Wake up to your music! Music Alarm Clock allows you to use your phone as an alarm clock.
1. Choose your music
2. Set your alarm time
3. Plug in your phone
4. Display the clock just like a traditional alarm clock.
Microsoft decided to block Zune access from "background agents" or applications that are running in the background. I'm talking with the Windows Phone Development team about supporting this scenario, but until they change it, the alarm will not sound if you close the app. We were all hoping that Mango was going to support this.
- Snooze for 5 or 10 minutes; shake to snooze is supported.
- Dim the clock by dragging up and down on the clock page
Alarm clock will prevent your phone from going to sleep and will run if you choose to lock your phone. Music Alarm Clock must remain running for the alarm to go off. Clicking off the application and going to the home screen will deactivate the alarm. When Microsoft enables Windows Phone 7 multitasking this application will be updated to remove this restriction. Zune software cannot be connected. If Zune software is connected a backup alarm will sound and the phone will vibrate.
Please plug in your phone when using the alarm, your phones battery may drain when the screen is on for long periods of time.
Calls and texts can be received without deactivating the alarm.