Webware's official alarm clock

Just a good Web way to wake up

Here's another PC-based alarm clock: Naked Alarm Clock. It's just a little Flash-based clock with ringers. Things I like about it: It's easy to program. It has loud alarms, and you can turn them off by mashing the space bar. Second, although it's Web-based, it's a self-contained Flash application, so it will ring even if your Internet connection dies in the middle of the night. It's missing a snooze alarm, though.

I might actually use this as an alarm clock next time I'm in a hotel. Yeah, I could use my mobile phone, a $20 travel alarm, or the hotel's own clock, but I figure as long as I claim to be Mr. Webware, I should be living the dream.

See also: Alarmd (review).
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Rafe Needleman reviews mobile apps and products for fun, and picks startups apart when he gets bored. He has evaluated thousands of new companies, most of which have since gone out of business.

 

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