Set your alarms faster with Clone Alarm

By | December 16, 2014

While I may consider myself an early bird, the truth is that I only have the title thanks to a smart strategy that I’ve been using for a couple of years. Whenever I go to sleep, I make sure to set up a couple of alarms, a couple of minutes apart in order to ensure that I don’t fall back to sleep and I’m late on any project that I may be working on. Well, thanks to a great Cydia tweak known by the name of Clone Alarm, things can actually get a lot better in a very short period of time. Clone-Alarm-1024x482

With this in mind, the Cydia tweak has the simple purpose of making the process of setting multiple alarms better from all the points of view. Once it has been downloaded, it goes ahead and integrates with the existing Clock app. In order to use it, you’ll simply have to tap and hold on any of the existing alarms to bring up the interface for the clone alarm. Once this is done, you can easily go ahead and select how many additional alarms you would like to have together with the difference of time between each one.CloneAlarm-1024x908

Once this is done, simply tap over on the Clone button that should be found over on the upper right corner of the app and all of the alarms that you’ve set will now appear in the Clock app itself. To put things better into perspective, Clone Alarm doesn’t actually provide any additional feature to your alarms, but rather gives you a great way to set up multiple alarms at once, which can save a lot of time, especially if you’re trying to do this at night once you may be very sleepy as well.

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An unfortunate aspect about the Cydia app however is the fact that it is currently available on Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $0.99, but I personally think that it’s worth the price.

Have you used Clone Alarm until now? If yes, what did you think about it? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Author: Daniel Dobb

A tech fan who enjoys swimming, reading and playing guitar. When I’m not writing, you can find me messing around with different electronics, or taking one of my hobbies to the next level.