TravAlarm NYC app has all the functional and aesthetic alarm clock features, and can also receive subway updates from Metropolitan Transport Authority (MTA) of New York City and then use that information to wake you up earlier than a set alarm in case there is a delay on any 3 of your favorite subway lines. So now you can use a different line instead or just leave early to make up for the delay.
The app is available for the iPhone and Android platforms.
TravAlarm in the Press:
Chicago Tribune said: 'Use the TravAalrm app, if you don't want to wait on the platform for a delayed train.'
Washington Examiner Newspaper Article said 'Metro delays? iPhone TravAlarm app can help you arrive on time'
The Hoya Newspaper Article said 'New TravAlarm App Eases Commute'
Featured in the WGN720 Chicago and various other Radio Stations too!
TubeAlarm (London's version of TravAlarm) was Apple's staff favourite app for a month among other popular apps like Groupon and Cut the rope.
★ Clock Features ★
- Aesthetic LCD Display for the clock screen
- Select from different colours with different brightness to suit the clock showing in the dark
- Vertical and horizontal modes
- Customizable screen auto-lock time
★ Alarm Features★
- Can detect delays and wake you up earlier if there are delays on any of the New York City Underground subway / rail/ bus lines.
- Can set 3 favorite subway / rail / bus lines and it will detect delays, suspensions due to subway strikes, signal failures etc
- Select multiple music from your iPod music or playlist to wake you up
- Built-in alarm sounds – Beethoven Fur Elise, Marche Militaire, Mozart Rondo Alla Turca
- Snooze on /off
- Customizable Snooze time
- Alarm works even screen is locked with notification alarms
★ Example of it working★ Suppose you set the alarm to wake up at 8:00 AM. And you take the subway 123 and Montauk Rail line to work so you set delay early wake time to 40 minutes for both lines. Then if there is a delay in the subway 123 or Montauk Rail line, then it will wake you up at 7:20 AM. It will give you a spoken warning on which line the delay is on.
Its so much more convenient to be woken up with that information instead of having to fiddle around on the internet trying to check the status of your favorite subways. Not only that you get woken up earlier so you can make up for that delay by leaving earlier or take another route into work thereby never being late again.