Ever missed an important meeting or got up late for school? Never again with one of these Top 5 Alarm apps for Android 2015! Sleep is one of the most sought-after amenities in this fast-paced and highly-competitive world, and sometimes you just can’t help but get too much of this wonderful pastime. But of course you still have something to finish so set an alarm to get you up before you mess up! Of course you can still set an alarm when not sleeping, just to remind yourself to do ‘this’ at this specific time. Which ones are the best apps for this job? Read on:
The widely-used Alarm Clock Xtreme Free with built-in Timer is a simple app for setting a wake-up call. After the setting the time, you can also select on which days this alarm is supposed to go off so you don’t have to set it again and again. You can also add a name to your alarm for when you have different times set, in case you forget what your phone is suddenly ringing for. Do you have a bad habit of not waking up quickly? Change dismiss settings to solving math problems or entering a captcha for a good challenge.
The Timely Alarm Clock by Bitspin is a really neat-looking app which starts from the icon and goes on into the interface. It is actually four apps in one; a clock, a stopwatch, a timer, and an alarm clock. Each of these features look like eye candy and have fluid animations which is sure to be appreciated by its users. The way you set the alarm is actually very different from other alarm apps, but if you don’t like the gimmick then you can just set it manually like in its peers. You can also change the themes of the app to match your preferences.
My Alarm Clock Free has that added feature where you can project a watch face into your android wearable device. This app uses familiar options and preferences for setting the alarm and even has option to dim the display so you don’t get blinded when using the app when you’re about to sleep. If you have trouble falling asleep, you can also set up a sleep timer which will play either white noise or a pre-selected music but you’ll have to upgrade to the paid version first, which also unlocks the option to use your music tracks to wake you up.
Alarm Clock by MacroPinch doesn’t trouble you with a lot of options and just sticks to the basics of sleep-stopping technology: sounding off when it’s time to wake up. In the main interface is a clock which tells you the time (you can change this into a digital or analog version, and turn it into a light or dark theme), a button for setting the alarm and one for selecting previously set ones, and a button for adjusting various settings such as the time format and which buttons activate snooze. It also shows you the alarms you’ve missed.
The Digital Alarm Clock may not look like much on the first look but it does get the job done and more. It can function as a screensaver with its dark theme, and aside from the time it also shows the date and remaining battery charge. Pressing on the time prompts a speak text function so your phone can announce the time for when someone asks for it but you can’t quite speak at the moment. There are also selections for naps so you don’t have to go through all the trouble of manually setting an alarm to go off in a few minutes.
Never get embarrassed about arriving late to a meeting again with one of these apps. There are plenty in the market right now but the ones listed here are the ones with a few small but helpful functions that can help you wake up more comfortably instead of with a grumpy attitude.