ClearTime, is an integrated desktop clock and alarm system that stands out. Both the clock and the alarms are fully configurable to be as unobtrusive or as obnoxious as possible.
ClearTime's clock can be configured to be a desktop clock using a clear background that allows you to "click through" to icons underneath it as if the clock wasn't even on the desktop. In "standard" mode, it can be configured to behave as a standard windowed application with a title bar and regular controls. Finally, it can be configured to use no title bar whatsoever but with an attractive looking window with rounded corners. The clock can also be configured to use any size from a tiny little clock that sits on the desktop to something that can occupy nearly the entire screen. The choice is yours!
ClearTime's alarms are unique and separate, deliberately so, from any of the other notifications or alarm applications currently available on the Mac. The alarms can be configured to be silent, play one of ClearTime's two built in sounds, which we call "Alarm" and "Red Alert," or you can configure the alarm to play music, voice recordings, or just be silent. The alarms can be configured to be small (about the size of a standard notification), medium, or large, with the message taking up nearly the full length of the screen. The alarm messages don't just disappear or leave some tiny notification in the corner of the screen, they won't go away until you dismiss them and they're in the center of the screen.
The ClearTime clock features the following:
The ClearTime alarm system allows you to do the following:
This is for a demo version of ClearTime for Mac OS X. The demo version will run for 60 minutes (one hour) and then terminate. A user may re-run it as many times as possible. The commercial version doesn't have this limitation and can run uninterrupted as long as your system is up and running.
Updated on Mar 26 2020