ZDclock for Android
XDA member ikaola presents this notification application for your Android device. ZDclock is a nice styled tool that not only will work as a regular alarm but also will remind you of birthdays, anniversary, medicine schedules, and more. The app includes three widgets and the chance to configure the frequency of rings: Ring once, weekly, monthly, yearly, and Interval, plus the option to wake up the phone even when silent mode.
No doubt this app is worth to try, and of course your feedback is very important!.
Originally posted by ikaola
[APP]Unique Alarm Clock with Gorgeous UI——ZDclock[Apr 6 First Appearence]
Not only simple wake up.
ZDclock will remind you what matters in life at the right time.
Don’t have to remember what matters or check notes from time to time.
Life is too short to be in a hurry. Just make it easy
★3 Widgets (So pretty and useful)
★Wake up (Record your unique ringtones)
★Birthday (My VIP list)
★Anniversary (Special days in life)
★Credit card (Good credit is a great fortune)
★Rotating shifts (Unique feature)
★Utilities (Really easy to forget)
★Rents (To be a good tenant)
★Countdown (Green hand for cooking, exercise for good health)
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