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Old 08-04-2009, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there an app that allows you to set multiple alarms? I use my BB as an alarm heavily, and it would be awesome if there was one.
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Old 08-04-2009, 05:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes. Check in BlackBerry App world for multi alarm under productivity I think. There are a couple there
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Hm, I'm not seeing any. I checked under all 4 for "Alarm Clock" and even "alarm" and nothing came up. Got the name of one of them?
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Also, app world seems to be running extremely slow. I'm doing a battery pull now to see if that'll help. If not, anyone have any suggestions? I can barely go through the lists on it without having to stop and let it load. It wasn't like this before.
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Guh, guess I won't be able to get a multialarm app. I found some, but I'm not paying money for a multialarm. ._.
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You can give this a go and see if it meets your requirements http://www.berryreview.com/2009/08/03/tinyalrm-a-simple-multi-alarm-application/
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i havent tried it but it seems like it would work..

In calendar... one could set up an "apointment" for any specific time/occurance .. change the ringer to your alarm ringer.. and that could be your multi alarm function...

again i have not tried it but it seems like it would work..

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This is app that I use since I have to create several recurring different alarms for different days throughout the week. This is a paid app but very worth the money to me. They have 4 sounds you can use, or you can use any .mp3 on your card and choose how many times to repeat it and the alarm volume. Nice customizations

http://www.blackberryapps.com/produc...art-Alarms-Pro
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That is an annoying oversight with Blackberries. LG and Motorola dumbphones I had years ago allowed for multiple alarms, and they aren't productivity tools like the Berry.
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Do a search for MyAlarm it allows for upto 6 different alarms and select the days of the week to repeat on. works great and it's free.
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