For bug reports, please email me instead of leaving (incomplete) information in the ratings. This is ensure that I can fix them rapidly and if necessary ask for more info. Thank you!
Wake up with a random song each morning with the music alarm clock Megalarm!
Simply group your favorite Artists, Albums, Genres (full version only), Playlists and/or Songs into a Music Library. Then create an alarm and associate a Music Library to it. Now wake up to new music each day. No need to hear the same song (or ringtone... even worse) every morning. And if you don't like the song playing, just skip to the next one, or choose the next song from your music library that you want to hear!
I am very reactive with bug fixes and always eager to hear ways to improve it. Please rate the app if you like it (or don't), constructive criticism always helps. However, if despite my many nights and (more appropriately mornings) of testing it happens to crash or misbehave with you, please write me and give me a chance to fix the problem before leaving negative ratings. You'll find a crash report on the SD card in the Logs folder, please include that with your message, it will help me out greatly.
It is worth mentioning that there are some really big improvements are coming for the 2.0 version. Stay tuned!
The app needs some special permissions on the phone to work. I assure you no monkey business is going on. The permissions are explained below:
So the alarm can vibrate (if you want it to) when it rings.
This is to wake up the phone from a sleep state when the alarm rings so that we can play music and activate the screen.
So that once the alarm starts ringing, we can bypass the lock screen and display the ringing screen immediately.
To initialize the alarms (if any are active) once the phone is turned on (or rebooted).
So as not to ring the alarm if you're on the phone. It will wait till you've finished your call to go off.
Needed as of KitKat (Android 4.4) to play music from the sdcard
If you are migrating from a version earlier than v1.1.0 to a later version, you will lose your data. This was to provide the ability to conserve data when migrating from the lite to the full version. I'm very sorry, this shall not happen again.
- numeric preferences to contain values in title
- oversized preferences button (android 2.3.3)
- bug with alarms when changing timezones or manually setting the time
- fix a rare crash when editing an alarm (thanks to the person who submitted the crash report!)