Mood O'Clock Alarm
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Well-crafted interface
- Ease of use
- Downloadable moodpack
- Nothing special
+ By Stereomood Android
Mood O'Clock Alarm lets you choose the morning mood you want to be woken up
I'm pretty sure you've heard of Stereomood, an original music service that provides playlists based on feelings. Same guys that developed such a great service have just launched Mood O'Clock, an alarm app that lets you choose the morning mood you want to be woken up by selecting one of the available mood-playlist powered by Stereomood. Because getting up on the right mood we'll make your day.
Mood O'Clock's interface is just what a native-mobile app UI should be: smooth, cute and intuitive enough to set it up in a few taps. All of this while keeping the essence of Stereomood app and website layout (same colors and typos). Thus, setting alarms in Mood O'Clock is easy as it sounds: choose one out of eleven available mood-playlist (calm, dreamy, furious, happy, psychedelic, etc.), set the clock as well as other parameters like volume, snooze time, date or status and, finally, connect it to Facebook or Twitter if you want to share your mood. You are just a few seconds away from getting up on the wrong side of the bed.
Mood playlists are streamed from Stereomood's website which means that if you don't want to let your device connected all night long, you should download the moodpack (you can do it from the app). In fact, you can buy tracks from the app through Amazon Store. Original, useful and well-crafted.
Why setting just the alarm when you can set your mood too?
Each mood not only comes with matching tunes, but also with an evocative image as background. Your mood will also be sharable and appear on Facebook... so your friends know how to deal with you!
• select the mood and the time you'd like to be woken up to
• choose between eleven different moods
• every mood has its matching evocative image
• music volume control
• customizable snooze time
• built to work offline as well as backup mp3 music files are integrated into the app
• sharable morning moods on Facebook and Twitter
• if you really love a track, you can buy it on Amazon
Photo credits - @Flickr.com:
CALM, DREAMY, HAPPY, SEXY - Eleonora Viviani
ENERGETIC - Sami Vance
ITALO, MIRAGE - Fabio Cian
NOT REALLY - MArio Zamora Morillas
ON MY OWN - Ana Carmo
PSYCHEDELIC - Aurelien Meunier
FURIOUS - Lorika Boarder
Music credits for the offline version:
CALM - Indian Wells - South Beach
DREAMY - Oskar Schuster - Sneeuwland
ENERGETIC - CjLavoire-TheFirstOfTheYear
FURIOUS - Youthless - The Beasts
HAPPY - The Underscore Orkestra - I Found a New Baby
ITALO - JOLLY MARE - Lingerie
MIRAGE - Melt Mountain - Pink Elephants
NOT REALLY - Marek Iwaszkiewicz - Sleeping Wonder (Piano Improvisation)
ON MY OWN - Dead Times - Lush Lives
PSYCHEDELIC - Dumbo Gets Mad - Self-esteem
SEXY - Anitrek - Halitosis
- 3G and WiFi connection latency fix
- License checking added (to prevent illegal use)
- Some minor fixes
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
I have been attempting to use this app for a couple weeks and it has yet to work correctly. The two biggest complaints are: 1) 90% of the time, it doesn't go off at the selected time 2) if it goes off, it plays two different songs at the same time. Hitti
It does not trigger
No more playlist backup
I can't depend on it to wake up, doesnt alway work. Alarms should be dependpable not just beuatoful.
This app is fantastic, each morning I wake up to new songs based on preference. Alarm has never force closed either, which is a major plus. Please add multi alarm support.
Everything looks and works great, but it only allows one alarm. Sometimes the alarm won't apply the last changes, so it may or may not work as set. I would give 5 stars if these things can be fixed.
I just installed this app and love it, but my sole complaint is that it does not always work. It does not matter if I check it the night before and make sure that the alarm is set. I cannot wake up "calm" if I wake up 45 minutes late because my alarm didn