Stop making alarm mistakes with PM really

By | December 19, 2014

Admit it. As childish as it may seem, there were a couple of times when you have tried to set up an alarm for the morning on your phone, but you were not attentive whether you were setting it for the morning or the afternoon, because of the PM settings. While it may not be something that happens really often, the Cydia tweak known by the name of PM, really? aims to make sure that iPhone users from all around the world don’t make their phones ring in the afternoon, rather than in the morning, thus reducing the rate of missed appointments.PM-really

The scope of the Cydia app is extremely simple to understand and to set up. With this in mind, the tweak runs in the background and every time you set an alarm, but set it for the afternoon, it will go ahead and ask you to confirm as an effort to avoid wrongly set alarms. If you do indeed want to set an alarm for the afternoon, just confirm it and the tweak will be disabled for that alarm in particular.

There are practically no settings to the Cydia tweak, other than the quick window that asks you to confirm, so it’s easy to use for people from all around the world without encountering any issue whatsoever.

By keeping everything that has been mentioned so far in mind, if you ever find yourself setting alarms wrong, then PM, really may just happen to be the Cydia tweak for you. What do you personally think about it? Leave your thoughts 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.