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Wakeout - Workout routines to wake up

By Andres Canella

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Wake up and energize your body in less than 3 minutes with a Wakeout—mini exercise routines you do in your pajamas. It’s the most fun way to wake up.

Wakeouts are not gym exercises. These are easy exercises you do drowsy, using your pillow as a weight. They’re designed simply to energize your body into a wakeful state, ready to conquer anything!

Are you up to the challenge?

Have a powerful week!


In addition to getting full access to all the Wakeouts we so lovingly designed, you guys also get:
- All Wakeouts (65+) to wake out to.
- Keep Going feature lets you extend your wakeout indefinitely until you're energized and ready to get out of bed.
- New wakeouts as we roll them out
- Exclusive features
- A sweet sweet Pro seal


Choose a plan between monthly or yearly subscriptions. You can cancel up to 24 hours before the renew period.

To manage your subscription go to Settings, iTunes and App Store, then tap on your Apple ID, then on Wakeout to manage your subscription.

What's New in Version 1.06

***5 more Wakeouts for our Pro Subscribers!***
- Rousing Neck Tilts
- Sleepy Kickoffs
- Sleepy Knee to Elbow
- Stiff Leg Crunches
- Tap Tap Wake Up

We've also made a few improvements to the iPad UI!

Stay tuned for more!


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Customer Reviews

More control over wakeout exercises

I was really enjoying this app & was using it as a great way to help me get up in the morning. I purchased the pro version because I was tired of the same few exercises every morning. But then upon getting pro, I realized there are a lot of exercises out of my skill level or that I find difficult to do on my bed for a multitude of reasons. I wanted the ability to just turn off those exercises from the library, but there’s no way I can look at a library of exercises & choose which ones not to pop up. It became very discouraging for me to wake up & get 3 exercises in a row that weee too difficult, & so I stopped using the app. If I had more control over my wakeout experience I’d start using it again & be a happy camper.

Movement helps wake me up

Nice idea. You get 18 exercises in the free version.

PROS: The upbeat music and movement helps wake me up in the morning. The very short, simple exercises keep me motivated (but keep in mind that I'm not an "exercise person").

CONS: The alarm turns itself off after a minute and it's only as loud as your device will allow. I'd recommend using an alarm clock as back-up. The app chooses exercises randomly and sometimes chooses the same exercise repeatedly so instead of three different exercises you only get one.

MONEY GRAB: I like this app and would be willing to purchase a "full version" for a nominal price ($5 or less). Unfortunately, the full version is by subscription. They want you to pay $2 per month or $15 per year for the full version ...and subscriptions auto-renew so you keep paying. As a "non-exercise person" this seems excessive. Although the subscription fee might be acceptable for people who exercises every day, I don't think the short exercises will appeal to them. The app developer is misjudging their market by offering the pro-version by subscription.

Good start. I have complaints though.

Very cute app. I'm not going to lie. I downloaded it for the teddy bear on the logo. I'm glad I did.

Now that said, I really would prefer that you could order or pick what exercises you do. I hate getting up in the morning. And honestly the pillow squats first thing seem pretty daunting. I'm more likely to give up on the days when it's a hop out of bed immediately for 20 squats versus a gentle set of crunches I can do without getting up.

Also once I'm out of bed, it's better if I stay out. I'm likely to fall back asleep if I hop back into bed.

So if you could add those features or even just a random skip button I would change my review to 5 stars.

I went pro because I like how obnoxious the app is. It's a great idea.

Wakeout - Workout routines to wake up
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.06
  • Size: 114 MB
  • Languages: English, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 10 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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  1. 1 Month of Wakeout Pro$1.99
  2. 1 Year of Wakeout Pro$14.99