Download Random Reminder Ad apk 20.0 free for Android smartphone

13 Nov
Random Reminder Ad

Posted by sgh in Productivity | Nov. 13, 2015 | 3 Comments

Apk file size: 2.3 MB

The default alarm in our Android smart-phone provides us a way to schedule alarm at exact date/time. However there will be some time when what we want is a "evenly spaced out random alarm over a relatively long time span" instead. This app is to provide this feature.

For configure, set Start Time, End Time, Number of random times to occur, repeating, ringtone for the alarm.

Important points to note:
- Set screen timeout to be longer so the ringtone can play longer to get your attention.
- Disable any screen lock because it may prevent the app from waking the smart-phone up to play the ringtone.
- With 15 minutes to test the app, try not to input a high number for random times. This is to prevent overwhelming the AlarmManager in double-quick succession and also allow the ringtone resources to be released in time for the next scheduled alarm.
- Lastly if you find not enough time to test, you can get it first and if not satisfied, drop me an email and I will do a full refund.

The application support English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese display.

Whats new

    Add blink color option.

sgh part of our Productivity and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Nov. 13, 2015. Google play rating is 62.0. Current verison is 20.0. Actual size 2.3 MB.

Download random-reminder-ad.apk 2.3 MB


Jeremiah Heierman

Like the idea I like the idea and need this app but this is lousy execution doesn't work has a 200 ads.

Kimball Robinson

Just barely useful. It's just barely useful enough that I want to keep it installed. This doesn't allow for you to set multiple reminders, or a message to display with the reminder. Also, if you don't notice the random reminders, you end up having to dismiss it multiple times--and it's hard to get past the multiple popups to your lock screen. I can't see any alternatives, or I would switch. The UI design is not close to beautiful. I would definitely NOT buy the paid version. But if you value marginal functionality over no features at all (even if it's kludgy, buggy, ugly, poorly done, and overpriced) this might be for you. I am thinking it might be easier to switch to a "to do" system with snooze options. While the snooze buttons might not be totally random, at least they would be more functional.

A Google User

Great Awesome. Randomly reminding me to keep my act together :)

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