Many people use the alarm feature in their iPhone’s Clock app to wake up on time for school or work every morning, but sometimes users will hit the stop button and inadvertently fall back asleep, defeating the purpose of setting the alarm in the first place.
You could create a cascade of alarms to prevent this from being a problem, or you could use a new free jailbreak tweak called AlarmGroups by iOS developer Fouad Raheb, which streamlines the process of generating and grouping multiple alarms to ensure you wake up every morning.
Whether you need the volume on your iPhone alarm clock to be super loud in order to actually wake you up or really low so that you don’t wake everyone else in the house, you can easily tweak it. Here’s how to adjust the volume of your alarm clock on your iPhone.
If you get up for class or work every morning, then you’re probably accustomed to setting the alarm on your iPhone to ensure you wake up early enough. iOS’ alarm interface is rather polished right out of the box, but there’s still room for improvement.
A free jailbreak tweak called SleepyTime by iOS developer SparkDev enhances iOS’ alarm interface by displaying the time remaining before one or more of your alarms fire off.
Like other Apple devices, your HomePod permits you to set custom alarms.
You can create multiple alarms using just your voice, optionally add some context to them, if you like, and more. Your Siri speaker will signal you when one of your created alarms goes off.
Siri on HomePod allows you to create as many alarms as you want, manage them, remove ones you no longer need, turn specific alarms on or off, create recurring alarms, and more.
Alarms do not synchronize across multiple devices via iCloud. Any alarms created using your HomePod will not appear on your Mac, iPhone, or other devices, and vice versa.
So many people rely on alarms from their smartphone to wake up in the morning that when a major new jailbreak tweak comes out that improves the stock alarm system on the iPhone, it’s a big deal.
Safe Alarm 3 by Douglas Soares is a noteworthy release in Cydia that expands upon the alarm system in iOS by giving you a trough of new options to configure, including new ways to be woken up.
Tons of people use their iPhone as a means of waking up every morning thanks to the built-in alarm feature, and while there are a number of alarm tones to pick from and despite being able to choose any local song on your device as an alarm sound, there is very little diversity whenever you choose either of these methods.
A new free jailbreak tweak called CasualAlarm aims to spice things up by randomizing whatever your alarm might be when it’s time to wake up in the morning, and it does this by shuffling through your very own music library. With it, you will have something different to listen to each morning when it’s time to wake up.
Although you've always been able to set music as the alarm sound for the alarms you wake up to every morning via your iPhone or iPad, you've never been able to set entire music playlists as your alarm sound.
Looking at the bright side, however, a new free jailbreak tweak dubbed PlaylistAlarm changes that.
What's worse than an alarm going off in the morning to wake you up from your comfortable bed? How about being late to work or school because you made it too easy to snooze your wake-up alarm?
With a jailbreak tweak called ArithmeticAlarm9, you can force yourself to have to solve a math problem before you're able to silence your iPhone's alarm.
In addition to a gorgeous new dark interface, the Clock app on iOS 10 packs i a little-known but useful new feature— Bedtime and Wake alarm. With it, you can set up a regular sleep schedule to receive reminders when it's time to hit the bed and wake up.
By making it easier than ever to create a regular sleep schedule and receive timely bedtime alerts, this feature could help the insomniac types get a good night's sleep. With that in mind, watch our video hands-on and read a detailed preview of the new Bedtime and Wake alarm feature in iOS 10's Clock app.
By default, any time you set an alarm on your iPhone, it'll vibrate when the alarm goes off. For some people, this is a good way to help get woken up, but for others it's a waste of battery and can be completely annoying to hear that loud vibration on the night stand.
In this tutorial, intended for iPhone users only, we'll be showing you how you can set up an alarm so that your iPhone doesn't vibrate when it goes off.
Having the ability to snooze when your alarm rings has probably saved millions of people from getting to work late by ringing the alarm again and not letting you continue sleeping. But I find it to be an annoying feature. When my alarm rings, I just don't want to snooze and fall back half asleep, only to be reminded nine minutes later that it's really time to wake up when the alarm rings again.
Up until recently, I hadn't realized you could actually disable the Snooze button altogether. Granted, I don't use alarms very often, which is probably why I never noticed this option was right there in front of me. If you're anything like me and want to disable the Snooze option from your alarms, then read on.
Heads-up deal seekers. Apple has named Tiny Hearts Limited's "Wake Alarm Clock" its App of the Week for this week. This means that from now through next Thursday, you'll be able to pick up the popular alarm clock app for free for both iPhone and iPad—a solid savings of $4.
For those unfamiliar with the app, Wake is highly regarded for its beautiful and intuitive design, and its range of various alarm modes. You can slap your phone to activate a short snooze, flip it to turn off all alarms, or you can set it so you have to shake your phone to turn all alarms off.