iSnooze sits in your system tray and lets you schedule times for iTunes to
start playing. Spacebar activated snooze, configurable snooze time, gradual
volume increasing, multiple alarm schedules, playlist selection, temporary
pausing when you reach your computer to give you time to shut it off...why I
daresay iSnooze has it all!
At this point, iSnooze is effectively ABANDONED. I still read all emails I receive about it,
but I don't work on it anymore. I switched to Macs as soon as I could afford to (read: I finally
got out of college), and I got older and married and (gasp!) don't get to keep my office in the
Since iSnooze is GPL-licensed, anybody is free to modify it and distribute it. I can provide
access to the GitHub project, or you can
fork it. But at this point, my involvement will
be very small or non-existent. I'm glad it's been useful to so many people through the years
that have sent me emails and even donations.
These aren't screenshots but I asked the famed Lauren to make me an
iSnooze icon, and she delivered. Unfortunately they can't be used as
an icon, but they are good anyway.
I am particularly fond of the alarm clock with the guitar!
iSnooze is licensed under the GPL. You can get the sourcecode here:
Browse the Repository
See iSnooze's GitHub project page
See the Status tab for an important message about the [non-]future of iSnooze
Here's ideas I have for future implementation, and/or ideas users have suggested.
- Use Windows API calls to look for iTunes dialogs and try to close them instead of failing when trying to play
- "The ability to select an airport remote set of speakers for each alarm."
- "A timed turn-off with the option of the volume decreasing over a period, either after a specific amount of time or at a specific time."
- "it would be great if i could select one of the itunes online radio stations to wake up to instead of just my playlists."
- playing from an ipod