Winamp Wecker The Second
Winamp Wecker (= Winamp alarm clock) with fixed bugs and much innovations...Winamp Wecker (= Winamp alarm clock) with fixed bugs and much innovations...
Winamp Wecker (Winamp alarm clock)
Winamp Wecker is a alarm clock, which allows you to wake you up in the morning or to remind you of your dates.
So you will never miss important meetings...
And it?s realy more luxurious to wake you up with good music as with an sinewy "BEEP BEEP BEEP"
The second version has following innovations:
- Bugs are fixed
- Duallingual installation and program (english, german)
- Write your own language - file (easy translation)
- Shutdown Windows after an predefined time or after reaching final volume
- Remote control function
- New installation wizzard with update function
|June 19, 2006 by Kai Vogel||28933 downloads|
Staff reviewExternal Winamp Alarm app
This runs as an external program to Winamp and has a good range of different options which worked well under testing.
There were a few quirks with the skin handling such as it not remembering the set opacity level and there were a few rough edges but otherwise was decent.
not flexible enough - use clockamp instead - June 5, 2007 by Jim Foldesi
What an inutility! - This is for those ones who sleeps in front of a computer! - May 2, 2007 by Wilian Souza
nice design - A very nice design! But I didn't really manage to use it as an alarmclock. The sound does go louder at the specefied Time, but if winamp isn't playing at this partikular time - no use. So if there is such a funktion like outoplay at alarm time, a small help dokument over the "options" would do it. And why to create an external tool,if after pushing start in it you are emideatly starting winamp - in my appinion it would make more scence, to start winamp at the time of the alarm. - April 10, 2007 by Merlin Faith
Woo - Good job, Dude. I've got to be Up By 7 AM for either work or school, And I'd MUCH rather wake up to Some Mastodon or slayer rather than that "Beep" That continually gets faster if you dont press the Snooze button... - March 30, 2007 by Dylan Emerson