What makes Puzzle Alarm Clock Apps totally different

Puzzle Alarm Clock

While the app does try to look nice and simple like the built-in alarm apps, the moment you begin to add your first alarm it becomes clear that it isn’t. The options thrown at you include:

  1. The time
  2. A name for the alarm, days to repeat (you can choose any combination of the 7 days, there’s no limitation to daily, weekdays, or weekends)
  3. Alarm mode (if you purchase the pro version, you can change this to calm and or bomb)
  4. Turn off mode (touch, various puzzles, shake, NFC and QR code) with several additional options including whether you want to limit snoozes, annoying sounds while solving the puzzle, etc.
  5. Check if your awake, where a notification appears after five minutes of switching off the app, and if it isn’t dismissed in the next 5 minutes, the app assumes you are asleep again and sounds the alarm once more.
  6. FB motivation, where it posts to your Facebook timeline when you snooze an alarm, or don’t wake up on time such as in the case above.
  7. App after alarm, where you can set the app to launch once you’ve switched off the alarm.

Having listed everything, the app seems INSANE. And on top of all this, they have a “profile” feature which helps you track how long you sleep for. The profile feature also offers to inform you when you should go to bed based on the alarms you have set.

You can download Puzzle Alarm clock here.

Uniquely Android: Puzzle Alarm Clock by Raveesh Bhalla [via phandroid.com]

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