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    Title says it all, which ones you guys like the best? I'm looking, but haven't seen one that seems decent.
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    I have been thinking about trying G-Alarm I used it on Windows Mobile was one of my favorite apps but reviews say it the snooze doesn't work
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    I'm looking for one with multiple alarm settings, too.
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    I downloaded Alarm Clock Pro a while back but without multitasking, it does not get much use. But the app is full featured with multiple alarms, multiple views, shake to snooze, etc. $1.29. Btw, what's wrong with the built in alarm? Seems to work for me and I don't have to park it behind the lock screen.

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    What is wrong with the built in alarm clock app that comes with the phones? What other features are you looking for could help narrow down the search.
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    I absolutely loved G-Alarm on my old TP2 and HD2. Especially the voice part, where it would speak the time in between the alarms. Helped me wake up every day.

    I currently have an EVO, so on Android at the moment. G-Alarm finally came out with an Android version. But no voice! So it is no different than most other Android alarm clocks. Is the G-Alarm for WP7 the same as the old WinMo one, or is it just another basic one like he made it for Android? Cause for me, I get used to nearly all alarm sounds, so eventually sleep through them. But with the voice option, hearing the actual time called out, would get through to my brain, and I could wake up.
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    I use "Alarm Clock" by LarssonTech. It has good music integration. I'm pretty sure it still needs to be behind the lock screen though.
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    hold up!!!! i have the best FREE alarm app. Its called Free TAC.. i love that you can use your own music on your phone to wake you up. It has weather and you can change the clock screen. Flip your phone side ways and set the phone as a desk clock. You can also use your own pictures for backgrounds. hope you like it
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    free tac is not in the marketplace...
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    Your right no Free TAC in the market . . . I found a bunch of other alarm clock apps to try out.
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    Nite Buddy is a great alarm clock/night stand clock app. Uses Mango alarms, so it runs in the background, has weather and a great UI.
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    I use the alarm app the phones comes with.
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    Welcome to WPC DavyMac23

    I also like the original.
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    I use the phone alarm, wakes me up every morning without fail, have a separate alarm set up for weekend, etc. works well.

    Doesn't have a bunch of bells and whistles, but I don't need them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coffee View Post
    I use the phone alarm, wakes me up every morning without fail, have a separate alarm set up for weekend, etc. works well.

    Doesn't have a bunch of bells and whistles, but I don't need them.
    Yo, Coffee, speaking of waking up in the morning, I need you to swing by my house about 8 a.m. so I can drink you.
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    It's not TAC it's Free Talking Alarm clock or the paid version is Talking Alarm Clock. It rocks!!! I have the paid version (.99) You can set as many different alarms as you want. You can set your alarm to music, phone sounds or record your on voice. It's a very cool app with a killer layout.
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    We have a new Digital Alarm Clock application which uses the new Mango alarms framework so alarms still go off even when the application isn't running. It also has a dim night time mode, multiple colour settings and weather reports for your current location.

    It will be available for free with ads or for 0.79

    The link to the application is below:
    http://windowsphone.com/s?appid=0d2f...a-03a93efde25f
    Last edited by Boodev; 10-12-2011 at 04:27 PM. Reason: App is now live!
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    Try out Ultimate alarm pro.. Its free! It reads weather and time (Five languages). It automatically fetches that days calendar entries and news. No problem of locking and battery drain. Check it out at Vignesh tech-inc.: Ultimate alarm pro
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    Check out the world alarm clock! For the first time an app which allows you to change the current time while comparing time across different time zones. It also allows you to set reminders as per time in other countries. The app does the conversion on local time for you! Never miss your favorite event in another county again.

    http://www.windowsphone.com/en-US/ap...?wa=wsignin1.0
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    Actually its Free Talking Alarm Clock and its there in a marketplace.
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    I still keep my BB Touch around because it was such an awesome built in alarm. Sits landscape in its stand on my night stand constantly displaying the time in bedside (dim) mode. To replace it I am going to need two things - an app that has bedside mode and a stand up cradle for my Nokia.
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    Do any of the free alarm clocks snooze when you touch any part of the screen and not just "snooze" or "dismiss" buttons on the screen so I can snooze without opening my eyes?
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    627.AM is the best of its kind for me. You can set alarm clocks for the whole week, choose different sounds, and it also provides weather and to-do list, and WP8 tiles, all in one. Great visuals and functionality. Highly recommended
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    sorry to bump an old thread but would a night stand clock left on all night every night damage my phone ???

    any thoughts would be great cheers
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