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Wake Up Time - Alarm Clock

By Rocky Sand Studio Ltd.

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** Mac App Storm - "Wake Up Time is a Beautiful and Affordable Alarm App" **

** Customer Reviews on the Mac App Store **
"Great App!! Wakes me up all the time!" by Mattsic23
"Best alarm clock" by MarkoMitranic
"Love it (Use it every day)!" by Fido488

Wake Up Time is a handcrafted, simple to use alarm clock. It has everything you need for using an alarm clock on a daily basis.

*** Features ***
- Enjoy tons of built-in alarm sounds
- Add custom alarm sounds at your choice
- Randomize alarm sounds
- Customizable alarm snooze time
- 24-hour mode
- Fade alarm sound volume
- Realistic alarm clock that nicely displays the current time and the day of the week
- Main Switch button easily and quickly turns alarming on and off
- HUD display

Contact us at Rocky Sand Studio

What's New in Version 1.3

[important] You need to download a new Helper from our website.
[added] Wake Up Time Sounds:
- Enjoy tons of built-in alarm sounds
- Add custom alarm sounds at your choice
- Randomize alarm sounds


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Customer Reviews

Good for its function

I like how it would peep through my earphones when I have it on. I have ADHD, so I get carried away all the time. It helps letting me know when it’s time I should go for the finish or get back on the main task without everyone hearing it when I’m studying in library or other public areas. I don’t like the drawer really much. It’s kind of annoying, but I figure I should just leave it open instead of dragging it in and out all the times. I still can’t figure out how to set multiple alarms in advance yet nor am I certain whether it has that function or not. I think it doesn’t. That’s sad. I just think it’s a very basic thing. It would help me saving time going back and forth setting up new alarms every day. Also, I think the application hates me or something, it doesn’t allow me to add new sound. I could add new sound to the system configuration, but it’s not in the drawer :(
Well, I give it 4 stars until there are some changes about it.

silent alarm clock?

I downloaded this yesterday and thought I must have left my volume off… nope.
I just messed around with this app for the last 15 minutes and my computers volume is up, the volume on the app is up and still nothing.
I might be out of my mind and just missing something, but even if that is the case, usability is not a plus for me.

Seperatly, I can understand not being able to wake up a computer that’s dead, or tunrned off even; but if you’re telling me you can’t have a computer make a noise if you have a lock screen on of even if a laptop has it’s lid down, I’m not going to believe it. I used to ride my bike to school with my laptop shut and wondows media player going, rockin’ out, but sadly never had plaing cards in my spokes. To any point, if I can keep my computer making noise with the lid closed, I’m sure someone with enough tenasity could get one to start making noise with the lid closed. Hell, I bet someone could get one to turn on and stat making noise just like my coffee pot in the morning. Maybe that’s just me living in an 90’s fanticy world of technology.


An alarm clock is a pretty hard thing to mess up, and to be fair, they haven’t gone so far as to mess up the “it beeps at the time you set it to” core functionality of an alarm clock. But the interface is clunky, requiring a click and drag, rather than just a click, to bring up the pane to set the alarm (speaking of, why isn’t it always up?). It’s heavy on the skeuomorphism, and light on the substance. Want to have it set a schedule, say, weekdays at 7 am, weekends at 9? Too bad. Want to wake up to an itunes playlist? Not gonna happen. Want a clear read on whether the alarm is off or on? The button is small and goes from black to blue - red would have been much more helpful.

Obviously, this isn’t terrible stuff, as it still works, but it’s just kind of lazy. Clicking on the fullscreen icon doesn’t make the app full screen, it just takes you to the preferences, where there’s an ad for a fullscreen version. Not a thoughtfully designed app.

Wake Up Time - Alarm Clock
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  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.3
  • Size: 12.8 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor

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