iRooster
iRooster
2.5.1

4.3

iRooster free download for Mac

iRooster

2.5.1
15 January 2008

Alarm clock w/iTunes support.

Overview

iRooster is a modern, easy-to-use alarm clock for Mac OS X.

Featuring a gorgeous Aqua user interface and iTunes integration, iRooster is the best way to get up in the morning. Why suffer through radio advertisements when you can wake up to your multi-gigabyte iTunes music library? iRooster allows for a 14 day trial period.

What's new in iRooster

Version 2.5.1 adds several fantastic new features: an awesome new icon, a new alarm editor (the first time it's been completely redesigned in 4 years!), a gorgeous new clock display, and, most importantly, a removal of any dependency on iTunes. Here's what the removal of iTunes means: no more failed alarms when iTunes decides it's time to update itself, significantly lower memory requirements for iRooster, and no chance of iTunes breaking iRooster again after a version upgrade. iRooster 2.5.1 works on both Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.

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Dataq-84
07 November 2003

Most helpful

GREAT!!! Although I wish there was a way to make it gradualy increase the volume
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Version 1.0
Drbones666
12 January 2007
Honestly, don't waste your time or money with iRooster. Download Aurora. Same thing, works great, more functionality AND IT'S FREE!
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Version 2.4.1
1 answer(s)
Drbones666
Drbones666
15 January 2007
It takes a big man to admit when he's wrong AND I WAS WRONG, WRONG, WRONG! Aurora ended up screwing up my intel iMac and had to be removed. Took a while before things were working right again. Started using iRooster and it works very well. Use iRooster.
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Version 2.4.1
Attentionwandered
22 June 2006
I hate to do this but there are free programs that do that and more. (aurora is my favorite) its still a solid program though.
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Version 2.2b9
Dpmorri
23 May 2006
I use this as my daily alarm clock....so easy, simple, just does what it is supposed to do...my only request would be that it doesn't quit itunes when you stop the alarm...but, thanks for the Universal version
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Version 2.2b7
Anonymous
18 October 2005
I use a program iBeezz, its not currently being supported anymore, how every you can still download it from here, http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/10589, its free and it turns your computer on from being turned off.
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Version 2.2b4
Anonymous
08 June 2005
Exactly the type of program I was looking for! It would be nice though not to have to enter my password every time I create or delete an alarm.
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Version 2.1.1b5
Anonymous
28 April 2005
How come i have to type my password eveytime i set an alarm?? is it possible to get rid of that???
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Version 2.1.1b4
Anonymous
10 May 2004
Doesn't offer the same feature set of the free iTaf...Very dissappointing
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Version 1.1.2
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
12 September 2004
iTaf is not a so great program, but u are rigth, this is worth.
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Version 1.2b2
Aaron16
Aaron16
26 September 2004
iRooster and iTaf appeal to different groups of people. iRooster is meant to be simple and usable. I only tend to add functionality when I can figure out how to do it without sacrificing ease of use and the application's aesthetics. I don't believe this was a design goal for iTaf.
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Version 1.2b3
Anonymous
10 May 2004
It won't let you select any other date than "tomorrow"... useless if I want to take an afternoon nap!
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Version 1.1.2
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
22 September 2005
Just adjust the date to todays date when setting the alarm
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Version 2.2b2
Anonymous
23 December 2003
GREAT program! It wakes me up every morning, and is well worth the money. I hated waking up to the stupid talk shows they have in MD (every single station, I swear...), and now instead I wake up to my favorite playlist.
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Version 1.0.1b2
1 answer(s)
Daniel Krawczyk
Daniel Krawczyk
23 March 2004
everytime when the software will start, i have to fill my admin key. the application keychains doesnt fill it automatically. whats the problem with this?
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Version 1.1.1
Roy Tasker
08 December 2003
Why does it open iTunes for OS 9? Otherwise great. But I can't use it if it uses OS9
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
07 January 2004
The iTunes 2.0 thing was a bug that has been fixed in version 1.01.
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Version 1.0.1b3
$9.95

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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