Alarm Clock Gadget Plus – Clock with Alarm and Calendar

Alarm Clock Gadget Plus – Clock with Alarm and Calendar

By Sergey Vdovenko

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2012-04-16
  • Current Version: 1.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.84 MB
  • Developer: Sergey Vdovenko
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.6
Score: 2.5
From 20 Ratings


Alarm Clock Gadget+ is a large custom clock widget with a lot of features. Are you looking for something easy to use yet powerful and beautiful? Alarm Clock Gadget+ is designed for you! 
 Features: - Alarm clock manager and calendar  - Beautiful and customizable clock faces - Information and tasks from iCal - Support for multiple calendars - Work and breaks schedule  
- Sunrise and sunset times 

- Adjustable day and night views 

 - Can be conveniently placed anywhere Supported Languages: - English - Italian - Spanish - Swedish - Russian - German - French - Dutch - Korean - Chinese - Japanese - Portuguese - Arabic - Czech - Danish - Finnish - Greek - Hungarian - Croatian - Norwegian - Polish - Romanian - Turkish Please visit our website to see much more screenshots and videos and let us know your opinion: Video: 
We appreciate your input. Please help us make this application better with your feedback - if you like the application please leave us a review in Mac app store.



  • Alarm clock gadget plus

    By mariemay
    there is absolutely no instructions on how to use the clock. Where can I find some help? Thanks, Mariemay Carlson
  • Does not "Alarm"

    By Priam24
    It say, Alarm Clock. However, when the alarm goes off, it is one single machine "clonk." Nothing resembling a ringing that would force one to wake up and shut off said alarm. That does not make it usable as an alarm clock in my opinion. Yes- I was late to my meeting.
  • This is a wonderful-looking clock

    By delawareapple
    I wanted a clock that displayed day of week and this one does it beautifully.
  • Quite a Nice Clock

    By rws2029
    I really like this clock. The analog hand movement is especially pleasant. Switching between virtual desktops causes no problems to the continuous smooth sweep of the second hand. The calendar integration is also a clever feature, though it's not a major factor for me. For me it's all about the clock. I just wanted a nice looking clock to sit in the corner of my desktop and this is nearly perfect. Here are few things that would make it better for me: The Black/Red/Green/Blue clock bezel could be a little narrower; at least, that's my personal taste. It would be nice if that could be adjusted in preferences. The "Change black/white" feature doesn't seem to work; seems like a minor bug. I can only get a white clock face for the Black/Red/Green/Blue clock bezels. The controls for setting the custom Latitude and Longitude for Sun rise/set are far too small. Using them is an exercise in frustration. Relying on the Automatic setting also resulted in a rather inaccurate Latitude/Longitude result. That preference pane needs some rework but it doesn't detract from the clock functionality, which is the important thing. The alarm seems to lag by about 45 seconds or so; for example, if set for 8:20, you'll hear the alarm at 8:20:45, approximately. Probably not a big deal but you'd expect the alarm to go off at exactly the time set rather than a little after. Looks like another possible minor bug. However, none of these little bugaboos detract from my overall satisfaction. This is a nice clock.
  • Alarm clock seekers stay away

    By Alec from Austin, TX
    I needed an alarm clock because my iPhone is away and thought this would be a good purchase. Nope. The alarm is a very minimal "beep" which would never be able to wake me up for school. The clock designs are cool and everything but come on, let's get the utility down before we start jazzing things up with decorations and iCal integration.
  • I spent $3 so you don

    By emptyCup
    Does not show iCal events. Does not launch iCal. Unlike the image above, if you choose a black dial the black clock hands are invisible against it. Sunrise / sunset was difficult to get working (but finally did). Any attempt to submit an error report generates an error. Other than that it's an analog clock which shows the time. Update: yes it will show iCal events if the time period is not too long and not too far in the future. No labels, though.
  • Looks good

    By Inkogneetoh
    Looks good, but alarm clock is not working for some reason, and like it has been mentioned before color selection is mixed up
  • Nice Design, uses a lot of CPU

    By Plausible_Deniability
    I like this app, I really do: spent $1.99 to get its well-designed features. But it's nearly always at the top of Activity Monitor's list. Why does a clock app, which isn't even visible most of the time (I am using multiple desktops), use so much CPU?? I haven't tested for it yet, but I'm wondering whether my MBP will cook itself with the lid shut, due to this app thinking it needs to run all the time. Fix the CPU usage and I'll rerate it at 5/5.
  • Better

    By Bobby T.
    This version fixes the CPU which was my only major gripe with the app. Turning off the second hand the apps usage becomes minimal, making it easy for me to leave open. There do appear to be a couple new issues, first some of the color names for the frames don't match the proper color. Second the filename for the app is really long now… In the end these issues are not big in any way, and I now feel comfortable leaving this open as I had wanted to when I first bought it...
  • Great functionality; uses too much CPU

    By Pmult
    Really like the functionality on this clock. Can resize and tuck it away and check the time and my day's schedule at a glance. Major drawback, however, is that on my MBAir, it consumes 27% CPU at rest. Starts up my fans periodically because of this load, when I do other things simultaneously. Can't run it in background because of this. Will wait for an update that addresses this.