mic_888 · Jan 8, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Smarter Alarm – Wake Up To Info Being Read To You

If you’re fed up with waking up to a blaring alarm sound every morning, why not try out XDA forum member edawerd‘s new application for Android.

Instead of noisy bleeping first thing in the morning, Smarter Alarm will read customisable information to you such as the morning’s weather, stock prices, headline news, sports scores, friends’ birthdays and more!

The dev states that more feeds will be added in future, but wanted to gauge interest before putting in more development. In fact if you find any verifiable bugs, the dev has stated that you can be rewarded with a free copy of the full version of any of his other apps.

The app is available for free in the Market, however for more information, take a look at the application thread.


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