Do you find getting up in the morning hard work?
Imagine you could wake up effortlessly each morning to the gradually increasing Sound of Summer as your room gently brightens.
Well now you can with the Light Alarm Free.
● Wake up gently:
The gradually brightening light ensures you wake gradually, feeling refreshed & ready to go.
● Wake up wherever you want:
Alarm sounds including Birds, Chimes, Crickets & many more, mean you can wake up to the sounds of your favourite places.
● Easy for everyone to use:
Our user friendly design & default settings mean even technophobes can start using the app straight away.
● You decide how to wake up:
Configure all alarm buildup times, vibration alarms, snooze function and more. Meaning you can decide exactly how you are woken up.
● Choose how your alarm clock looks:
Configure clock display brightness, themes and more, so you can personalise your own clock.
● Save money:
This app is free, so compared to other Sunrise Alarms sold in shops you save lots!
● Bright mornings, Dark Nights:
Dim the screen at night with the brightness slider & use the flashlight in the morning for extra sunshine simulation.
"This application is the best thought out alarm application ever. Not only has it got a great interface, but it manages to Wake me up gradually, almost naturally, with its buildup alarm mechanism. No more abrupt Wake ups in the morning. Great job!"
"It works very well - I was worried that I would not wake up without my normal alarm clock noise so had it set up as a back up just in case - but I didn't need to! I woke up to the sounds of birds chirping no problem, a lovely way to wake up."
"This application is the best nature related alarm I've come across for my iPhone, & I've been looking. The bird sound Could just as well have come from an open window. Excellent sound quality..."
1. Simply update the alarm time (if required).
2. Amend any settings you wish to update.
3. Press 'Activate Alarm' button.
HINTS N TIPS
● To reduce screen brightness at night use in-app clock display dimmer.
● Keep device plugged in overnight (for battery life).
● For important appointments, please use an external secondary alarm clock as a backup.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
By downloading this app you acknowledge that, Seligman Ventures Ltd cannot and does not assume any responsibility for, and shall not be liable for, any damages or expenses you may incur as a result of any inaccuracy, incompleteness or obsolescence of any information or functionality contained in this app and will not be liable to you or to any other party for any direct or indirect damages, any special, exemplary, punitive, incidental, consequential or other damages (including, but not limited to, lost profits or lost time), whether based on contract, tort, strict liability or otherwise, which arise out of or are in any way connected with any access to this app.
Photos (derivative versions) in App are used under Creative Commons (Flickr) from:
MikeBaird (Yellow-rumped Warbler)
Mollie Emm (Wind-chimes)
Feans (Macro Grilo Cricket)
Natalielucier (Bonfire on the beach)
Robin_24 (Rain drop)
Lawrence Murray (Wind Farm Panorama)
App uses sound files by Freesound (http://www.freesound.org):
Evening in the forest by Reinsamba
Chimes by DJ Chronos
Merloth Park crickets by Reinsamba
Fire embers large campfire by Dynamicell
Ocean by Slanesh
Ambient - Rain on Forest Canopy by Arctura
Small eddy on a river by Volivieri
Seagulls by Inchadney
01 Noise by Toine
Wind by ERH
Didgeridoo by Sandyrb
Domestic Cat Purr by Hell's Sound Guy
Alarm Clock by Jackstrebor
Minor bug fixes & updates
Ratings and Reviews
Gentle but effective way to wake up
This is my favorite alarm clock. There’s no startle or stress about waking up to it. Two weird little things though: 1) if you touch your phone at any point in the night there’s a good chance you’ll accidentally un-set the alarm. It’s too easy to do that; and 2) you need to put your phone face-down on the nightstand, as the light feature uses the flash on the back of the phone. If you know these two things though it’s a really nice alarm.
Would Buy if Gradual Sounds Worked
If you tell me something is going to work, then I’d really like it to. For every other issue that people have mentioned, it’s understandable, user-error or easily worked around with Accessibility Shortcuts (Color Filters and Reduce White Point), plus an option for Night Shift. Hopefully, my own issue is user-error, but I lean towards not, as I did the same process for the gradual light.
Ads defeat the purpose
Good concept and easy enough to use, but when going to sleep, the clock has a bright white ad on the screen. So it’s not dark while sleeping. I can sleep with a light on especially not a bright white light next to my bed. And if I block the white light, then I’m blocking the gradually brightening alarm light in the am. I get needing ads for revenue, but put them in places that don’t defeat the entire point of your app. How about when you first shut off the alarm, or in the settings screen, or even the first few seconds of setting the alarm and then fade out?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.