Alarm Clock Pro

Version: 9.2.4 || Release Date: 2009-12-02 || License: Commercial with demo ($19.95) Developer: Koingo Software | App Owner: kegsofduff

Let your computer wake you.

Waking up to headache-inducing buzzers and static-plagued radio stations can now be confined to your past. Alarm Clock Pro enables you to design your daily routine and perform various tasks automatically, such as starting your favorite iTunes playlist!

With the sheer amount of functionality Alarm Clock Pro offers, it can easily integrate into nearly every aspect of your life. Speak or display favorite inspirational quotes randomly throughout the day, or even send them as text messages to your cell phone! Have important reminders, or even birthday cards, e-mailed to contacts. Record laps with the Stopwatch. Track time differences for your investment portfolio. Even use it to help cook dinner by using the timer!

In addition to Alarm Clock Pro's extensive list of programmable tasks, it also offers flexibility when it comes to timing alarms. Many solutions offer the ability to set alarms based on a specific date. However, Alarm Clock Pro can also initiate alarms based on a recurring monthly, weekly, daily, hourly, or even minutely schedule! Even start a countdown timer based on a specific time interval.

For both Mac OS X and Windows for the price of a single license, Alarm Clock Pro is one of the only affordable universal solutions for your needs. Download the free fully functional fifteen-day trial today, and judge for yourself.

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3 Opinions

I refute my previous post. This update is free.

But I'd prefer to pay for a product and to get it (no previous versions with updates)

I filled standard form for Alarm Clock Pro (version 9!). And after payment ($19.95) get license for 7-8 version of app. It's very annoying. I wrote email to support and get answer:
Version 9 is a paid upgrade. Please see our press release:

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Koingo Software Support

I feel angry!!!

This app based on REALBasic, and thus runs very slow.