iSleepin Does't Let you Sleep Through Alarms
Article by George Norman
On 15 Nov 2012
It is way too simple to touch a button or wave your hand and turn off the alarm. Sleeping through an alarm is a big no-no when you must attend an important meeting, be on time at your job, or pick up grandma from the airport. I often times found myself snoozing the alarm half-asleep and thus being late for or missing important events altogether. Suffice it to say grandma was not happy when I showed up to the airport an hour late.

Enter iSleepin, the debut app from Everlasting Apps, an alarm clock that will ensure you wake up when you’re supposed to wake up. When the alarm goes off, you don’t have the luxury of snoozing or turning the alarm off with a simple tap. You must play a fun game first, then you can snooze or disable the alarm.

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What sets iSleepin apart from other similar apps, apart from the sleek design and beautiful display, is the aforementioned Snooze Games feature. These fun Snooze Games will ask you to complete a jigsaw puzzle, make your way through a maze, solve a math equation, or connect the dots. Only after you play a game can you snooze or turn off the alarm – and by having to focus on playing the game, you wake up.

As mentioned above, I often times hit the snooze automatically, half-asleep. Also as mentioned above, iSleepin asks you to play a game before you can snooze the alarm. What hasn’t been mentioned is that the difficulty of the game increases every time you snooze the alarm.

iSleepin is available as a free Lite version and a paid Pro edition. The Pro edition is currently available for purchase for the introductory price of 99 cents.

iSleepin Main Features:
  • Sleek, beautiful display.
  • Play a game before you can turn off or snooze the alarm.
  • The game’s difficulty increases the more you snooze the alarm.
  • Customizable snooze duration.
  • Weather forecast.
  • Use your own music as the alarm sound.
Additional information on iSleepin is available here.






Tags: Apple, App Store, iOS, iSleepin, Everlasting Apps, alarm
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