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Sleepytime is a slick and functional sleep timer and alarm clock for iTunes, Spotify, Rdio, Ecoute and Pulsar. It features a gorgeous animated display showing the current song's title and artist, as well as the time that remains until the music stops and other relevant information. At last a sleep timer and alarm clock that's easy to use!

What's New

Version 2.1:
  • Added a backup alarm in case the active player doesn't play its alarm music (ex: you are using Rdio and your Internet connection is down when the alarm starts).
  • Sleepytime can now shuffle your alarm playlist temporarily to make sure you wake up to a different song every day.
  • Better support for Rdio.
  • You can now tell Sleepytime to continue playing music when you get up instead more...

Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later
  • 64-bit processor.

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Plastonick Member IconReview+0
Plastonick
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Forces my rMBP into high graphics mode, I can't use the integrated GPU with this app!

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Version 2.1
Elaineeer Member IconReview+14
Elaineeer
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Well designed app icon, very attractive, and the volume fade out really improves the sleep.

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Version 2.1
Jb4 Member IconReview+37
Jb4
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What's not to like?
Works on both ends of the spectrum.
Thanks to the developer....

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Version 1.1.2
Tzupi Member IconComment+0
Tzupi
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I simply love your app, but few days ago started to crash all the time when I try to start it.

I didn't changed anything in my system as far as I now.

Upgraded the Sleepytime to 1.1, then I could use it once, but next day it did the first crash.

I tried to reinstall it (deleting everything with Appcleaner), but no effect. Where should I send the Problem Report Log?

By the way is it possible to solve somehow to waking up the computer from sleep? Somehow combine or control the Wake on Demand function in OSX?

Cheers!

Tzupi

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Version 1.1
Irradiated Binaries (developer)
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Sorry I didn't see this message earlier (almost a year late!). I suppose the issue is gone with more recent versions of Sleepytime?

To anyone reading this, the best way to get support is to contact me through this page: http://www.irradiated.net/?page=support

Best regards,

Michaël

Hendo Member IconReview+99
Hendo
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This is a great looking app! The fact that is is free is amazing, thanks so much!

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Version 1.1
Ibeme Member IconReview+22
Ibeme
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Works like a charm and as advertised--and free to boot!

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Version 1.1
Redanzl Member IconReview+5
Redanzl
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This is what I was looking for! I have speakers in my bedroom connected to an Airport Express, which I use to to go to sleep. I was looking for a timer app where I could control iTunes to play for my specified sleep time, then stop iTunes. This app did it the way i wanted it in the easiest manner.

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Version 1.0.1
Drdul Member IconReview+448
Drdul
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Great little app! I use it to put my Mac to sleep after it's finished crunching through a lengthy task and I've already gone to bed. You can also choose to log out, shutdown or restart your Mac. Don't let the description fool you -- Sleepytime works even if iTunes isn't playing.

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Version 1.0
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Michael-Fortin
Version 2.1
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macrex18
Version 2.0
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Michael-Fortin
Version 2.0
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Dochoz
Version 1.1.1
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nazeema aslam
Version 1.1
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Details

Downloads 40,305
Version Downloads 3,323
License Commercial
Date 15 May 2012
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $4.99