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Alarm Clock App Makes You Take a Specific Picture Before it Shuts off

by Lambert Varias
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Korean developer Delight Room has contributed another weapon in the never ending battle to get us out of bed. Sleep If U Can is an alarm clock app for both iOS and Android devices. It has a mode that requires you to re-take a picture before it shuts down. The idea is for you to take a picture of something that’s far away from your bed, so you’ll have to get up to shut the alarm in the morning.

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It’s actually smart enough to force you to take a picture of the correct object, so unless you have a similar object lying next to your bed, you’ll have to get up.

Sleep If U Can is available on both the iTunesApp Store and the Google Play store for $1.99 (USD). I wonder what would happen if you set a picture that you can never take again, like some random stranger or a cloud.

[via Geekologie]

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