I haven't used Turbo alarm for a while, but now I've had to, because the built-in Google Clock started acting up on Android 8, by missing alarms.

I was setting up Turbo alarm on my Nokia 6 with Android 8.1, when I've came across a bug. When I tap on the item to configure the alarm default settings and the one for setting up the Security Alarm, Turbo alarm crashes. I'm using the TalkBack screen reader, but I've tested without it running and the result is the same, so the fault is not in TalkBack. Is this a known issue?

I now saw the new methods for setting up the time of the alarm. They seam interesting. But in terms of accessibility, they have some issues. And that is that some of the controls in them don't have proper labels for accessibility (compatibility with TalkBack). The problematic controls are the ones for confirming, canceling, deleting a digit and the one for switching between AM and PM. Those controls are in the "Keypad" and "Grid" views/modes. Can you do something about it?

Thanks much in advance!

Hello,

A feature suggestion, if I may. How about adding options to backup/restore alarms and/or program settings? So when we switch to another device for example or we when do a factory reset of our device, we can restore our previously backed up settings and alarms.

Hello,
I have some feature requests again:
1. Action - Swipe up (minimum 50-60% of screen's length) - I would use it to snooze alarm
2. Vibration pattern when snoozing alarm (maybe 2x 100 ms vibration, doesn't matter but it can't be the same as vibration for closing alarm
3. System font for clock
Thanks!

Could you implement an option to start vibrations with delay?
Best regards

Hello,

I saw the new option for specifying a date for the alarm. But the date picker seams to be a little bit buggy. The fields for choosing the date and the year are OK, but the one for choosing the month is not. Because it is a text field, but when I try to enter the first letter of the name of a month, the text does not get entered in the field at all. Same applies if I try to enter a digit. Am I doing the month picking wrongly?

The test is done on a Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini (SM-G800F) running Android 4.4.2. Turbo Alarm is version 3.2.6. The phone and Turbo Alarm are in Bulgarian.

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Hello,

I want to report a small visual glitch in Turbo Alarm. The string "Defined by user" in bulgarian, located in the dialog about enabling the weather forecast and specifying the location is split on 2 lines and the 2nd line is vertically cut off, as you can see on the screenshot. This does not happen with the english translation. I think however, that there is enough space and there is no need to split the string on 2 lines in the first place (though I'm not sure about it). But in any case, I think that the text containers for the 3 radio buttons can be expanded horizontally on the right, because now their right border seams to go only to around the first 2/3 of the dialog (see the focus rectangle of TalkBack on the screenshot).
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Hola a todos,
Debido a un problema con el servidor que proporciona los datos del pronóstico meteorológico he tenido que actualizar la aplicación. ¿Me podéis confirmar que os funciona correctamente una vez hayáis actualizado (estará disponible para descargar en Google Play una hora)?  Si podéis, me vendría bien que probárais a cambiar la posición de la previsión a otra ciudad para probar que la previsión meteorológica se actualiza correctamente.
Un saludo y gracias. 

Hi all, 
Due to a problem with the weather forecast server, I have had to update the app and I would like to know if now it works  as expected. The update will be available in Google Play in one hour or so. Once you update, could you check if changing the position of the weather forecast the data is updated accordingly? 
Thanks for everything, 
Fran.

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I want to make a feature suggestion/change for Turbo Alarm. When TalkBack's focus lands on an alarm item in the list of alarms, the time of the alarm is send to TalkBack in a strange way. For example, 18:35 is send as "18:, 35" (see the attached screenshot). I think that the comma and the additional space should be removed, so the time is send to TalkBack as "18:35". Some speech synthesizers (e.g. Vocalizer) can interpret and speak in a more friendly way the time if it is send that way.

Thanks much in advance!

P.S.: Actually, I think Turbo Alarm sends the time to TalkBack that way in all places, and not only in the list of alarms. Is it intentional?
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Hello,

I want to make a feature suggestion for Turbo alarm. The possibility to set an alarm to go off at a specified date. Let's say for example that I need an alarm/reminder for something at a specific date. If the date is not in the upcoming week, I can't set Turbo Alarm to ring at that date/day, because at present I can only set Turbo Alarm to ring at a specific day of the week via the alarm repetition function (witch in itself is not an ideal solution for this case, even if the date in question is in the upcoming week). So, can a function be added (specially for non-repeating alarms) to ring not tomorrow or on a specified via the repetition function day of the week, but on a date specified in the properties of the current alarm?

Thanks much in advance!
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