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[Android] "Alarm Clock Xtreme" FREE (was $1.99) App of the Day @ Amazon


I have been using the free version with ads for quite a while. This one from Amazon is ad free so no more accidentally hitting some advert instead of snooze. Any different from the stock alarm clock? Maybe just a bit more extreme.

Only available for free at Amazon US.

Version 3.5.9 (latest at Google Play is 3.6.3p)

Amazon Review = 4.6/5 (734 reviews)

Product Features

Ad-free version
Wake up gently with this feature-packed alarm clock
Create unlimited and customizable alarms
Snooze away with a large snooze button
Set your alarm to have your music bring you back to consciousness
Do math and reward yourself with a little snooze

Technical Details

Size: 411.2KB
Version: 3.5.9
Developed By: AVG Labs
Application Permissions: (Help me understand what permissions mean)
    Disable the keyguard
    Read only access to device state
    Get notified that the operating system has finished booting
    Connect to paired bluetooth devices
    Open network sockets
    Write to external storage
    Read or write the system settings
    Access the vibration feature
    Access information about networks
    PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
    Modify global audio settings
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2

Related Stores

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closed Comments

  • Thanks, been using this one for years on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Be nice to have it without ads :)

  • very nice app, both timer and alarm, small and light.

  • I'll see if this alarm does it for me. Stock Android alarm isn't good enough - I just hit snooze every time.

  • Been using the free one for yonks and holding off from buying. Yay, thanks OP.

  • Keeps says "you already purchased this app, please find it in my apps" and i cant find it there :( any idea why? I own a note 3

  • been using this since when i bought the original nexus 7 :)

  • Even for free this can't compete with Timely.

  • Too many permissions for me.

    Why would an alarm clock program need network permissions, if it claims ad-free?

    • So when you you want a stopwatch you have to download it separately and the stopwatch has ads.

      +1 Timely

      • the alarm includes a timer, which i generally find more useful than a stopwatch in every day use.
        i noticed the stopwatch extra download

  • uninstalled recently after using it for couple of years. It drains battery on my nexus 5. be warned!

    • thanks for the info, will try a bit more,
      it appears to now work with device off, probably i was expecting too much.

  • I use the UE boom app's in built alarm. As someone with hearing loss. The loud boom is a god send for waking up in the morning. Really loud and really effective. Only problem is it will wake you right up with a shock no time to hit the snooze.+1 for this deal will try and see if this offers a more sane solution.

  • Stock android works a treat for me, especially if I leave the tablet in the lounge so I have to get out of bed to turn it off.

  • Thanks, I really benefit from the maths in this app and no more stupid AD-snoozing. Timely looks great but this app works best for me.

    • Timely also has maths and puzzles, though now showing as Premium - yet I can select them (guessing I ozbargained a full version at some time)

  • installed amazon app store, clicked deal link, opened in amazon, says $2.15. ??????