I don’t think that there is a person on the face of the planet that can wake up at a particular time on their own. That’s why most of us always use either the stock clock app on your Android devices or a third-party app. It’s just so hard to get up from bed. It’s as if there was some force preventing us from getting up.
But, once you get passed the waking up part, getting up is easier. Since most of us the alarm clock to get up, it’s always best to use one that is better than the stock alarm clock app. Here is a list of five alarms apps that will finally get you up on time. I think you’ve been late to work enough times, don’t you think?
Best Alarm Clock Apps For Androids Compared
|1||Alarm Clock Xtreme and Timer||Free / $1.99||Download|
|2||Good Morning Alarm Clock||Free / Ad-free $1.99||Download|
|4||Sleep as Android||Free / $3.99||Download|
|5||AlarmMon||Free with in-app purchases||Download|
|6||I Can’t Wake Up||Free / Ad-free $3||Download|
|7||The Rock Clock||Free||Download|
1. Alarm Clock Xtreme and Timer
If you just hate those alarms that wake up by with a loud sound all of a sudden, then you’re going to love this app. It has various features you’ll find useful, and you can use them for free. The app offers you a timer, Sleep Diary, Set a background image, and you can also choose how you want to wake up.
You can also set the auto-snooze button between 1 and 90 minutes, but you also choo never. The app offers you different ways to dismiss the alarm. You can either press an on-screen button, Shacking device, Solving math problem, Entering Captcha and pressing side buttons.
2. Good Morning Alarm Clock
If you’re looking for an alarm app that can also track your sleep, don’t forget to give the Good Morning Alarm Clock app a try. Unlike other alarm clocks that wake you up at a particular time, this app wakes you up when you’re in your lightest phase of sleep. That way it’s a lot easier to get out of bed.
Other features you can enjoy are a white noise generator, Weather features, a rudimentary sleep tracker, and a nightstand mode, as well. The app is very easy to use, but the design is not as beautiful as the first app. You can enjoy the free app, but if you want to unlock more features, the paid app will set you back $1.99.
Timely has to be the most beautiful design alarm app I have come across. You can add various color themes, Custom ringtones and you can choose from different challenges to wake up. The options you have are to either do a math problem, Shake your phone, Draw a random pattern and play a game called Match It.The app is very basic, but it sure is nice to look at with its real-time effects.
You can either do a math problem, Shake your phone, Draw a random pattern and play a game called Match It.The app is very basic, but it sure is nice to look at with its real-time effects.
4. Sleep as Android
All the alarm apps on the list are great, but I have to admit that the Sleep as Android is my favorite. It’s also one of the best sleep tracking and alarm clock apps out there. The app integrates Google Fit, Spotify and Samsung’s S Health.
It can record any sounds you make at night, tell you if you might have sleep apnea and you can also choose how you want the app to wake you up. You can either make a choice between simple math problems, NFC Tag, Shake it, Say Cheese! And more!
This app gives you various options when it comes to waking up. You can either set the alarm to wake you up with a loud sound or a quieter one. Other wake-up methods include different games, videos, and other effective methods.
The app also has a weather functionality, Built-in timer, Alarm history so you can know your tendencies. You can also give the alarm it’s own color or if you either want to vibrate or sound or both!
When it’s time to get up, the majority of us may need some help. It just seems like you can never get enough sleep and you want to take advantage of every minute you can possibly get. But, there are times when you have to choice but to get up. I don’t think your boss is going to understand you just needed to get some more sleep. Which app do you think you’re going to try out? Leave a comment and let me know!