Viaden Mobile, a prominent Health & Fitness app producer, today is pleased to announce the long-awaited iPad version of its hit app, Smart Alarm Clock. Buffed up with new features and boasting a totally different design, Smart Alarm Clock for iPad: sleep cycles & noise recording is not only a reliable sleep cycle tracker and alarm clock, but also the perfect nightstand companion.
"After the success of Smart Alarm Clock for iPhone/iPod touch we've decided to bring the app to a higher level," says Yuri Gurski, Viaden Mobile CEO. "Having updated it with some new handy features we've got an app that's absolutely worth it to be installed on a top-line device such as iPad."
The start view of the app shows a full-screen clock face with adjustable themes: classic, analog and digital. It is also possible to use pictures from the device's photo library as the clock background. In addition to the classic features the developers threw in a weather widget which shows the current weather conditions (temperature, precipitation, wind direction and speed, humidity and pressure) as well as a forecast for the user's area for the next 6 days.
The immediate functionality of the app has remained unchanged. Users still get to choose one of 4 alarm clock modes: with or without sleep cycle/noise monitoring and alarm sound.
The unique feature of the app — noise recording — is still in place, too. Smart Alarm Clock for iPad allows users to play back the noise disturbances, overlaying the recording with the sleep cycle graph. This gives users a chance to optimize their sleeping environment and as a result get more healthy sleep. All noises and sleep statistics can be shared with friends with the help of the Facebook and Twitter plug-ins, or sent by e-mail.
To give users an ability to add a personal touch to the app, Smart Alarm Clock for iPad provides customizable sound settings. The app provides a number of tunes for awakening and falling asleep; users' own titles from the iPod playlist as well as binaural beats and guided meditation tracks can also be added to the selection.
via PR Mac