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Good Morning Alarm Clock App

Next up is something completely different from the first two. Good Morning is more intelligent and takes a different approach than the others on our list. Touted as an alarm app that helps you fall asleep, tracks you at night, and wakes you up feeling rested at the best moment possible. All based on sleeping patterns.

It features relaxing sounds or white noise to help you go to sleep, and calm noises for alarm tones in the morning. It will try to wake you up at the lightest point of sleep in the designated time-frame, once set. In order for some of the fancy options to work, you'll need to pay for pro-mode and sleep with your phone near you too, instead of on a nightstand.

We highly recommend this one. 

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  1. Pugwash

    02/19/2017 at 10:43 am

    I’ve stuck with the native google clock for alarms. The increasing ring happens on work days and wakes me up fine. If you can’t get up on time, go to bed earlier :)

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