Yeah... I need my snooze and I need it have lots of interval options. That's what led me to Due as a reminders app. The paid version lets you set an auto snooze interval of every 1 minute, every 5 minutes, 10, 15, 30, or every hour. Auto-snooze is what happens when you ignore the reminder. If you don't ignore the reminder you can also manually snooze with options for 10 minutes, one hour, three hours, or one day. I set the default auto-snooze to 30 minutes, but if I need to make absolutely sure I do something at a specific time I can set the auto-snooze for every 5 minutes or even every minute. I don't use it for task management (that would be TickTick), so I don't usually have many reminders set in Due. I use it mostly for the time-sensitive stuff, and set recurring reminders for things like taking out the trash or recycling on Thursday nights.Just tested it and you can indeed snooze but only at hourly intervals.