: Center button. Turn off the alarm: Left, then right buttons.
IMPORTANT: To enable the remote control, first open your Mac's "Security" panel in "System Preferences". Make sure "Disable remote control infrared receiver" is not checked. If you have any questions about this, please e-mail us at
* KEYBOARD: Use your keyboard to snooze or turn off the alarm

* MAKES SURE the computer doesn't go to "sleep" if the alarm is on. Of course, you can still turn off the display.
* AUTO START WITH MAC: Can auto start when your computer starts.
* ALWAYS ON TOP: Can always appear above other windows so you can use it as a clock.

Macbook users: please note the alarm will only work if the lid is open. This is a limitation of what Mac OS allows apps to do.

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What's New in Version 2.0

Best update so far -- MANY new features! New countdown timer mode, relaxing sleep music timer, world clock, and calendar, all accessible from the menu on top of your screen. Also: adjustable snooze time, full-screen and resizable clock window, keyboard shortcuts,


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Customer Reviews

Extremely useful and attractive

Wonderfully useful and nicely designed, with many different functions, all easy to implement. Unlike many timer apps, this one allows you to customize the sounds, and includes a wide selection of sounds ranging from soothing to alert. My one suggestion: the app includes a keyboard shortcut for stopping the timer. Unfortunately this shortcut is the spacebar. If the task you are timing involves typing, this means you automatically turn off the timer almost before you notice that it has gone off. As far as I can tell this shortcut is not changeable, either within the program or in the OSX System Preferences panel for the keyboard. For writing tasks, then, the timer's usefulness is somewhat compromised. On the other hand there are many, many positives; the amount of time left on the timer displays in an unobtrusive but very useful little pie-chart in the menu bar. Overall, this is the most flexible, useful, and attractive of all the timer applications I have tried.

Why such pointless limits?

These limits, limit my rating:
- Timer only goes up to 23 hours. This doesn’t help people with special activities or gamers that need timers to go beyond 23 hours. What made you think that 23 was enough? I need a minimum of 72 hours.
- The Alarm page has an overview of what Alarms will be coming up next, yet not the timer and the calendar. These overviews, in addition, should be combined on a page. The calendar is pretty much useless in that it provides no insight at all about what will be going on in a day. The calendar doesn’t show anything at all. It’s just there for vanity. I mean really, why is it even there?
- Instead of putting a bunch of available alarms and timers on the respective pages, how about allowing the user to add (+) and minus (-) alarms and timers as needed. I don’t need a fixed amount, I need a limitless amount. The amount of timers and alarms seem abundant, but users can either a) get tired of seeing all of them or b) run out of timers allocated
- How about voice options added to alarms and timers? You know that these kind of options are built into Mac’s API. Please use it.
- Oh, and since we are talking about the Morning, how about the weather? Yes, some voice and some weather along with whatever music I’m playing.

Version 2 has me blown away

The old version of this app got the job done with some modicum of style, but it was for me merely a utility. This new version, though. Woah. The skill and artistry that the developer has brought to bear is incredible. Mornings 2's new interface is vastly superior, with an improved workflow and a refined, if somewhat showy, new look. The new relaxing sounds feature for uneasy sleepers is probably the greatest new feature, but the new reminders feature will make my daily work easier too.

The only improvement I could ask for would be for the Mornings menu item to offer a clock to replace OS X's built-in timepiece. I'd love to be able to just click on my clock and get a calendar.

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  • $0.99
  • Category: Productivity
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  • Version: 2.0
  • Size: 15.9 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor

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