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Alarm Clock

Alarm Clock

Alarm Clock (formerly known as Alarm Applet) is a fully-featured open source alarm clock for your GNOME panel or equivalent.

It is a fully-featured alarm clock which resides in the notification area. It is easy to use yet powerful with support for multiple and repeatable alarms, as well as snoozing and a flexible notification system.

Two types of alarms are supported: Alarm Clocks and Timers. Notification is actioned by either playing a sound or launching an application.

 Alarm Clock 0.3.4

Price
Free to download

Size
0.3MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Johannes H. Jensen and contributors

Website
pseudoberries.com

System Requirements
glib 2.16.0 or higher
gtk 2.12.0 or higher
gconf 2 or higher
gio 2 or higher
gnome-icon-theme
gstreamer 0.10.2 or higher
libnotify 0.4.1 or higher
libxml 2.0 or higher
unique 1.0 or higher

Optional:
appindicator 0.0.7 or higher

Support:
Launchpad

Selected Reviews:
Linux Insider

Features include:

  • Easy to use
  • Add, edit and delete alarms as well as start, stop and snooze them
  • Two types of alarms: Clocks, Timers
    • Clock will go off at a specific time of day
    • Timer will ring after the specified amount of time
  • Alarm by either playing a sound, starting your favorite music player, or runa custom command
  • Notification bubble
  • Snooze facility with a global snooze settings, and snooze for timers
  • Supports multiple alarms as well as auto-repeatable alarms
  • Support for application indicators - they provide a simple and effective API to provide an application icon in the notification area in the top-right part of the screen, and provide simple, accessible, and complete access to key parts of your application
  • Internationalization support

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