More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Sleep Sense: The New Way To Monitor Your Movements
If you are like me and get around 5 hours of sleep a day, then this application can tell the story pretty clearly for you and your doctor. The application, created by XDA member ajhvdb, has been updated since the last time we touched upon it with some new an exciting features.
When installed on your device, you simple place it next to your pillow, and run it while you sleep. Your night movements get recorded by the app using the G-sensor to measure the bed shaking.
- Monitors your sleep cycle
- Wakes you up gently
- Alarm clock
- Multiple Alarms
- Choose Sounds
- Choose Pictures
- Run once
- Repeated Alarm
- View your Sleep cycle
- Multiple charts
- Sleeptimer closes your player
- Simple or Advanced mode
- Integrates with the windows Alarm
- Snooze alarm by shaking
- Snooze alarm by turning around
- Multiple Themes
- Multiple Languages
# July 2010, 0.65 Beta
If the feature list is not enough to get you in the door, then I might add that its free from the source
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