I'm getting a Fitbit Flex soon and am planning to use its silent alarm feature so my partner can keep snoozing undisturbed while I rise and shine. I'd still like to have a noisy alarm as a backup just in case, though. Is there an Android app available that can do either of the following things:
1) notices that I'm already up (via the motion sensor, or unlocking the screen) and will skip any upcoming alarms or
2) has a really quick way to skip the next alarm (say, from the notification bar or a widget on the home screen) - if I have to open the app I'm likely to forget.
I believe KitKat has feature #2 in the stock clock, but my S3 Mini is still on version 4.1.2 and I'm not sure if/when an update will be coming.
posted by Skybly
on Feb 18, 2014 -
I'm looking for an iPhone alarm app that will wake me up a specific amount of time after I enable it (8 hours in my case) and
has a snooze function. The timer function of iOS is not suitable (no snooze). The alarm clocks apps I have tried are not suitable as they require you to choose a time (e.g. 8am) not a duration (e.g. 8 hours), and those that do display the duration (e.g. Rise), don't display it until you enable the alarm. [more inside]
posted by caek
on Jan 14, 2014 -
I'm looking for an iOS (iPod Touch) app that will allow me to set up a whole lot of alarms like this: At 9:00 AM every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, make a noise and pop up a notice that says, "Go to Gym." [more inside]
posted by BrashTech
on Aug 4, 2012 -
I need a program that will randomly pick a time to sound an alarm without my knowing in advance. It needs to be available for Mac or iPhone -- or failing that, a physical device that I can keep around would work too. [more inside]
posted by Nattie
on Mar 1, 2011 -
Free/cheap iPhone 3G app that lets you set an audio alarm for a future date and time?
posted by Joe Beese
on Jul 13, 2010 -
I am looking for an Iphone calendar application that lets me play an mp3 or select something especially noticeable for the alarm reminder, like Gilbert Gottfried yodeling or something. The existing Ical alarm is too brief and non-distinctive. Thanks for any suggestions, especially those based on your personal experience. [more inside]
posted by mecran01
on Jul 8, 2010 -