Shabbos Clock 4+

RustyBrick, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 1.8 • 13 Ratings
    • $0.99



Can't part with your iPhone on the holiest day of the week? We've got the solution!

Shabbos Clock is the app for every Jew who celebrates the Shabbat.


* Displays current time on screen.
* Unlimited Alarm Options
* Alarms automatically shut off after specified duration (10-50 seconds)
* No snooze button to interfere with Shabbos rules.
* Repeatable Alarms by Weekly Pattern
* Set Alarms Based Off Of Offsets Of Your Local Sunrise & Sunset
* Full iOS11 and iPhone X Support

Important: For the alarm to be triggered, you must leave this application open. Closing the program or the iPhone will prevent the alarm from waking you up. Please also make sure your ringer volume is loud enough to wake you up. Make sure to plug in your device to prevent battery drain from not waking you up. Test BEFORE Shabbos to confirm your setup works.

Note: If you are using an iPod Touch first generation, make sure to plug in external speakers to hear the alarm.

לא יכולים להיפרד מהסמארטפון בשבת? לנו יש את הפיתרון!

שעון שבת הוא אפליקציה לכל יהודי שומר שבת

*מייצג שעה נוכחית על המסך
*אפשרויות שעון מעורר ללא הגבלה
*שעון מעורר נכבה אוטומטית לאחר זמן מוגדר (10-50 שניות)
*ללא כפתור "נודניק" המהווה חילול שבת
*צילצול שחוזר על עצמו באופן שבועי
*כוונו את השעון לזריחה ושקיעה של איזורכם
*תמיכה מלאה ל-iOS11 ול- iphoneX

חשוב: בכדי להפעיל את השעון, חובה להשאיר את האפליקציה הזו פתוחה.
סגירת האפליקציה או את הסמארטפון ימנע מהתוכנה לעבוד. אנא ודאו כי עוצמת הקול של הנייד גבוהה מספיק להעיר אתכם. במידת הצורך, חברו את שקע החשמל שלא ייגמר הסוללה. בדקו לפני השבת לוודא שההגדרות תקינות.

הערה: אם הינך משתמש ב-ipod Touch דור ראשון, ודא לחבר אליו רמקולים חיצוניים לשמוע את הצלצול.

What’s New

Version 2.4

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

iPhone X Support

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Sgreen221 ,

Needs Improvement

I appreciate the Rusty Brick Siddur a lot but this app is not on the same level. First, there is no choice of sounds. Then, after I set the alarm I receive repeated notifications to “reopen and re-enable for full duration “ — what does this mean and why is this necessary?

davidrobertfield ,

Garbage and theft

The app is worthless and the people who charged for it are dirty thieves. Here is the issue: if the alarm is not plugged in, all that happens is that it beeps softly once, and the screen lights up with a notification. For the alarm to work, the phone must be plugged in. Leaving an iPhone plugged in overnight will wear the battery down and reduce the life of the phone. Google this if you are not sure. To use the alarm for shabbos, the iPhone has to be plugged in for at least 25 hours, for two days Yom tov 50 hours and three days Yom tov 75 hours straight? Do you want to ruin your iPhone this way? Unfortunately, there is no way to give this piece of crap zero stars.

S. Markel ,

Not practical

Developers, if the app has to be open the whole night on the same screen, that risks burn-in. Why did you make it so complicated? There’s another app that allows you to set shabbos alarms with a much more intuitive method. And that one is free. I appreciate the effort, but I don’t appreciate being charged $1 for an app that could literally ruin my screen if I use it in the way it’s intended to be used.

App Privacy

The developer, RustyBrick, Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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