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Rise App Updated With Alarm Control Center Enhancements And Other Tweaks

Just a few days after its last update, the popular Rise Alarm Clock has received another one. This past weekend, Rise was updated for iOS 7 with a slight design refresh and improved compatibility with the operating system. At the same time, it was updated with a much-requested feature in the form of multiple alarm support. Available via a $0.99 in-app purchase, Rise's multiple alarm support lets you set custom alarms, each with its own label and repetition configuration. All alarms can be managed in the app's new alarm control center. And with the latest update to Rise, the alarm control center has been improved to enable you to reorder alarms using drag-and-drop. This action is initiated by long-pressing the sides of alarms in the list, as opposed to long-pressing the center of the same, which lets you edit alarms instead. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The new update also brings support for podcasts and iCloud songs back to SleepTunes, as well as the following tweaks:
  • Added in Flux Capacitor
  • Added tap to focus for large clock snapshot
  • Added alarm tones in notifications
  • Added in Progressive Tones on / off preference
  • Made Progressive Tone duration longer
  • Adjusted tones for length for notifications
  • Adjustments / optimizations to Alarm Control Center scrolling
  • Tweaked long press thresholds for Alarm Control Center
  • Refined snooze animation from time resize
  • Fixed "Quick Alarm" name localization bug
  • Fixed settings sound view close crash on switching
  • Fixed alarm battery drain issue
  • Fixed gradient label issue
  • Better dim handling and dim bug fixes for large clock
  • Better large clock snapshot image quality
  • Better large clock snapshot time quality
  • Updated Hungarian localization
The new version of Rise Alarm Clock is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later. Rise Alarm Clock is included in AppAdvice's Best Alarm Clock Apps For iPhone AppGuide.
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