Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Awaken Comes to iPad : Wake up to your Music
Embraceware have extended Awaken for iPhone to be a universal application which contains a separate user interface for both iPhone and iPad. As a universal application updates for both apps can be released simultaneously and better it saves you from having to purchase a separate version for iPad if you purchased the iPhone version already.
When using Awaken on an iPad you’ll notice that the user interface has been redesigned to take advantage of the bigger display. The application supports both portrait and landscape orientations throughout the entire application and looks amazing on the iPad dock.
There is one new feature exclusive to the iPad version over the iPhone install and that is the inclusion of a “Photo Frame” clock style. It allows you to select photos to display as a slideshow on the clock screen. Embraceware promise this be offer to iPhone users in a later update.
The iPad version also has a dedicated button in the toolbar for the flashlight – shaking your iPad for the flashlight didn’t make sense like it does on the iPhone.
Full Screen Clock
Choose from the following clock styles: Blue, Green, Amber, Orange, Red, Pink, Purple, Classic LCD, Flip Clock, 8-bit, Photo Frame (iPad only)
Create alarms which can repeat for any day of the week. Set alarms to wake you by playing your music or built-in sounds.
Fall asleep listening to your music. Set a duration, select music tracks and optionally have the volume slowly fade out.
Never stumble around at night with the handy built-in flashlight. Choose from a selection of colors.
Awaken for iPhone and iPad is available at only from the iTunes Store for only ?1.19
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