Is there an alarm app in Android that allows Alarms to be set from a web interface? I am extremely clumsy when typing on the phone and often mistype the alarm time or date. But I often have a need for persistent alarms for some tasks and I am tired of setting alarm in the stock Alarm application or even the Time.ly app and getting it wrong half the time.

  • Paid apps are perfectly acceptable Aug 22, 2018 at 16:37
  • Not sure if it's considered as an answer since I think it's more than a workaround: calendar web apps might be an alternative.
    – Andrew T.
    Aug 24, 2018 at 7:51

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I'm also looking for this feature.

I wasn't able to find even a third-party app that would offer Web UI for managing my alarms in addition to the app.

Even excellent tools such as Alarmy doesn't offer this functionality.

I need it because I want to to manage my alarms from the convenience of my desk computer easily for having a better sleep management and setting up my weekly routines.

I've already send numerous feedbacks such as the one on Clock app's Google Play page to Google to enable such experience on the built in Clock app.

So from my experience and research so far, I could say there's no such thing (yet), unfortunately.

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  • Yes, I know, but there might not be an answer; I just wanted to document my experience. Where else can I do so if that's not a proper place? (The comment field was too short for it)
    – Elvin
    Jun 28, 2023 at 20:18

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