ABC7 Los Angeles Alarm Clock app available on iPhone
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The ABC7 Alarm Clock iPhone app is now available in the App Store, and it's a fun and helpful way to start your day.
And here's something really cool -- you can choose exclusive ABC7 Eyewitness News alarm tones to wake you up! Wake up to Phillip Palmer, Leslie Sykes, Garth Kemp or Alysha Del Valle.
You can also choose familiar alarm tones, or even any music that's in your iTunes collection.
Set as many alarms as you like, and when you wake up in the morning you'll instantly know the current weather conditions, plus the latest video forecast and LIVE MEGA DOPPLER 7000 HD.
You can also quickly check traffic conditions to get an idea of what your commute looks like.
You'll also have the most important headlines from that morning to keep you up-to-date.
Now one thing you have to keep in mind, for the best possible experience all alarm clocks you download from the App Store need to be running in the foreground to work. So when you set the alarm before you go to bed, don't click the home button -- just plug it in to charge it, or click the top power button to turn off the screen.
The app is available now in the App Store.
In the weeks to come, we will continue to improve the app and include exciting new features. We want to hear what you think -- what you like, what you don't like, and what you'd like to see. Send an e-mail to email@example.com, Tweet us @abc7, or let us know on our Facebook page.
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