Top 6 best alarm apps for Android and iOS

Need to become a morning person?

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Stop hitting snooze button and get out the bed!

Then you are in the right place. The following alarm apps are, in my opinion, the best way to get out of bed and start the day!

Top best clock alarms: 6 alarm apps for both Android and iOS:

1.- Good Morning Alarm Clock

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This one takes care of your whole sleep routine. From sending you to dreamland with soothing sounds, to waking you up at the right time in your natural cycle (albeit within a preset window). At bedtime, if you need to make up a sleep deficit, then the app can help you calculate when you need to start heading to bed. During the night, if you leave your phone on your mattress as you drift off, the app will track and log the quality of your sleep. Finally, in the morning, you can use it as a smart alarm clock.

If you’d rather not track your sleep, you can leave the phone on your nightstand, and the app will act like a more typical alarm. You can customize the alerts—for example, the alarm might start off quietly and gradually get louder. You can also choose from a range of built-in natural sounds or make the app play your own music to wake you up.

The app is available for Android (free, $0.99 to remove ads) and iOS ($3.99)

Source: Popular Science

2.-Sleep Better

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Download it for Android (free, $1.99 to unlock extra features) and iOS (free, $1.99 to unlock extra features)

It takes the same approach. You put your phone on your mattress, and the app uses signals from your movements to figure out when you’re sleeping most soundly and when your rest is at its most fitful. You set a time window for your wakeup call, and Sleep Better then picks the best moment in your sleep cycle to play one of 30 different alarm sounds.

On top of the smart alarm, you can log factors like exercise and caffeine intake to track how they affect your sleep. Plus, you get to check up on your sleep duration and efficiency over time.

Source: Popular Science

3.- AlarmMon

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AlarmMon is one of the longest-running third-party alarm clocks out there. Its method of getting you suitably alert in the mornings is to challenge you to a game. As well as wake-up calls, these mini games are pretty fun in their own right.

Get this app for Android (free, extra content from $1.99) and iOS (free, extra content from $1.99). The core alarm part of the app is completely free to use.

Source: Popular Science

4.- Sleep Cycle

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Because waking up is all about timing, Sleep Cycle monitors your sleep patterns throughout the night and sets an alarm during your lightest sleep cycle. Just place it on your nightstand or pillow when you go to bed. If all goes according to plan, you’ll wake up way less tired.

Sleep cycle is iOS and Android available

Source: The Muse

5.- Spin me

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If its name does not tell you enough, Spin Me app requires you to physically get out of bed and spin around in order to shut it off. I dubt there’s a possible way you could cheat on this one.

This app is available for both iOS and Android

Source: The Muse

5.-  Alarmy

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Alarmy for Android (free, $2.49 to remove ads) and iOS (free, $1.99 to remove ads)

Alarmy only stops ringing once you’ve taken a photo that matches one you’ve already registered. It could be the bathroom mirror, for example, or the coffee machine downstairs if you really have trouble staying awake in the morning. By the time you’ve located the designated object and framed it properly, you’ll be awake and ready to face the day.

The app includes other modes too. To disable the alarm, you might have to solve a calculation, scan a barcode, or even shake the phone vigorously. The idea is to wake up your mind and body before you have a chance to think about hitting snooze.

Source: Popular Science

Can’t wait to try all of these alarm apps and finally become a morning person.

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