Recommended Alarm Clock App?

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  1. pepsiaddict

    pepsiaddict New Member

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    Recommended Alarm Clock App?

    Can anyone recommend a good alarm clock application for the Q9h?

    At the most basic level I am looking to emulate the alarm functionality I had in my Moto V3xx (several daily alarms that I manually turned on and off as needed). Anything above that is gravy.

    I like the default sound from the built-in alarm, but only having one alarm is too limiting (not to mention how buried it is in menus to enable the alarm).

    Thanks in advance.
  2. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    doesnt ct have an alarm app?
    ct alarm

    connectivetools.com (i think)

    -Sent from my Q9c
  3. TreeFrog

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    never tried ct...but i think they have a freebie and a pay app. heard its good!

    I had gentimer for a bit...ok...then went with fizz alarms! Fizz is great!
  4. Prosper

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    Using CTAlarmClock. Very reliable, good support, cheap. Not having any problems with it.
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    rudeboy New Member

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    CT Alarm Master Pro is good also.. set/create & sync via pc.

    potQ9c
  6. jmaynard1986

    jmaynard1986 New Member

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    I am using the free version of CT. I personally only have a need for 1 alarm most days. For days I need more I generally use the calendar.

    *ON Q*
  7. I use both CT alarm (paid) and Alarm Master Pro.
    Ct really provides great support and their prices are good.
  8. twelvetreeez

    twelvetreeez New Member

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    Need your help

    Scott, this is off topic to this specific app. Erase it afterwards if need be. If I have an application that consists only of a setup XML, and several "R0" files (R01,R02 etc) in a single folder,where do I install them?
  9. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    sounds like you unzipped a cab file
  10. hello

    hello New Member

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    Chronos alarm
  11. magicman08

    magicman08 New Member

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    i am personally a slave to rivia gentimer....love it
  12. Icer Mize

    Icer Mize New Member

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    I second the vote for Gentimer, it's inexpensive, loaded with features and alarmingly easy to use.
    :thumbup:
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  14. PhL0aTeR

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    is fizz a free app?

    NM, its like $15
  15. braj

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    I'm really disappointed with Fizz. It has a nasty bug where it causes unwanted key presses when a timer is running in the background, and even thought it is a new app with a slickish interface, you can't do simple things like have an active counter and go anywhere else in the app. That's a bit weird. And the price is pretty high. I wish there was a 'Palmary Clock' for WM, that would have been pretty ideal.
  16. Carvin

    Carvin New Member

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    I'm a former Blackjack user, and I found the standard alarm application (which I assumed was a WM application) on the BJ was great. It was very very similar to the one on my Q, but it had about 10 different alarms (instead of 2), you could rename them, simply turn them on or off as opposed to "off", "weekends", "weekdays", "everyday"...

    I have yet to find a freebie alarm that isnt a piece of poo. They either display weird, dont turn on unless the alarm app is open on the screen, or plays the MP3 all funky.

    You get what you pay for I guess. Looks like I'm going to have to stop being cheap bastard... for a short time at least...
  17. PhL0aTeR

    PhL0aTeR New Member

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    unfortunately im in the same boat..... lol

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