Alarm Clock
Alarm Clock
1.8

4.3

Alarm Clock free download for Mac

Alarm Clock

1.8
09 February 2016

Turn your Mac into an alarm clock.

Overview

Alarm Clock turns your Mac into an alarm clock that sings pleasant tunes, a beautiful bedside clock, and a sleep timer that lulls you to sleep at night!

Features
  • Large collection of sounds: wake up to pleasant tunes
  • Nightstand mode: turn your Mac into a gorgeous bedside clock
  • White noise: fall asleep quickly and smoothly
  • Convenient application settings: get easy access to any option you need!

Alarm Clock provides the functionality of 3 indispensable apps in 1:

  • Alarm:
    • Use built-in alarm sounds
    • Add your notes to the alarm!
    • Adjust the volume of Sounds
    • Snooze option
  • Clock:
    • 12- or 24-hour time format
    • Show/Hide seconds
    • Show/Hide day of the week
    • Enable/Disable chimes
  • Sleep Timer:
    • Go to sleep to white noise
    • Adjust the volume of White noise

What's new in Alarm Clock

Version 1.8:
  • Performance improvements you won't necessarily notice but definitely enhancing your experience with the app.

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3 Alarm Clock Reviews

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bbw7
29 June 2013

Most helpful

This is a purdee good alarm clock. Allows for various clock faces and a number of alarm sounds. Works as advertised. The GUI is fairly sleek; however, initially it is a little unintuitive: the alarm can only be set via the GUI (by clicking the alarm time on the display), not via preferences. It only took about 30 seconds of frustration to learn this, but it would be nice if this were pointed out via the scant documentation. Speaking of which, there is no documentation file with the app, and the help info via the menu bar doesn't explain this either, nor does the info on the developer's webpage. I deducted one star for ease of use for what otherwise is a very simple and straightforward interface. BUT, once you figure this out, it is a very nice system. Upgrading to the paid version allows one to create more alarm sounds/feeds and to use the sleep timer function that plays music from one's iTune library. My one gripe is that the product description sort of intimates that this is one of the basic features, but I can't blame the developer for trying to reel in users of the free version first, and then enticing them with the bonuses of the paid version.
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Version 1.2.1
John-Sawyer-CJS
19 April 2019
Attempting to download from the United States results in this message instead: "This app is currently not available in your country or region."
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Version 1.8
freevito
06 August 2013
Normally I avoid applications that are distributed through The App Store. I guess it works for users who don't want to accept configuration management responsibility for their own systems, but it's an unnecessary dumbing down for the rest of us. Anyhow, I'm using the free version of Alarm Clock, and it's all I need. I especially like the fact that it plays the audio alarm through my external FireWire audio interface, something that Apimac Timer (which I otherwise liked) could not do. It could only play audio through the system audio card. It now looks like I might have a use for the ability to program multiple alarms (not a feature of the free version), so I'll probably upgrade to the paid version soon. ...er, even though it's only available through the #@$%&?! App Store.
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Version 1.2.1
bbw7
29 June 2013
This is a purdee good alarm clock. Allows for various clock faces and a number of alarm sounds. Works as advertised. The GUI is fairly sleek; however, initially it is a little unintuitive: the alarm can only be set via the GUI (by clicking the alarm time on the display), not via preferences. It only took about 30 seconds of frustration to learn this, but it would be nice if this were pointed out via the scant documentation. Speaking of which, there is no documentation file with the app, and the help info via the menu bar doesn't explain this either, nor does the info on the developer's webpage. I deducted one star for ease of use for what otherwise is a very simple and straightforward interface. BUT, once you figure this out, it is a very nice system. Upgrading to the paid version allows one to create more alarm sounds/feeds and to use the sleep timer function that plays music from one's iTune library. My one gripe is that the product description sort of intimates that this is one of the basic features, but I can't blame the developer for trying to reel in users of the free version first, and then enticing them with the bonuses of the paid version.
Like
Version 1.2.1