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AirClock 2.30

5 Star Pick

Wake up to your favourite CD, TV news program or radio show using your handheld! Amazing!

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AirClock is unlike any alarm clock you've ever seen; in addition to being a full-featured alarm clock, it has the unique ability to turn on any appliance equipped with a remote control by using your handheld's built-in infrared port.

AirClock can gently wake you by playing one of various MIDI ring tones and/or by turning on your television, radio, CD player or any other appliance equipped with a remote control.

You can also use it to turn on your TV or Radio to remind you of a show that comes on at a certain time - anything you want! Imagine waking up to your favourite CD, TV news program or radio show! Cool!


  • "Set and forget" simplicity with all common functions just one tap away.
  • Use it as an elegant desk, bed or travel alarm clock.
  • Screen shows large, easy-to-read 12 or 24 hour time with running seconds, plus day, date and alarm setting.
  • Features a snooze function for those hard-to-wake-up mornings!
  • Background image, vibrate, blink LED, backlight, hourly chime and snooze duration settings.
  • Improved infrared range thanks to the new "Boost IR" option, high-power IR support on Clies and Tech Center Labs' IR-Blaster compatibility.
  • Now runs on all Palm-Powered handhelds (infrared wake-up not yet available on Palm OS 5).

RAM Usage: 120 KB

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Any handheld running Palm OS 3.0 or greater - this includes models from Palm, Handspring, Sony, HandEra, Samsung, Kyocera, Acer, and Symbol.

Note: AirClock's infrared wake-up capabilities are not yet available on Palm OS 5 handhelds such as the Palm Tungsten and the Sony Clies NX60 and NX70.