egzthunder1 · Sep 27, 2010 at 09:00 am

myClock for Android

XDA member alioooop just released a new alarm clock for Android. This app has a very nicely polished UI and it comes both in English and in Swedish. It features all of the needed favorite/hated features of an alarm clock such as the infamous and rather dangerous “Snooze” function.

If you feel like replacing Android’s rather lacking alarm, take this app for a spin and make sure to leave some feedback for the dev.

hello!

I hate the original android alarm app, some things were missing and not good looking ether so I have started to develope my own =)

4 different color themes and later I will add a color palette 

to snooze or dismiss a alarm you have to swype it up to go to the buttons and then press the button you want 

and many more nice stuff

You can find more information in the application thread.


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