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ClearTime for Mac OS X Demo Download


General Information

The ClearTime for Mac OS X Demo is a universal binary supporting Intel processors using both 32 and 64 bit processors under Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) through the latest OS X release.

When the demo starts a dialog will appear informing you that it's a demo version, and it will run for sixty (60) minutes. After this amount of time another dialog will appear telling you the amount of time time allocated for the demo is over and it will terminate the program. The demo may be run as many times as you like and there is no "expiration date" on the software. Aside from the time limits of the demo, the product is fully functional.

We believe that the application is pretty easy to use and if you go through the examples in the manual, we think you'll find an hour or two should be sufficient for you to determine whether or not you want to purchase the package. The commercial version of ClearTime has no time limits and can run continuously for as long as your system is up and running.


You do not need to provide us with any information about yourself and your e-mail address will not be needed to obtain this download. We do not distribute customer information to anyone and you will not receive any "sales pitch" e-mails from our firm. The only time SCSC sends out e-mails is to alert customers with a paid license of updates or to inform them of important technical information about our products or, in some cases, possible problems with operating system versions.

Obtaining the Download and Installing the  ClearTIme Demo
The download is obtained by clicking on the "Download ClearTime Demo" button below. Your browser should start the download of the file, which is typically placed in your Downloads folder, however some browsers may be configured to put the file elsewhere. You will need to know where the browser is putting downloaded files if they aren't in the Downloads folder. The name of the file will be "ClearTimeDemo.pkg".

The installation of the package is a standard installation for Mac applications, so it won't be covered in detail. All you really need to do is locate the download, double click on it, and a folder should open up containing a package named "ClearTimeDemo.pkg". Double click on that and it will launch the installer and you simply respond to the installation dialogs as presented.  The ClearTime Demo will be installed in a folder named "ClearTime" in the Applications folder of your system which will contain the application, final notes in a "ReadMe.rtf" file, and the user manual.

Special Note: With the release of ClearTime 1.2, the application now has the capability to wake a system up one minute before the launch of an alarm if the system is asleep. Unfortunately this requires that the binary package not be moved out of the installation folder. If you wish to relocate the application (to your desktop, for example) make an alias of the application and move the alias to the desired location.

Security Information

If you're concerned about security and want to verify that the contents of the download are correct and have not been tampered with or corrupted in download, you may check  the md5 checksum of the download. The product is also signed using our Apple Authorized Developer ID.The appropriate data for the download should be as follows:

Obtaining the ClearTime Download

To download the  ClearTime Demo, click on the Download ClearTime Now button below.

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Purchasing ClearTime

If your like ClearTime and want to purchase it, the demo will provide you with a web address in its dialogs pointing to this site. If you would like to buy ClearTime now,  click on the Buy ClearTime Now button below if you wish to purchase a license for it. ClearTime costs $14.95.

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System Requirements Mac Universal Binary
            Icon ClearTime can be run on normally configured systems using Mac OS X versions 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra) using supported Intel processors using both 32 and 64 bit architectures. Supported Intel based systems include all variants of the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro, and Mac Mini.

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