Citrus Alarm Clock v1.0.5

Checker on 6 Aug 2014
  • 503KB (uncompressed)
  • Suggested by leloo

Citrus Alarm Clock is a software alarm clock that supports features like multiple alarms, fade-in alarm for relaxed awakening, mute audio overnight until alarm time etc. It plays any audio file using the default media player for that audio file type.

Note: This software has gone payware so we are linking to a site that's hosting the last free version.

System Requirements: Win98 / WinME / Win2K / WinXP
Writes settings to: Application folder
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the installer and install to the default folder
  2. Copy all files (except uninstall.exe and unins000.dat) to a folder of your choice
  3. Uninstall the application
  4. Launch citrusac.exe

11 comments on Citrus Alarm Clock  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Permtemp2003 2008-03-13 18:14

No longer freeware!

Try it, Free!

Citrus Alarm Clock is free to try for 30 days, and if you decide to keep it, it's only $12.95! Technical support is available in the online support forums, and help documentation is included with the download. Try it today!"

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Sev 2008-04-14 01:33

Sucks, no longer freeware and I think it's not portable anymore either. Way to kill a good program.

marcus 2008-08-03 08:13

This program turned payware!

Arithmomaniac 2008-08-17 11:19
stu 2009-08-02 10:55

I used to use this for changing the playlists in the hotel I work at from breakfast to dinner, its a simple program and fitted quite well with our use, but its not worth $13 so we have decided to use Damnsmalllinux and a series of cron jobs. there are plenty of options to using this software. for just a simple alarm clock, try winamp and the alarm clock plugin. congrats to Mark McIntyre for realising his greed.

ListenUP 2009-10-21 01:42

This is NOT freeware....

lex 2010-01-04 11:27

Nice program *BUT* I am unhappy that my time was wasted and I was tricked into downloading and experimenting with it (version 2.1) -it is not portable freeware but a 30 day trial. This program should be removed from

Snidely Whiplash 2010-09-01 17:40

I wonder why this non-freeware program is still being updated here?

Midas 2013-11-06 17:48

Anyone interested in portable alarm clock software should take a look at Free Alarm Clock:


tomcat 2014-09-16 11:05

For me it's useless, as it loses all settings once you exit it.


tomcat 2014-09-16 14:18

I've tried the Free Alarm Clock proposed by Midas above, and it's clearly superior, the best of the lot in fact.


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