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On iOS, is there a way to set a different volume (loudness level) for the alarms I set in the 'Clock' app? I'd like to lower the volume for the alarm I use to wake up in the morning, but without lowering the volume for when I am on a call. Right now I have to remember to turn down the ringer volume setting each night, then turn it back up when I am talking on the phone.

Can this be done? I haven't found a way in the Settings app, but perhaps I'm just not looking in the right place.

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There is a free application, called Nightstand Central (the one with the moon symbol) that lets you set the volume of the alarm as you like without changing that of the iPhone.

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Alternative: make you own ringtone for alarm.

An iOS ringtone is a short (< 40s) m4a file in .m4r suffix.

Make it with audio editor (e.g. Audacity). Drag it to iPhone with iTunes.

In Audacity, Amplify with a negative value to reduce the loudness audacity amplify

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There are many different types of volume for iOS. They can all be adjusted with the two volume buttons (as long this is turned on in Settings>Sounds & Haptics>Change with Buttons).

The type of volume controlling your alarms is the Alert Volume. This can be changed by going to the clock app and adjusting volume. You will see a box with a bell labeled "Ringer".

The type of volume controlling your phone call volumes is a separate volume control that can be changed by placing a call (I just call myself) and using the volume buttons during the call. You will see a box with a speaker labeled "Volume".

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I believe the clock alarm volume changes if you lower the volume for videos, games, etc... unfortunately you need to remember to turn it back up after. Pretty stupid imo.

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