By Legacy | December 23, 2010 2:06 AM
G-Alarm was a huge success on Windows Phone 6.x and it looks like that trend could continue on another platform. Ageye, the developers, just dropped an early beta of G-Alarm for Android on their website. Not familiar with G-Alarm? It’s basically an advanced alarm application with robust features for all types of sleepers.
The initial beta of G-Alarm doesn’t offer all the powerful features found in the original, but basic alarm functions are present and the developers are probably working on bringing more features soon. This release includes the ability to set multiple alarms, profiles (everyday, every workday, weekend only, next day only), custom alarm sounds/songs, the snooze time, volume level, enable/disable vibrate, and enable/disable mazes or math quizzes (for deep sleepers). Knowing Ageye, future releases will surely build on those options and add new ones like accelerometer/proximity sensor support to snooze or stop alarms.
The first beta is free and can be downloaded from the developers’ website (expires January 20). Although this version is considered stable, it’s recommended that you set an additional alarm for the next couple of days to make sure everything is working properly. Also, check out what the original offered to see what you can expect out of future builds.