Alarm Clock Pro
Alarm Clock Pro
12.1.2

3.8

Alarm Clock Pro free download for Mac

Alarm Clock Pro

12.1.2
21 March 2020

Multi-featured alarm clock system.

Overview

Alarm Clock Pro isn't just an ordinary alarm clock. Use it to wake you up in the morning, send and compose e-mails, remind you of appointments, randomize the iTunes selection, control an internet radio station, and even time your baking!

Wake up to the serenity of your musical selection. Put to rest the goofy retro beeps and buzzing of a bedside alarm clock or cell phone. Use Alarm Clock Pro when waking up, as a reminder to take medications, or keep social appointments. At work, schedule follow up appointments with clients, set break reminders, run the office radio, set project timers, or discreetly monitor employee workspaces.

Features
  • iTunes Enhanced - Connect directly with iTunes to play a specific playlist or the entire library! Shuffle or play songs in sequence.
  • On-Screen Notifications - Display passive onscreen notifications that serve as great reminders!
  • Built-in Jingles - Select from one of numerous professionally designed custom ringtones, or import an alternative!
  • Stopwatches and Timers - Kitchen-style timers as well as an unlimited number of stop watches.
  • Web Radio Ready - Stream music live from a favourite web radio station for the freshest music selection every day!
  • Wake from Sleep - Never have to leave your computer on! Automatically wakes your Mac from sleep or turns it on as needed.

Note: Please note that the displayed price is of a lifetime purchase. Additional pricing info available here

What's new in Alarm Clock Pro

Version 12.1.2:
  • Fixed sorting of world time zones in drop down menu in World Clock to correctly sort by GMT offset.

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nobody2011
02 October 2019

Most helpful

It seems, that 99% of the ratings are spam-ratings to push the app on the top
Like (3)
Version 12.0
DragonMaster
18 March 2020
Ugly, really ugly. I know that should not be a big deal but it was so ugly and primitive looking I had to get rid of it. What can I say?
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Version 12.1.1
Edac2
06 March 2020
How hard would it be for Apple to add basic functionality to the menu bar clock? Both iOS and watchOS have timers and stopwatches, so why not macOS.
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Version 12.1.1
nobody2011
02 October 2019
It seems, that 99% of the ratings are spam-ratings to push the app on the top
Like (3)
Version 12.0
Dana-Sutton
22 May 2018
A paid upgrade to a .01 version??? Right there that tells me I don't want to get involved with this product.
Like (2)
Version 11.0.1
Big Johnson
20 May 2018
Major Bloatware reporting for duty, Sir!

It’s nice that it offers more alarm options (streaming) than Awaken (at twice the price), but it does TOO much and you’re paying for many functions you’ll never use and would never expect to find in an alarm clock.

An alarm clock is supposed to be a clock with alarms.
It’s fine if it also includes reminders or other functions that are closely related to its primary purpose (stream music for alarms etc).

But it should not do all this:
"Routinely take screenshots or web cam shots and have them
e-mailed to yourself, ping web pages, launch URLs, open files, erase folders, execute shell commands, and perform a variety of other tasks."

It’s trying to do far too many completely unrelated tasks. Might as well rename it the "Wanna Do-It-All Thingy with Alarms."

There’s no logical reason for the menu to include shortcuts to all other installed Koingo software. What makes them think that when I’m using their alarm clock, that I might need to quickly open a wifi signal locator, display resolution controller, property cataloging app or any of their other software? I don’t.

There’s also no reason for there to be a separate menu item just to view the license details - it’s visual clutter and a complete waste of space!

And a subscription service? For a $20 app that’s often available for half price? You gotta be kidding me, Koingo! Greedy much?
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Version 11.0
Big Johnson
16 May 2018
Can anyone explain why the icon appears to be a gyroscope?
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Version 11.0
1 answer(s)
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
20 May 2018
Evidently it’s to illustrate that users may become disoriented when they discover all the garbage this app does that have nothing to do with an alarm clock.

If you want a great alarm clock that’s strictly an alarm clock (and is only $10), I recommend Awaken. https://goo.gl/rmZNhy
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BuffaloJohn
10 August 2017
This app is awful because they cripple the most important feature for me and then ignore support emails. I was given a license to this app but have purchased other Koingo software. My support emails have gone unanswered for weeks. The referenced crippled feature is text message alerts. The app allows me to set this up but the developer cripples this feature. All the user gets is an error message stating I have passed my quota of text messages (which is supposedly 10 per day). It does not allow me to even send 1 per day. The developer asked to have me send a copy of my drivers license to increase the 10 per day limit. In these time of identity theft I do not send my personal information like this. All I want is the 10 per day limit. Support doesn't get worse than completely ignoring your customer. I am all done with Koingo. I am switching to Onyx and TinkerTool System from MacPilot. Software that does not work along with zero customer service equals .5 stars. That is even being generous.
Like (3)
Version 10.2.8
waryuser
17 April 2017
Jesus, MacUpdate. I can't download this without you shoving your malware down my throat. wtf. Why is there no direct download option?
Like (2)
Version 10.2.8
1 answer(s)
Mikael-B
Mikael-B
03 January 2018
Are you sure you're logged in to macupdate?
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cig0
11 April 2017
Stay away from this crap and these scammers!

My extremely low rating is due to the fact of the following things:
- When I originally bought this software I was billed a recurring anual subscription without asking me first!
- The applications uses constantly an average of 3~5% CPU on an rMBP 13" 2.9Ghz Early 2015;
- The support was close to non-existant, I guess that they decided to reply to end the constant flow of my complain emails and tickets (yes, I had to spam these faceless thieves in order to have an answer).

I of course ended up returning this crap and as you see screaming to whoever wants to listen my beware message about Koingo.
Who would say that a nice country as Canada had such stone faced jerks!?
Like (3)
Version 10.2.8
1 answer(s)
Koingo Software, Inc.
Koingo Software, Inc.
11 April 2017
1) During checkout on koingosw.com you are prompted to choose either Pay as you Go or subscription. You have apparently chosen the wrong one and forgotten. It has ALWAYS been designed like this. You can cancel at any time. There is no penalty. See our FAQ.

2) Yes, this is correct. It's an incredibly powerful app with a ton of features which require constantly monitoring the OS. 3% of CPU is almost nothing. But, we are always trying to reduce energy footprint.

3) Support is answered within 24-hours, and if not, within 72 hours.Likely you missed the e-mail with the reply to your ticket. You can always login to your customer account to view existing tickets and see our replies. As it stands, awe have ZERO pending support tickets in our system that are requiring our reply. If you are using forums like this one to request support, that could be why. Please use the contact form on our web site for contacting us directly.
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monty-3
13 March 2016
After all the difficulties as previously discussed (Arise), the current version 10.2.3 is proving to be reliable. There is one problem I have had, and my lower rating is due to the fact that you can get no support at all. I have two support tickets open. The first is over a month old asking a very simple question. The second is two weeks old and just asks how long before anyone response. Neither have ever been addressed.
Like (3)
Version 10.2.3