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FreakyAlarm — The Puzzle & Scanning Alarm That Wakes Your Brain

By Enrico Angelini

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The most effective alarm clock ever. FreakyAlarm wakes your brain and forces you to get out of bed because you will have to solve a series of games and scan your objects (a barcode or whatever you photographed), otherwise the alarm will not stop ringing.
DON'T TRY TO RESIST! FreakyAlarm is designed to live in the background and hunt the sleepyheads!

Have you a complicated relationship with your alarm clock? Are you a chronic snooze button hitter? Are you the fastest hand in the world to turn off alarms? Are you tired of being late on every important date? Then FreakyAlarm is the alarm for you.

► 9 effective logic GAMES
► 5 PRIORITY levels that determines the combination of the games, the level of difficulty of the questions and annoyance of the sounds
► 30+ annoying SOUNDS and you can add your music
► RANDOMNESS to avoid habit-forming

You can register:
◆ BARCODES (product codes or QR codes)
◆ WHATEVER you photographed

The mission of FreakyAlarm is to wake you up at any cost!
You don't need to keep the app in the foreground on your screen like other alarms. FreakyAlarm remains vigilant in the background, it turns on again even if you close the application and rings until you wake up.

FreakyAlarm not only wants to force you to wake up, but also provides a means to control your own path to "recovery" by monitoring the trend of progress. The unit of measurement is the iWake coefficient that summarizes all the monitored statistics in a single value.

FreakyAlarm monitors the progress of the iWake coeff. over time and you can unlock badges in the case of special results (e.g. 7 consecutive days with high iWake) or of particular situations (e.g. 15 wrong answers in the same alarm).

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What's New in Version 2.1.2

Just a minor update for iOS 7 to fix a problem with 'Prevent Auto-Lock' setting.

Full iOS 7 interface update coming soon!

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Customer Reviews

Perfect for Chronic Snooze Button Hitters

I tried 8 other apps before buying this one. All the others failed in actually getting me up in the morning. They were too easy. I even ordered a sunrise alarm... That didn't work either. If it's difficult for you to get out of bed and get moving in the morning, this is the perfect app for you. You can customize the level of annoyance and difficulty. I really had to use my brain to solve the math problems. Other puzzles alarms don't compare. I realized all too quickly that I can solve simple problems and puzzles and go right back to sleep. Thank you for an inexpensive way to get me up when I need to be. No more being late!

Well worth what I paid!

I hate this alarm. Which is good, because that means it's doing its job. This alarm is NOT easy to turn off at all, once it's going you'll pretty much have to delete it to make it stop other than solving the puzzles. It'll take me about ten minutes give or take to finish solving the puzzles on the highest importance setting. The barcode feature forces me to walk around the house too! The noises it uses are just annoying and loud enough to get you up, but not the rest of the house. Wonderful! This sounds like an ad but since there's really no other reviews I thought I'd expand on the features a little.

Not worth it.

While FreakyAlarm has some good ideas, it flops when it comes to execution. An alarm doesn't ring when it goes off; a notification to head to the alarm does. If you want to have an alarm play, you have to not only have the app open, but have it be on the screen. If you don't, expect to oversleep because your notifications are on silent.

Overall, it treats itself like an app game, with achievements and everything. Actually waking you up, on the other hand, it loses track of in comparison to 'get out of bed' barcode scanning games and how difficult its puzzles are. If you want a proper alarm, head somewhere else.

FreakyAlarm — The Puzzle & Scanning Alarm That Wakes Your Brain
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  • $1.99
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated: Oct 17, 2013
  • Version: 2.1.2
  • Size: 20.5 MB
  • Languages: English, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Vietnamese
  • Seller: Enrico Angelini

Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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