orb3000 · Nov 19, 2010 at 12:00 pm

GPS: LocationAlarm for WM

XDA member brandi presents LocationAlarm for Windows Mobile devices. This particular alarm application with a nice UI design can wake you or notify based on location and not in alarm time, it will also let you know if you are out of signal for 10 minutes or more. Available in English, German, Spanish, French, Dutch and Italian languages. It can run with GPS and Triangulation as well.
Working on WM 6.5 and up for WVGA resolutions, but should work on VGA as well.
If you want to be a beta tester, invitations are open.

Originally posted by brandi
[APP][1.0][MUI] locationAlarm – GPS Alarm [W|Q|VGA][9.11.2010]

This is the initial release of my latest Application called locationAlarm.

This App can wake you when you really need it! Not based on Alarm Time as usual, but on the location you are in right now!

You surely have heard about this kind of alarm Clocks existing for Android or iOS and now it does for Windows Mobile too!

As special functions of this program, it does warn you if the signaling does not work for ten minutes, and your phone does not know its location anymore!

Also it will warn you with the alarm sound if the batterie level gets critical.
It does not only work with GPS but also with Traingualtion

The Gui again is fingerfriendly (of course) and does rely on the superb SenseSDK 1.39.

Donations are very Welcome!

You can find more information in the application thread.
For beta testing the program, see here.


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