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WiFiClockRadioAlarm is a WiFi Internet Radio and Radio Alarm Clock all rolled into one app. This App supports almost all of the new BBC Radio Feeds as well as around 100 other stations from seven countries! No adverts or reduce functionality - Just a free wifi radio/alarm. WiFiClockRadioAlarm has two modes of operation. 1. Internet Radio - capable of running under the lock screen. 2. Internet Radio Alarm Clock. In this mode as a stand clock, it is always on unless manually closed or suspended. Ideal as a bedside radio alarm while charging overnight. Radio There is a selection of over 100 major radio stations from the UK, Europe and the USA. There are three radio presets each of which can be easily configured to tune to the chosen station. Radio Alarm(s) Each of the three configurable Radio Presets is also associated with its own alarm. When is alarm mode the preset channel will be played when its alarm triggers. Each alarm has configurable snooze and auto kill periods as well as manual kill. Each alarm can be configured to trigger on only certain days of the week and can be completely disabled/enabled by a single button without changing the settings. There is an ability to dim the screen and an indicator to show the status of the Wifi link. The App includes detailed instructions. The App is designed to work over a Wifi link. When running as a stand clock (alarm mode), I strongly recommend the phone is put on charge - ideal as a bedside alarm as you charge the phone overnight. If the Wifi link fails and there is no access to the internet, the App will try and default to playing church bells for 4 minutes when an alarm triggers.


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Published by

Bill Rees

Developed by

Bill Rees

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Approximate size

1.99 MB

Age rating

For ages 3 and over




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English (United States)

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