G-Alarm comes to Windows Phone 7

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ga4It is always nice to see Windows Mobile developers make the jump to Windows Phone 7.

On this occasion it is German company Ageye who are bringing G-Alarm to Windows phone 7. 

Coming to the new OS means G-Alarm has to be running to wake the user up, but it also means Ageye was able to ad the ability for the app to monitor your sleep and let it wake you up when you’re in a light sleep phase (illustrated right).

The app also includes some chilling and relaxing sound files which can be played minutes before the real alarm tone gets played and the user want to get up.

The full feature list is below:

  • Monitor your sleep cycle & Sleep diary: Let G-Alarm wake you up when you’re in a light sleep phase.
  • Wake up gently (with two different chilling songs)
  • Access your Zune playlists
  • Tasks (Maths & Mazes) to prevent you turning off the alarm easily
  • Accelerometer control (e.g. Shake to snooze)
  • Vibration
  • Fade in
  • Own background wallpapers

The app is $0.99, has a free trial, and can be found in Marketplace here.

Via WPCentral.com

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