Mobile Devices

January 21, 2014

Alarmy iPhone App Forces You Out of Bed

When it comes to trying to develop new and exciting apps for the iTunes App store, there have been so many applications put out these days, finding one that stands out can be difficult. Whether talking about task managers or credit reporting applications, there are few categories that have been left untouched.  The way to stand out from the crowd these days is to make an application in a market that has already been touched that can do things no other apps already out there can do. Alarmy is one such application that has managed to stand out from an already crowded field of alarm clock iPhone applications.

The problem with almost all alarm clock applications is that there is usually a way to turn them off and go right back to sleep. Alarmy is innovative in that it literally forces you out of bed in order to turn it off. If you truly want to journey back to bed and go back to sleep after getting this alarm off, then you have no one to blame but yourself for oversleeping.

The Alarmy app doesn’t have a snooze feature; there isn’t a chance that you’ll accidently swipe something that will get the alarm to stop. In order to turn off this alarm clock you need to actually get out of bed and go take a picture in a part of the house the alarm determines. Walking around and putting that much effort into turn the alarm off makes sure you’re aware even when you don’t want to be.

If you really think you need some help, the application even comes with accuracy settings, meaning that you can determine just how accurate a picture you need to take. Those who are deep sleepers don’t need to worry about not hearing the alarm going off in the first place, the application has several incredibly annoying tones that are engineered to wake even the deepest sleeper. 

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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