Works This works really well & recognized the voice really good. My only problem is that when i say snooze, it stops then 6 sec later it comes on again & keeps doing that, instead of snoozing for 10mins like i put down. Not sure if there's a bug, but please fix. Thanks!
Not bad I missed my note 2 voice alarm i have the note 4 now (samsung you stupid for getting rid of alarm ) this alarm is better than others in that it's simple i have recorded "stop " to deactivate the alarm instead of snooze. One question how does the voice deactivation timer work and what is it for i noticed one other app user said about it. How can samsung install such an on board app and yet app developers find it hard to integrate a voice alarm
Good voice stopping but it needs 3 things. 1, a name to the alarm and 2, read out that name. And 3, custom ringtones. I want to call an alarm Wake Up and i want it to say that and play the ringtone i choose from my own list. 5 stars when it has these 3 features added. 1 star for each feature
Galaxy Note 5. App used to work fine. *But since the update, alarm does not work, does not recognize my voice commands properly. Way below average now, too inconsistent. How can I fix this or I want my money back?
Waiting for the silence As others have mentioned, waiting for the silent listening period is annoying. Not sure how Samsung did it with their alarm, but that's the only shortcoming here really.
Good, could be better I'm looking for an alternative to the wonderful stock alarm clock I had on my Galaxy S3 to replace the lacking alarm clock on my Xperia z3. Samsung's alarm clock with built-in voice recognition was great. While this provides similar functionality that I am looking for, it can be improved in a number of ways. The main improvement is this: Get rid of the concept of the voice recognition timer. Allow the alarm sound to continuously play while at the same time being able to listen to the deactivate command. By default, waiting 5 seconds before being able to speak a voice command is irritating. Then having the alarm sound completely go quite while the app listens for a command is even more frustrating. This will certainly allow me to sleep through the initial alarm and miss the opportunity to verbally stop the alarm at all. tl;dr: Once the alarm sounds, let it not only continue to make noise until it is stopped or snoozed, but allow voice recognition to happen immediately. Also, allow offline voice commands and you, developer, get your hands on the Galaxy S3 stock alarm clock and heavily borrow the functionality of that app. However, you are on a really good start with this app!
Updates on version 1.2.2
* Removed interstitial add.
* Minor UI improvements