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AlarmDisplay will add a badge to your Clock.app with how many active alarms, total alarms, or just keep the normal no badge. It will also put the next active alarm up in the Carrier spot when the Carrier Name is tapped, to change this back just tap the Alarm Time. Due to this it will conflict with any other Carrier Name Swappers you may have, including WiCarrier. AlarmDisplay is NOT 4.0 Compatible, but will be soon!┬* Need help jailbreaking your iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad? Check out this these guides<blockquote>Name: AlarmDisplay | Download from: Cydia, via bigboss | Price: Free</blockquote><div id="_mcePaste" style="overflow: hidden; position: absolute; left: -10000px; top: 0px; width: 1px; height: 1px;">If you want more iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad apps, wallpapers, rumors, details and info, take a look at the Daily iPhone Blog! - Your iPhone, Your way.</div>
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