Windows 8, 10 App Alarm Clock HD Receives Performance Improvements

By: Radu Tyrsina
Less than a 1 minute read

Alarm Clock HD is one of the most used alarm apps by Windows 8 users. Now, it has received yet another updated that improves its functionality. Read to find out more.

Setting an alarm in Windows 8 is made possible with some clever apps and Alarm Clock HD is one of the best to use. Antara Software developer takes care of the users that have downloaded the app because they are updating the app quite often. The last time when they improved that app was in the beginning of this month, when v1.2.0.9  had the themes updated, along with other minor user interface updates.

Now, version v1.2.0.10 is here and it brings the following novelties:

  • 24 hour time format now displayed across the app for main clock, world clocks and alarm time.
  • Other minor UI and performance improvements made

You should go ahead and follow the link from below to download and install the updated Alarm Clock HD on your Windows 8.1 and Windows 8 devices.

Download Alarm Clock HD for Windows 8

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