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Description

■ "World's Most Annoying Alarm App, featured by Cnet, Gizmodo,Huffington post etc."
■ #1 in the category in 80 countries, including Germany, France, and South Korea. (Appstore)
■ Features "Photo Mode" (Get out of bed and take a picture of registered place to turn off alarm)
■ Also support "Shake Mode" (To turn off alarm, shake your phone) and "Math problem mode" (To turn off alarm, solve the math problem)
■ No more late mornings for you

■ How to turn off the alarm ? (Picture dismiss mode)
- Register a place where you want to turn off the alarm.
- When alarm starts ringing, you will have to go to the registered place and take a picture.
e.g.) If bathroom is the registered place, wake up and take a picture of the bathroom.

■ Tip
- good place to register : bathroom sink, front door, shelf, desk, specific object, far from bed
- bad place to register : brightness changes frequently, close to your bed, cealing, floor
- If the currently registered alarm picture is too easy or too difficult to turn off, please register a new place :)

Alarmy (Sleep If U Can) is the innovative solution for those who just can’t seem to get up on time, even with an alarm clock. This app has been cleverly designed to force you to get out of bed. You set it up by registering a photo of an area or room in your house. Then once the alarm is set, the ONLY way to make it stop ringing is to get out of bed and go take a photo of the registered area.

The World’s Most Annoying Alarm
Dubbed as “the world’s most annoying alarm”, Alarmy has quickly become a favorite mobile app among users. It has been featured in Gizmodo, Cnet, and at Huffington Post, and is currently Number One in its category in 70 countries, including France, Germany, and South Korea.

Users are truly enjoying this app and many have devised their own unique methods around the alarm’s requirements. For instance, you could register the foot of the bed as your location, then you would only need to wake up enough to take a pic of the foot of your bed and then go right back to sleep. Of course, this totally circumvents the whole purpose of the app but has become a fun pastime for many users.

Works Better Than Other Alarm Clocks
Other creative locations that users have come up with include the ceiling of their room, a nightstand, or the floor. If you’re more serious about really getting up on time, then how about registering the bathroom sink or an item in the kitchen?

Though the app has sparked lots of interest and has proven to be really entertaining, it will definitely get you out of bed. If you absolutely MUST get up on time for an important appointment or job interview, then this would be the perfect solution.

What's New

Version 4.8.1

• Alarmy is now universal app, officially supporting iPad!
• Random ringtone now works properly works.
• Fix several layout issues espcially on iPhone X.
• Sleep music feature is redesigned.
• Minor bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

8K Ratings

8K Ratings

10/10 would recommend

One_Direction_Lover_Liam;)

As a college student with insomnia (not related to college) and difficulties waking up, I am extremely satisfied with Alarmy! I have tried sooo many techniques, apps, and alarm clocks, all of which I’ve been able to either sleep through or turn off in my sleep within the first couple of weeks. I love that I can set as many alarms as I’d like for different occasions and that each alarm can have a unique alarm task. I have all of mine set for math problems at carrying difficulties, and it’s proven very beneficial in stimulating my brain so I don’t go back to sleep after simply taking a picture or pressing a button.

Non-related to the alarm functions themselves, I absolutely love the screen emerging after wake up tasks have been successfully completed. Not only does it feature daily news, horoscope, and news widgets, but it also lists the day’s weather in comparison to the previous day. For example, if yesterday was sunny and 85 degrees, today’s reading might list the temperature as 77 and underneath would say, “8 degrees cooler than yesterday,” or, “rain showers on and off today. I have never seen this in any weather app, let alone an app in which meteorology is not the primary focus.

Developer Response

Hi. This is delightroom.
We are very happy to hear that. We will always do our best to get the good feedback and make the quality of Alarmy better. Please keep an eye on us!

Thanks :D

Used to love this

Meggs over easy

I don’t know what happened.. it used to work great no matter what. Silent mode and do not disturb would be on, and I would do other things on my phone after I set the alarm and it would go off no matter what.. the only restriction I ever found was closing out all apps after its set, which is understandable... but now all the sudden it’s not making any noise in the morning. I test it at night after a few late days to work from this happening.. and it works fine, with the silent switch on.. but morning comes and it just vibrates and sends a notification back to back literally every second or two.. so I wake up on my own and have a million notifications that it’s going off, but it’s not. What’s the deal?! Is the only way to use this now is by having the volume and calls available? I take no chances of someone interrupting my sleep!

Response to developer: Thank you for getting back to me but I said originally that having it in silent mode AND do not disturb was never a problem in the past... is this because of an iOS update or something? I get calls at all times and really don’t want to have to be woke up by phone calls and texts just to be able to hear my alarm! I stopped the do not disturb but still switch the silent flip at night... guess I’ll have to go buy an old school alarm.. I don’t see a solution to this problem.

Developer Response

Update : If using DND is essential, you can use scheduled do not disturb mode. It's an iOS built-in functionality which enables you to turn on/off DND mode at scheduled time. This way you can have your DND mode at night and turn it off automatically in the morning.

Old Answer : As you told, Alarm rings properly in silent mode If you open Alarmy in background. However, Some times iOS system force close activated app while you are not using your phone for a long time(e.g, Sleeping time). I'm not sure It seems that this force closing occurred more in latest version of iOS. We are very sorry that you experienced problem with Alarmy. If there are any issues that come up during your use of Alarmy, please let us know. We will fix the issue immediately. Thanks.

Wow

fluffify

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Hi, Im 13yrs old and I am NOT a morning person. I have a very hard time getting up in the morning. This app has helped me a lot. I have it set for 15min before the time I have to me out of bed. It makes me do three math problems and answer the correct answers before the alarm will turn off. You can of course choose different mind or body activities I just chose math. Until after I had this app downloaded I realised it also has "White noise" calming noises to listen to, to go to sleep. There are different choices I tend to listen to the Medium rain with thunder, you can set a time for the sound to play so it doesn't go all night. It shows you the weather, the news and topics you enjoy when you wake up. The only thing that personally doesn't bother me is that you have to have the app open in the background in order for the alarm to go off. Over all I truly enjoy this app and it is a great help to me so I strongly suggest you download it!⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Information

Seller
Delight Room Co., Ltd.
Size
150.6 MB
Category
Lifestyle
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
Copyright © 2018 Delight Room Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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