Best Android Alarm Clock
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Here you will find the best Android alarm clock for you.
It seems that the times when we used a regular bedside alarm clock are gone forever. I guess few people still have them at their homes. I haven't been using it since I got my first mobile phone.
What's more now, thanks to Android, we don't have to settle for the stock alarm clock with a horribly screaming ringtone. We can choose from hundreds of alarm clock apps available for our Android devices.
In this article, I will show you five great such apps so that you will be able to choose the best Android alarm clock for you.
My Alarm Clock
This is a very nice alarm clock for Android. It certainly stands out from the crowd. You can use My Alarm Clock as a bedside clock displaying very pleasing-to-the-eye digital clock (see the screenshot below) and current weather. The app also features a sleep timer which will let you fall asleep listening to pleasant tunes.
My Alarm Clock is available in the free and paid version (0,99$) which has extra features.
This is the best Android alarm clock in my opinion. This is also the first custom alarm clock I started using for my Android device. The app lets you set multiple alarms and enable obstacles (if you aren't an early riser by nature.)
The app also has the flip's snooze feature and a speaking clock which will announce the time and current weather conditions. The app is free and free of ads.
Weave Alarm also deserves to be called the best Android alarm clock. This app is a lot different than most alarm clocks for Android. It features Motion Control technology to wake you up.
What does it mean exactly? It means that you don't have to touch your phone to silence or snooze the alarm. All you have to do is wave at it. Wave alarm also displays current weather conditions.
The app is free but there are ads in it.
Sleep Time - Alarm Clock
This is the app which promises to wake you up in the optimal phase so that you will feel rested for the whole day. Thanks to the in-build accelerometer in your Android device, Sleep Time detects movements during your sleep. It then determines your sleep phase and sets the alarm just in the right moment.
The app is free.
Alarm Clock Xtreme
This is the clock designed especially for those who have trouble getting out of bed in the morning. Alarm Clock Xtreme will prevent you from accidentally (or deliberately!) turning off your alarm clock and going back to sleep. You can fully customize the app's interface, ringtones, snoozes and obstacles (e.g. solve math problem or enter captcha) you want to use to activate the snooze. The app also features a stopwatch and timer.
The app is available in the free version (with ads) and the pro version without ads.
Bedside Alarm Clock
This is another very nice Android alarm clock app. Bedside Alarm Clock will turn your device into an elegant bedside alarm clock with a stylish LED display and customizable LED color. If you like simplicity and need only basic alarm clock functions , this is the alarm clock ideal for you.
This is a free ap.
Alarm Clock Plus
This is one of the most advanced alarm clock apps offering the biggest number of features. Practically all of its features and options are customizable. Its main features include unlimited number of alarms, alarm clock volume fade-in, nap alarm clock, music alarm, math alarm, flashlight feature and many others.
The app is available in the free version (with ads) and the paid version (without ads).
Talking Alarm Clock
As the name suggests this is the alarm clock which will wake you up with a voice. You can use your own voice or the voice of any person you want and set your own waking-up sentence . Talking Alarm Clock will also tell you the current time while waking you up. If you want to snooze the alarm ,you just have to shake the phone.
The app is available in the free and pro version (with some additional features.)
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