Items Tagged with alarm
#52 / 2011-10-18 12:00:00 / 1:18 min.
Those who have trouble getting to sleep should know that there is, of course, an app for that. Relax and Sleep is a
free app for Androidthat allows you to create your own mixture of ambient sounds so that you can get the sleep you need... But be sure to set the built-in alarm clock to make sure you don't oversleep.
#967 / 2011-09-30 10:00:00 / 1:51 min.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, one of the top things that people use their phones for is waking them up in the morning. Since Android phones can do pretty well anything, acting as an alarm clock isn't much of a challenge. In this tutorial, we'll not only show you how to create an
alarm on your Android phone, we'll also show you how to create multiple alarms and tweak alarm settings.
#268 / 2011-09-16 14:00:00 / 2:06 min.
If you're anything like us, it can be difficult to haul yourself out of bed in the morning. And, if you're anything like us, you're willing to try anything to rouse you from slumber in the morning. The XtremeMac Luna SST isn't the weirdest alarm clock accessory we've seen. In fact, it's not weird at all. Rather, it's a practical beside clock, speaker dock and charging cradle for your iPhone.
#3 / 2011-04-11 16:09:00 / 3:14 min.
Though we've talked about a lot of
free iPhone applicationsthat are great apps, in this episode, we're going to be listing the first five of our
top 10 paid-for iPhone apps. These ones all check in at less than three dollars, which is a
great dealfor any one of these
awesome iPhone applications.
#61 / 2010-12-15 12:00:00 / 1:15 min.
Almost everyone needs
help waking upsometimes and now there's an app for that too. In this episode of
60-Second App, we review
iPad into an alarm clockwith
customizable chimes, a weather display, custom backgrounds and more.
#856 / 2010-12-02 09:30:00 / 2:10 min.
If you need to
create reminders for yourselfon a regular basis, then maybe you should check out
RemindMe for the Android. It's great for setting reminders for yourself about
tasks to be completed. What's more, it's free.
#161 / 2010-10-04 12:00:00 / 4:37 min.
If you, like us, have trouble hauling your self out of bed in the morning, meet Tocky. This little guy will jump off your nightstand and start rolling around the room in an effort to get you up and out of bed... as opposed to hitting snooze "just one more time." You may hate him for it at the time, but you'll love him when you make it to your annual review on time, thus keeping you gainfully employed and off the bread line.
#24 / 2010-08-16 12:00:00 / 4:43 min.
Sometimes, the least of your worries with a lost phone is the replacement cost. The potentially sensitive data contained on that phone is much more troubling. This week, Doc runs down his top five favorite security apps for Android phones. Securely store your passwords, get antivirus protection and even recover your lost Android handset.
#23 / 2010-08-09 12:00:00 / 4:45 min.
Keep your iPhone safe, keep your personal data safe, check out the threatcon level for viruses and malware and secure all of your online purchases. These
free iPhone security appsare great ways to keep your self, your iPhone and your personal data safe and secure.
#770 / 2010-08-04 09:30:00 / 1:26 min.
protect your dataon your computer with
data backup, so why not do the same for your
Android phone? Now you can with
Lookout, available for free on
Android Market. It's got some neat features including data backup, virus scan, an interesting way to
find a lost phoneand more!
#70 / 2010-05-19 17:00:00 / 6:41 min.
If you've ever woken up to a blaring alarm only to feel like you just went to bed five minutes ago, you're not alone. The problem, if Sleep Cycle alarm clock is to be believed, is that you're getting woken up at the wrong time in your sleep cycle, when you're in a deep, restful slumber. Sleep Cycle alarm clock uses your iPhone accelerometer to judge when you're ready to be woken up and as a result, you'll feel better rested. Jay Goldman explains.
#82 / 2010-02-05 12:00:00 / 2:00 min.
alarm clocks are old hat.
Alarm clocksyou can talk to are the new thing. Hello Moshi is the first such clock that we've seen. Billed as an
interactive voice response alarm clock," Hello Moshi responds to spoken commands. Say "
Hello Moshi" and speak to set the alarm, play a sleep sound, set the time, get the temperature and a few other features. It may not turn the alarm clock industry on its ear, but it's about the
coolest alarm clock we've seenin a while.
#12 / 2009-09-03 12:00:00 / 3:06 min.
You have appointments to keep, places to be, kids to pick up and so much more. A calendar is crucial to keeping track of all these things. So, in this weeks
The Sweet Stuff: SoftwareDoc Callahan takes a look at
four, free calendar programs for Windowsusers.
#75 / 2009-01-19 12:30:00 / 3:17 min.
Radio, audio playback, video playback ... plus personal alarm, high-frequency mosquito repellent, flashlight, hand-cranked mobile phone charger and breathalyzer. All in one not quite pocket-sized device. An A for effort.
iPhone photo-sharing app Instagram was recently the big buzz when Facebook bought it for one billion dollars.
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500
On this week's show, BlackBerry figures if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. More Nexus Prime shenanigans and freemium games by the numbers. Also, Kate Abraham brings us her review of Aquapets for Android.
This Week: Part two - Five more great iPhone productivity apps for iPhone rounding out the top 10