Alarm Clock for Ubuntu

Alarm Clock is a program that is installed on the Gnome panel where you can set alarms, counters and reminders as appointments, birthdays, etc. to notify us.  Alarm Clock is very customizable. Instead of  popping up a message or playing a music, you can make Alarm Clock to start a particular program.

Changelog for this release (1.4.2):

– Fixed “Stop the sound” button being visible after launching alarm clock
– Fixed missing notification when using appindicator
– Replaced indicator icons
– Updated Spanish and Polish translations
– Fixed empty priority drop down list
– Fixed some bad dialog widget alignmnents
– Fixed some non-translatable strings

Installation

To install Alarm Clock in Ubuntu 9.10 / 10.04 / 10.10 just have to download the deb package for:

Ubuntu 32-bit

Ubuntu 64-bit

Alarm Clock is also available in Ubuntu repositories. In order to install it, just type:

apt-get install alarm-clock

Once installed, you can run it from Applications> Accessories> Alarm Clock and icon will appear in the upper panel:

If have trouble in installing or using Alarm clock , let me know

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