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Summary: Alarm clock features: - Alarm Type - specifies when the alarm should be activated a) One-tim - set a date and time for one-time alarm b) Daily - set a specified time that will be used as an every-day alarm - Plugin - specifies an action that should be executed with the set alarm time Plug...

Requirements:
Windows Mobile 2003 or highter. (The application runs under the .NET Compact framework 1.0, therefore in older PPCs 2002 devices you need to install it).

Arrived: 2007-08-30
Found under: Productivity, Time, Clock, Utilities


» Alc. 2007 Lite 2.0.4 Description

Alarm clock features:
- Alarm Type
- specifies when the alarm should be activated
a) One-tim - set a date and time for one-time alarm
b) Daily - set a specified time that will be used as an every-day alarm
- Plugin - specifies an action that should be executed with the set alarm time Plugins available now:
- AlcAlarm - a standard plugin that plays a sound file (.wav) in a specified time range and at a pre-set volume, or you can also activate a vibration with the alarm
- SayClock - a plugin that says the current time
- Power Off - a plugin that turns off your device
- Note - a text note (reminder) that will be displayed during alarm
- Voice time announcement:
a) Current time (key <5>)
b) Next set alarm time (key <8>)
c) Recurrent voice time announcement in specified intervals Settings:
- You can set the option of a recurrent time announcement in specified intervals during alarm
- You can set your own intervals in minutes for the Snooze function
Themes: - Display your own picture as the background of the application - Display analogue and digital clock, monthly and weekly calendar, current date, the current day of the week, number of past and remaining days in the year, day number of the year etc. - Define the colour and shadows of texts, titles and other parts of the application - You can switch between 4 pre-defined themes, for the time being, using the cursor: analogue clock, LCD time, calendar, universal. - Each theme is saved in an XML file and can be modified directly in the application's tree structure

Platforms: - Smartphone 2003, 2003SE, 5.0 and higher - Pocket PC 2002 and higher (The application runs under the .NET Compact framework 1.0, therefore in older PPCs 2002 devices you need to install it)





the Alc. 2007 Lite 2.0.4 free for your smartphone

Made by: Pavel Hornak



» Comments

Tue4Sep at 9:01 am
paride wrote...
best
Wed5Sep at 1:58 am
Rob Gladwin wrote...
very good indeed
Sat15Sep at 9:33 am
irfan bangash wrote...
nice
Wed26Sep at 1:47 am
Upendra wrote...
Good
Mon22Oct at 9:32 pm
Josh wrote...
A good working solution!
Wed6Feb at 1:04 am
Roland wrote...
Ziet er mooi uit. Maar: Let op: ======= Als je de klock een uurtje aan hebt staan gaat het al je rekentijd van je PDA kosten en wordt je PDA heel traag. Dit is ook te zien aan de seconde wijzer, die geeft dan niet meer iedere seconde aan maar springt steeds meerdere secondes. Ik gebruik versie 2.1.1.13....
Sat16Feb at 2:32 pm
Greg wrote...
sounds great to me wish there wear spell checkers for my phone
Wed2Apr at 6:22 pm
joe camara wrote...
interesting
Sat3May at 4:37 pm
bobbie65 wrote...
hi, ¤ The ALC 2007 2.0.5 for the Motorola Q, doesn't speak while in another APPLICATION as does the ALC 2007 lite v 2.0.4. An annoying glitch in an otherwise excellent program! ¤ - kw
Fri23Mar at 9:30 am
Marcos wrote...
Smartphone, noun. A mobile phone, with nedxeted features such as PIM applications, email, internet access, music and video players. Capable of synchronising information between between itself and other sources, such as on-line services or desktop PCs. Implementation of a full QWERTY keyboard (either physically or on-screen) is also required.
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