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To set the alarm time, click on the toolstrip.

In the first field enter the hour of the alarm time, press Enter to go to the second field and put the number of minutes there.

Press Enter one more time and the alarm is set.

To cancel it at any time, click on the toolstrip.
To set a timer, click on the clock, and click on the “A” button to switch it to “T”. It is not too precise now, just waits until (current_time+timer) will be reached.

Change Log:

Fixed button appearance

Older Versions

  1. Version 0.4.1
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    A simple Chrome Clock extension with alarm.

    Change Log:


  2. Version 0.5.2
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    A simple Chrome Clock extension with alarm and timer.

    Change Log:

    + added autoupdate

    + added timer

  3. Version 0.5.3
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    A simple Chrome Clock extension with alarm and timer.

    Change Log:

    fixed a bug with flashing at 00:00 with no alarm set


  1. AnotherGuy says:

    Would have been nice, but I couldn’t actually get the alarm to work. And the interface was slightly confusing. Might be good to have a 12 hour time format as well for American users.

    Using Google Chrome on Windows 7 Ultimate (Signature Edition)

  2. Umang says:

    Sorry … I got it now … I had hidden my extensions bar … Can you place it in the address bar on the right side? … I don’t like to waste space by showing an entire bar.

  3. pcki11 says:

    if you have any idea of how to fit a clock (ideally with seconds) into 19×19 pixels icon, i would be glad to hear it.

  4. Umang says:

    An analog clock? Or how about removing the seconds?

  5. J.C. says:

    Excellent extension! Big Big Big thank you for having the default time set to 24 hours.

  6. Jack H. says:

    Not bad – but I’m desperate for a 12 hour clock display.

  7. Jack says:

    Really good extension but if i uninstall it, clock disappear but tooltip still at the bottom of the screeen.
    I have Windows XP Chrome
    Is there anybody have such problem ?

  8. Weazel says:

    Hey, I’m running Chromium (Ubuntu build 30813) Via Ubuntu 9.10

    Can’t see the clock after I’ve installed, is there anyway to activate it ?

  9. theporkmeister says:

    My suggestions:
    – Option for 12 hour time format
    – Option to hide seconds
    – Redo the entire alarm. Here are my suggestions on the alarm:
    — Firstly, give it sound. An alarm is no good without a loud sound.
    —Second, instead of A and T, which is very confusing and annoying, simply make it so that double clicking on the time will pop up a list of alarms, which makes the next suggestion easy:
    —Allow multiple alarms. A list of current alarms will be on the date and time box along with options: add, delete, enable, and disable.
    —There should be a way of knowing if each alarm is enabled or disabled.

  10. theporkmeister says:

    Oh yeah and I almost forgot, allow options to play the alarms once, daily, on certain days of the week, or on a specific date or dates.

  11. Eph Zero says:

    Same problem as Weazel. Chrome on Ubuntu 9.10.

  12. Lehooo says:

    @Weazel and @Eph Zero:
    I’m having the same problem with this and other extensions and I was pulling my hair over it. Finally I came over some webpage saying that they removed the toolstrip, which is the area where this extension and several others insert themselves, from the latest version of Chrome. This means that the extensions using the toolstrip simply won’t work and if I understand correctly, they can’t be displayed anywhere else either since the area besides the adress bar can only hold 19×19 pixel icons, which is what pcki11 is talking about above.

  13. Eph Zero says:

    Oh, bummer. Thanks for the info.

  14. Armstrong says:

    I think that pressing Control + Alt + B the toolstrip appears, but only when you have an extension that need it.

  15. dawid25 says:

    Hi i cant download any extension, show me some not enable extension, please help, google chrome is hard in use, mozilla firefox is much more easy

  16. William says:

    It’s good but the question is that i don’t like to add a new bar at the bottom of the chrome,would you make it beside the control button?

  17. Peejums says:

    Yeah, i agree about not wanting to add another bar to the bottom. how about up with the tabs, beside the minimize, or beside the refresh button? can’t offer any advice on how to do this however….

  18. latitudes says:

    I can’t see the clock…there’s no even a bar or number anyhow…

  19. Mark says:

    If you make a 19X19 clock it could be set up to have the first two digits (the hours) on top and then under that you could have the next two digits (the minutes) underneath like this:

    Or you could have a little analog clock and possibly do a rollover to tell the time. I would really like to see some sort of clock, because as of right now I have to pull up my dock in ubuntu to tell the time, because I dont use the taskbar. Good luck!

  20. Anoniem says:

    I just don’t see any clock showing up after installing… please help!

  21. ero29 says:

    “extensions not enabled” how do i enable? ^^

  22. Ano says:

    I Downloaded it and where is it

  23. I also have the problem: no clock after install. Can anyone confirm that it is the problem with the extension? Or is there some setting?

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