Waking up in the morning is ridiculously hard, especially when snooze options allow you to repeatedly fall asleep again. But there’s an awesome new alarm clock app that promises to wake you up no matter what by forcing users to take a successful selfie. It is called Snap Me Up and it will not stop ringing until it sees your face on the screen.
Some people have no problem whatsoever with waking up at the earliest times in the morning.However, countless others are in desperate need of more and more creative ways to drag themselves out of their cozy worm beds in the morning.
There’s a special relationship between these people and their snooze button. They usually find themselves setting their alarm clock at least 30 minutes prior to their required wake up time. This happens every time because they are aware of the fact that they will not resist the temptation of going back to dreamland for the infamous five more minutes.
Other complicated alarm clocks have been devised, that either require you to solve a mathematical equation to stop them from ringing, or startle you to death with their unearthly sounds that are meant to shock you into an awake state.
But the reason why these aggressive versions have not proven to be successful on the long run is the fact that they convey a feeling of unease to their users, making the first moment of the day an extremely tense one.
This usually makes people stop using them after a short period of time and throws them right back into the warm arms of the snooze button.
For the record, calmer alarm clocks are never a good option for people who have trouble waking up. Soothing sounds like lullabies, classical music or birds chirping usually backfire and make people go back to sleep.
And it makes sense. You have to wake up at an ungodly hour like 06:30 AM and your alarm clock sings you lullabies. It’s only natural that you go back to sleep.
But there is hope! App developer Dehun just might have solved the problem in the most amusing way possible. The new Android app Snap Me Up will guarantee that you have a hilarious morning every day by making you take a selfie to make the ringing stop.
The ringtone of the alarm is of your own choosing, but the app will force you to show your sleepy face to the screen so that it may record your annoyed face. No button pushing is required, so it all sounds pretty easy to do.
If you’re thinking that this app won’t do it for you because you have actually gotten out bed to stop your alarm clock and still managed to find your way back, then you are clearly underestimating your narcissism!
Despite the noise of the alarm clock and the ungodly hour, the makers of Snap Me Up are guaranteeing you will become very much awake before that selfie is taken, just so the picture doesn’t come out too bad.
Let’s face it! Who wants to look bad in pictures and even more importantly, who wants to face that mornings are not flattering for anybody? It will be exactly the work you will put into maintaining the lie that you don’t look that bad at 06:30 AM that will help you get to work on time.
“The alarm will not be dismissed until your face is detected on camera and you take a photo of it, so smile and welcome a new day,” says the man who created this hilarious app.
And the best feature of Snap Me Up is yet to come! If you thought that your incriminating pictures will slip into oblivion once you’ve accomplished your mission of getting out of bed, then evidently you are mistaken!
Snap Me Up will create an entire gallery of your daily pics from snooze town called “My Sleepy Snaps”, for you to hold on to and get a good laugh throughout the day. And who knows, if you’re not happy with the results, you just might find yourself perfecting your early morning smirk the next day.
So sleep tight and don’t forget to smile tomorrow morning in your Snap Me Up selfie!
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