Date Added:Mar. 04, 2002
Downloads Last Week:1
Besides free, it looks great and gives you the option of waking up to any song. It has an incremental volume integrated into the alarm settings, all optional of course, making it very easy to awake to.
None so far, except that it would be nice if it could hold more than one alarm set.
Great for the price. Does what it says, developer deserves to be supported. With options and computer wake option available this condenses almost everything into one electronic device, your computer.
Its supposed to be free and all of a sudden registration is needed, what a rip off. You can only set 1 alarm at a time, changes all the .dmg files icon in my Mac when launching the alarm, major nono.
Well, the graphics are nice and it LOOKS like it belongs on OSX. Too bad it doesn't WORK like it belongs!
As others have mentioned, the voice is incomprehensible. There's no excuse for that, when so many great text-to-speech programs are available.
The website used to read the headlines doesn't work most of the time so if you select that option you'll hear "Sorry, that headline is not available..." -- not what you want to wake up to!
If you choose the "Beep" function the whole program goes into an error loop and you have to Force Quit.
If you want to wake up to the weather, you'd better live in the US. Only American zip codes are accepted in the preferences.
Once installed. don't wanna miss it. Price is okay, registration was quickly done.
Pronounciation for Germans difficult. Newsline doesn't work, weather too.
Clearly the other reviews were written by the program author - the news and weather are 'read' by an automated voice that is literally impossible to understand. All great ideas, but it's unstable, unusable and not worth the download.
I love waking up this way. It mskes me love my Mac even more. Maybe some day I will pay the dude for this app.
its the coolest alarm clock ever. i can either wake up feelin stressed out over my to-do-list or glide with my chosen playlist. Now i can wake up to my mood...
I had trouble downloading iAlarm from the start. I thought i had the program in my applications but when i clicked to start up, it wouldn't respond. On subsequent downloads i received a text file saying that i didn't have the the minimum Mac OS system (8.1). I run on 10.1.5 the features sounded great but i didn't get to see them in action
Tried four times to download. Each time, the disk image wouldn't mount and Disc Copy said: "'iAlarm.dmg' failed to mount due to error 95 (no mountable file systems)" I'll stick with mp3 Alarm Clock for OSX, thank you.
Its the most annoying thing to wake up to, but EFFECTIVE is the key word. I've been using this product for almost a year now and it manages to get me out of bed every morning to turn it off. The online news service that this program is set to is outdated. I keep hearing about the Washington sniper every morning! Kudos!!
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|Publisher web site||http://users.wpi.edu/~isam/|
|Release Date||March 04, 2002|
|Date Added||March 04, 2002|
|Subcategory||Miscellaneous Home Software|
|Additional Requirements||Mac OS X|
|Downloads Last Week||1|