Wake Up Pro Alarm is a premium app by AppInTheBox. Are you a serial snoozer, or do you just need a great alarm to wake you up and keep you up? Wake Up Pro is so much more than just a standard alarm clock. This premium app was cost $,99 which is now totally FREE to download from iTunes store under Utilities category.
Wake Up Pro Alarm is small sized app so can run in any iOS device. I have started using this app in my iPhone and it runs great. A different type of Alarm app, very interesting and so simple to use. It turns your iPhone & iPad into arguably the most beautiful, unique and easy-to-use alarm clock on the app store designed to wake you up all the time, every time. Buy it now before the price goes up!
★ THE ALARM
• Select your own iPod music, and create a list of your favorite tunes to use regularly.
• 10 awesome built-in alert sounds: Professionally composed to wake you up in a good mood.
• Standard alarm option with snooze capability.
• Wake Up Pro option designed to activate your brains visual and audio senses.
• Background Alarm: So you receive an alert notification alarm even when the app is not running or the phone is locked!
• The ability to have the alarm repeat daily.
• Secondary alert if you try to hit the home button to escape an alarm.
★ THE CLOCK
• Gorgeous HD color LCD displays, choose your colour and theme.
• Vertical and horizontal modes.
• 12 or 24 hour format.
• Alarm indication feature so you can clearly see what time is set and that it is ready to go.
• Auto-lock override so that the clock will remain active all night.
• Simple settings screens meticulously designed to make your user experience streamlined.
• Dim settings so you can set the mood just right.
• Absolutely NO annoying ads.
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later. This app is totally free to download from iTunes.
Current Version: 1.01
Size: 30.5 MB
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