Alarm clocks have been part of our lives forever. Right from pre-school to college, till the day we wave mother earth goodbye. Since that’s established, having something extra beyond that annoying ringtone for an alarm is always great. Thanks to software, we have a variety to pick from so below is a list of the bests alarms for android devices.
Alarm Clock for Heavy Sleepers
Price: Free / $1.99
Alarm Clock for Heavy Sleepers is a simple, but effect app. You can set an unlimited number of alarms. Additionally, the app does countdown alarms, recurring alarms, and one-time alarms. It even supports Android Wear, sleep stats, and more. Each one can have a challenge mode that tries to wake you up enough to not fall back asleep. That includes alarms for bed time so that you can get enough sleep. The free version and the paid version are virtually identical. The paid version does remove ads, though.
Alarm Clock Xtreme
Price: Free / Up to $4.99
Alarm Clock Xtreme is one of the most popular alarm clock apps. It has the standard alarm clock features. That includes music alarms, alarm challenges, auto-snooze, snooze button customization, and a lot more. The app also attempts to track your sleep. It doesn't do as well as other apps do, but it can provide a little insight. The free version has some of the most annoying ads ever. We highly recommend picking up the paid version if you try this one.
Price: Free / $2.49
Alarmy calls itself the world's most annoying alarm clock. This one has a unique premise. There is a registration spot that you set in your house. You take the phone to that spot when the alarm goes off. Otherwise, it doesn't turn off. That may be too hardcore for some people. The app also includes various challenges and puzzles in order to get it to turn off. It's one of the more creative alarm clock apps for sure.
Early Bird Alarm Clock
Price: Free / $1.99
Early Bird Alarm Clock is one of the basic alarm clock apps. It has the basic features like an almost infinite number of alarms. It also includes themes, alarm challenges, weather, and more. The alarm challenges are pretty decent as well. The app can also automatically change your alarm tone every day. That is definitely among its best features. It's simple and it (usually) just works. The free version has advertising while the paid version does not. Otherwise both work the same way.
Good Morning Alarm Clock
Price: Free / $0.99
Good Morning Alarm Clock is one of the relatively newer clock apps. It also tries to track your sleep as well as wake you up. Of course, that means sleeping with your phone in your bed. Aside from that, it works well. Some of the more unusual features include a white noise generator, weather update features, a nightstand mode, and more. The sleep tracking is a bit rudimentary, but it may work for some people. The app's only in-app purchase is $0.99 for the pro version.
Google Assistant can double as an alarm clock. You simply ask it to set an alarm for you. The alarm then goes off as scheduled. It also supports countdown timers, reminders, and it can add things to your calendar. It always goes through the stock alarm clock app. That may or may not be a good thing. After all, you're here looking for a new one, right? In any case, it's good for those who use Google Assistant and need something super basic and free.
I Can't Wake Up
Price: Free / $2.99
I Can't Wake Up does what the title suggests. It is for those who have trouble waking up in the morning. The app includes eight wake-up challenges to turn the alarm off. The idea being to make you coherent enough to get up before you hit the snooze button. It also has various alarm styles, some customization features, and some convenience features. It's otherwise one of the more basic alarm clock apps. The free version and pro version are almost identical. The $2.99 pro version does remove ads.
The Rock Clock
The Rock Clock is definitely among the most unique alarm clock apps. It has some unusual features. They include 25 custom alarm tones created by The Rock. There is no snooze button because The Rock said so. The app can even wake you up the same time The Rock does. That dude is an early riser, so beware. This alarm clock app is for those who want to get motivated. It does a fairly decent job of doing so. It's also free with no ads or in-app purchases.
Sleep as Android
Price: Free / Up to $3.99
Sleep as Android is among the most popular sleep tracking apps. The app studies you while you sleep. It then tries to analyze how well you're sleeping. It does require you to sleep with your phone in the bed. The app also integrates with Google Fit, Samsung S Health, Galaxy Gear, Android Wear, Pebble (RIP), and Spotify. The app can even guess if you have sleep apnea. However, we don't recommend that you use this as a diagnostic tool. Always consult a doctor! The app is free to download with a single $3.99 payment for the pro version.
Timely is about the only alarm clock that has ever gone viral. It features a colorful and fun design. Timely otherwise mostly sticks to the basics. It has a timer, alarms, themes, and a clock. The app also contains a Smart Rise feature with custom made alarm tones. Google owns the app these days. However, it still gets updates from time to time. The app is entirely free to download and use as well.
They are all available on playstore. Hope this article has helped you decide on the best option for you. If you think there are other alarm apps that should be on the list, feel free to comment.
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