Note: When using the alarm feature make sure your device is connected to external power as this will not allow the device to sleep and could run your battery down.
When the alarm does go off you will hear your selected tone and a Snooze dialog will apear. You can just give the device a little shake to snooze, or press the snooze button. If you are finished with the alarm you can turn it off with the Alarm Off button on the Snooze popup or with the Alarm switch on the Alarm Options page.
Note: On the iPod touch only Alarm Style 1 wil be audible without speakers/headphones due to lack of internal speaker. Also, the Vibrate function is disabled since it doesn't contain the required hardware.
TicClock provides six different tones to alert you ranging from soft to annoying. Also, configure the snooze to an interval that works for you.
Note: By default TicClock will try to use the iPhone/iPod touch Location Services (GPS, Cell triangulation, WiFi) to determine its location. If it is unable to do so you will need to enter in a Zip code to retrieve your Weather forecast.
If enabled TicClock will try to determine your location. However, you also have the option to enter in a Zip code and disabling the Location Services.
Once TicClock has its location it provides the current weather condtions on the main screen; tapping this will display your two day forecast. Also, on this dialog is a Full Forecast button that will open Safari with your complete forecast.
Keep up with your favorite topics! Enter in key words and TicClock will pull down the top 10 news stories. As the stories scroll across the screen you can click on the text to bring up the complete headline in a popup dialog. Intrigued? Click on the Full Story button and Safari will open with the full story.