Get ready for tomorrow morning! Hi Forum, we at Tokkao are happy to bring to you Effective Alarm, an efficient way to wake up in the mornings. With just the right amount of mind activity, Effective Alarm will guarantee full wakefulness for those having trouble at wake up time. Effective Alarm has a professional looking interface yet is simple and easy to understand. You can choose from a variety of tunes to use, from annoying rings to melodic songs. App info is currently processing and/or the app is not yet fully available for sale on the US App Store. Tokkao is pleased to announce today the release of Effective Alarm, an alarm that will not stop until you are fully awake. How is Effective Alarm different from the competition? This alarm will engage its users in a set of activities directed towards increasing their awareness in the morning. When we wake up, our mind is still in a restful state. As soon as we are engaged in active reading and problem solving, even when it is as simple as reading instructions and ordering numbers, our mind becomes fully awake. It is Effective Alarm's job to make sure the users are engaged long in these activities until they are fully awake. Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. As the Screenshot 1 shows, Effective Alarm features a simple and professional looking user interface. It has the familiarity of the regular iPhone alarm yet it improves on the ability to really wake up its users. The alarm is fully configurable, adding settings to set defaults tunes and morning activity intensity. The app also allows for the creation and management of more than one alarm. Screenshot 2 shows a list of alarms and how the users could set and unset the E-Mode, as well as activate or deactivate the alarms, right from the main screen. Although Effective Alarm is an alarm created with heavy-sleeper users in mind, the app also supports the creation of regular reminders. Reminders are alarms without the E-Mode activated. These reminders will notify the user without the mind activities and can be used as a substitute for the regular iPhone alarm.