G-Alarm: Sophisticated Alarm clock for Windows Mobile

G-Alarm is a sophisticated alarm clock for Windows Mobile that is not only stylish and finger-friendly, but also takes advantage of the sensors found in our latest smartphones. The software offers numerous features and the interface is fully skinnable, and also supports many languages.A list with some features:

  • Supported devices: all devices with Windows Mobile 5, Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1
  • Skinnable user interface
  • Customizable today plugin which shows you all your alarms and lets you activate or deactivate them with one click
  • Define unlimited alarms with many options
  • Choose between different alarm types
    • Weekdays: select on which days of the week an alarm should go off
    • One-time alarm
    • Alarm patterns: you can define more customized alarms (e.g. play the alarm every 4th week on friday at 7:00 PM)
    • Quick alarms: Simply wake me up in x hours
  • Define playlists with unlimited mp3/wma/wav files for each alarm
  • Force a specific volume if the device is on vibration mode or muted
  • Repeat and playing options:
    • Play alarm for a specific time
    • Repeat an alarm for x times
    • Auto-snooze the alarm after a specifc time
  • Supports all resolutions (VGA, QVGA, WVGA, WQVGA, etc.)
  • Power saving methods:
    • You can set to turn off the display after a specific time so you can listen to your music while the device doesn’t eat too much battery
    • The display is turned off if the alarm snoozes
  • Tilt sensor support (only on supported devices)
    • Guide the ball through the maze by tilting your device
    • Snooze the alarm by turning the phone upside down
  • Light sensor support (only on supported devices)
    • Snooze the alarm by turning the light on
  • You can decide wether you want to complete mazes before you can snooze or stop the alarm or not.
  • See your next alarm in S2U2, TouchFlo3D, Manila2D and others

Read more about the application and download it for free here.

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