Alarm Clock Pro turns your Android into a beautiful digital clock with gorgeous themes and an alarm clock that sings your favorite tunes. There is even a built-in flashlight to light up the darkness!
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This is the ultimate alarm clock app you've been waiting for -- Alarm Clock Pro!
- Choose your favorite music to wake you up
- Select from gorgeous designer themes, big LCD display and more coming
- Turn the clock into a flashlight instantly
All the features that you required are here. So why wait? Grab it now while the sale is still on!
★ Clock ★
- Gorgeous color LCD display: Blue, Cyan, Green, Orange, Pink, Red and Yellow
- Vertical and horizontal modes
- 12 or 24 hour format
- Show/Hide seconds
- Show/Hide weekday
- Customizable auto-lock time
★ Alarm ★
- Select your song as alarm
- 11 built-in alarm sounds: Ascending, Birds, Classic, Cuckoo, Digital, Electronic, High Tone, Mbira, Old Clock, Rooster, School Bell
- Super big Snooze/Stop Alarm buttons
- Multiple alarms supported
- Sound/Music ON/OFF,
- Sound/Music volume adjustable
- Snooze ON/OFF
- Snooze time customizable
- Vibrate ON/OFF
- Sound/Music Fade In: Wake up gently in the morning!
- Alarm works even screen is locked or android is in silent mode
★ Flashlight ★
- Shake Phone to toggle the flashlight
★ Tips ★
- Slide/flick up and down to dim the screen
- Shake to toggle the flashlight
There are a few major updates coming with new features:
- More clock themes
- Sleep timer with music: Play music and set a timer, fall asleep as music fades away
- Secret features that surely will surprise you..
Buy it now before the price goes up and enjoy the FREE updates!
Why does this app need so many permissions?
This app gives you feedback about your mood, as you report it, compared to the data that is captured from your phone (which is why we need those permissions). So, for example, you can see how you report feeling when you are more socially active, measured by number of phone calls and text messages, or when you have been physically active, measured by your accelerometer.
The app does not save/read your text messages or send us any audio recordings. Instead, it is just counting when you send a text, and (just before sending you a notification) it measures the volume of where you are: all we would receive is that you sent a message (we don't save any identifiable data) and that you were in a place with a particular volume. Unfortunately, on Android, it's an "all or nothing" scenario, where we cannot ask you to approve one permission at a time (or only those you want).
What about my privacy?
The data that this app collects about your mood and from your sensors is stored securely on a server at the University of Cambridge. It is only accessible to members of the research team, and only for the purposes of conducting research about how mood relates to your phone's sensor data. We will never publish your data; any scientific publications we submit will only contain aggregated statistics. If you have any concerns, please contact us.
More FAQs: http://emotionsense.org/faqs.html
What is Q Sense?
Q Sense is a smartphone app being developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge for people who want to quit smoking. It works by learning about your high-risk locations and situations before you quit, so that it can send situation-specific personalised support once you begin your quit attempt.
How does Q Sense work?
The app will invite you to log each time you smoke until your chosen quit date (ideally about two weeks after installing the app). It will ask five brief questions about your mood and situation and will use location sensors to establish your location. This information will enable the app to build a profile of your smoking behaviour, so it can send you personalised support messages once your quit date has arrived.
What about my data?
Any personal information collected about you during the study will be kept strictly confidential, and all electronic data will be stored on a secure server at the University of Cambridge.