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    I have a very specific need for a timer/alarm app feature. Say for example I start the alarm at the time of 6:35pm. I need for the alarm to ring exactly 1 hour later at 7:35pm, and then 8:35pm, 9:45pm, etc, until I press press to cancel.

    Does such an alarm exist? Thanks in advance!
    Casey
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    Sure... it's called SilentCue (only vibration though)
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/clock/silentcue.shtml

    or maybe this (TimerLite):
    http://www.freewarepalm.com/clock/timerlite.shtml
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    Timing 2.0 might be what you're looking for.
    http://freewarepalm.com/clock/timing.shtml
    I've been using this for a month or so and really like it. The free version allows you to set up to eleven separate alarms.
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    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm still trying out the apps. The one app called SilentCue does not seem to work at all for me, and I get the error message "Palm device with vibrator is required to run this application." Weird...can't make it work at all.
    Casey
    Sprint 755p, 700p, 650 - I am not a geek! Really!
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    Try Bob's Alarm. You can set the snooze at any interval you'ld like.
    And it has a stopwatch and countdown timer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leardvr
    Try Bob's Alarm. You can set the snooze at any interval you'ld like.
    And it has a stopwatch and countdown timer.
    I agree with leardvr that Bob's Alarm will meet your needs, however Bob's Alarm has been rebadged as mobileCLOCK.

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileCLOCK
    http://www.rmobile.ca/images/mobileCLOCK-icon.bmpmobileCLOCK has been widely regarded, among customers and professional reviewers alike, as the single best timekeeping application for PalmOS devices. It is designed to function on any PalmOS device running OS 2 through 5. mobileCLOCK combines intuitive controls, extremely flexible custom options, and robust wakeup methods, to ensure that events will alert the user when specified.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey Cheung
    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm still trying out the apps. The one app called SilentCue does not seem to work at all for me, and I get the error message "Palm device with vibrator is required to run this application." Weird...can't make it work at all.
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