It’s a problem Carol and I have had for years (children, apparently are also afflicted), so we supplement the genetic deficiency with an array of alarm clocks scattered around the house, including one on the Mac.
My Alarm Clock
Between the two of us we’ve tried a dozen Mac alarm clocks through the years and none of them do the deed– rouse us from our slumber. Until My Alarm Clock.
To be completely honest and fair about the situation, My Alarm Clock isn’t so much the key component to the solution as the Mac and a couple of giant speakers in the bedroom.
The benefits to using My Alarm Clock as the go to wake up device, is the Mac’s screen, the MacBook’s relatively small size, and five basic features we all need in the bedroom.
Well, besides all those other features we all need in the bedroom.
My Alarm Clock gives you a bunch of exclusive designer themes to choose from, including bright digital or modern clock with hands.
Take a look.
Alright, so the clocks look good. What else?
My Alarm Clock gives you multiple alarms and you can assign a different alarm to each. 1980s era Rock ‘n roll from iTunes is a good choice.
Wait! Yes, dear reader, there is more.
There’s also live weather information and current conditions and temperature. Not only will My Alarm Clock wake you up, it’ll put you to sleep with the right music. And, of course, it can be used as a flash light in a darkened bedroom (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
Reviews for My Alarm Clock heavily skew toward four and five starts, though we’ve had a couple of hiccups, and suspect using it on an old plastic MacBook may have something to do with it, since it’s worked perfectly on a new MacBook Air.