Version: 2.0 || Release Date: 2013-06-25 || License: Commercial with demo ($0.99) Developer: Ready Tap Go, LLC | App Owner: killcharlie

INTRODUCTORY PRICE. Mornings is a beautiful, easy-to-use alarm clock for your Mac. Wake up to an iTunes playlist or one of many built-in sounds -- the sound will "fade in" and you can even snooze using an Apple remote control. No more rough mornings and waking up to the buzzer!

QUESTIONS? E-mail us anytime: [email protected]


Many original sounds (including your own sounds and iTunes!)
WAKE UP TO YOUR iTunes MUSIC: Music in the list will play when the alarm goes off.
REPEATING ALARMS: Set alarms to occur once, or repeat daily or on some days of weeks.
RINGERS: Cow moo, several ringers, "System Activated" voice, a buzzer, a rooster (perfect for mornings), and more!
IMPORT YOUR OWN SOUNDS: If you have MP3 or WAV files on your computer, you can use them too.
GENTLER WAKE-UP: Sound fades in when the alarm rings

Multiple themes to display the time, each with color choices!
CLASSIC LCD: just like the clock next to your bed: in red, calculator "black/gray", and multiple vibrant colors (strawberry, bluish, green, sunrise!).
MODERN: elegant text with a subtle shadow, with a variety of colors.
Two animated themes:
ANIMATED: Time "fireworks"
ANIMATED: Spacetime
ALL THEMES support 24 hour or 12 hour time, based on your Mac clock settings.

Multiple alarms, each with unique sound
SAVE MULTIPLE ALARMS. Turn on one or more each evening. For example, you can set an alarm to go off at 9AM and another at 11AM, if you and your spouse have to wake up at different times.
SNOOZE with a big snooze button.
NEXT ALARM TIME displayed on home screen

REMOTE: Have an Apple remote? Snooze the alarm: Center button. Turn off the alarm: Left, then right buttons.
IMPORTANT: To enable the remote control, first open your Mac's "Security" panel in "System Preferences". Make sure "Disable remote control infrared receiver" is not checked. If you have any questions about this, please e-mail us at [email protected]

MAKES SURE the computer doesn't go to "sleep" if the alarm is on. Of course, you can still turn off the display.
SLEEP/LOCK DISPLAY: Put your display to sleep anytime with a button click. If you have a password set, this will require a password to log in -- very convenient if you're stepping away from your computer and are concerned about privacy.
AUTO START WITH MAC: Can auto start when your computer starts.
ALWAYS ON TOP: Can always appear above other windows so you can use it as a clock.

Macbook users: please note the alarm will only work if the lid is open. This is a limitation of what Mac OS allows apps to do.

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