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Want to wake up more relaxed, in a better mood? I suggest you try this Alarm Clock.

"Personal Sunrise" is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display. No more waking up from deep sleep phases.

You can try the app for longer than 2 hours - I will re-fund you without hesitation if you it does not fulfill your needs. You need to have several days to find out. If it does not satisfy you, please drop me a note with your order ID and - may I kindly ask - the reason so that I have a chance to improve the app.

Enhanced features include support of:
the Hue Personal Lighting System from Philips
the FHEM home automation (allows commanding the coffee machine, roller blinds, ...)

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!

☆ ☆ ☆

It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device (especially, of course, if you want to use Hue lights). It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.

Anyway, using HUE or FHEM the size of the device does not matter any more at all!These systems will handle the simulation.

Features:
✓ alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
✓ alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
✓ disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
✓ brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
✓ optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
✓ clean and easy-to-use user interface
✓ optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
✓ optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
✓ external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
✓ 'dusk simulation': a red display will to improve falling asleep as well as your sleep.
…and much more…

You can find a more exhausting overview on my homepage at https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/features/

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A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does not require a network except for optional functions like streaming music.

Concerning the rights needed (and used), please refer to my homepage at https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/required-rights/.

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Secondary: Health & Fitness

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Screenshots

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Version History

Launched Apr 13, 2014 (over 5 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 16 days, on average.

Jun 09
2019
(Current)
Version 1.9.29

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Apr 21
2019
Version 1.9.28

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Apr 03
2019
Version 1.9.27

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Mar 08
2019
Version 1.9.26

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Feb 10
2019
Version 1.9.25

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 12
2019
Version 1.9.24a

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 08
2019
Version 1.9.24

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Nov 12
2018
Version 1.9.23a

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 31
2018
Version 1.9.23

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 31
2018
Version 1.9.22

Changes and updates are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 27
2018
Version 1.9.21

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 23
2018
Version 1.9.20

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 21
2018
Version 1.9.19

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Aug 31
2018
Version 1.9.17

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jul 14
2018
Version 1.9.16e

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jun 11
2018
Version 1.9.16d

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jun 09
2018
Version 1.9.16c

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

May 30
2018
Version 1.9.16b

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

May 28
2018
Version 1.9.16

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Mar 20
2018
Version 1.9.15

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Mar 17
2018
Version 1.9.14

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Mar 14
2018
Version 1.9.13

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Mar 13
2018
Version 1.9.12a

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Feb 20
2018
Version 1.9.11

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Feb 14
2018
Version 1.9.10a

fixed OREO "bug"...
Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Feb 12
2018
Version 1.9.10

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 28
2018
Version 1.9.8i

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 15
2018
Version 1.9.8k

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 06
2018
Version 1.9.8j

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Dec 20
2017
Version 1.9.8h

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 20
2017
Version 1.9.8b

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jul 22
2017
Version v.2017.07.23

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jul 17
2017
Version v.2017.07.18

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jul 13
2017
Version v.2017.07.14

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Apr 19
2017
Version 1.9.4a

a bit safer alarm screen (had a customer with a problem)

Mar 01
2017
Version 1.9.3

bugfix, see https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Feb 23
2017
Version 1.9.2e

fixed problem with alarm creation by Google+

Feb 22
2017
Version 1.9.2d

Changes and news are documented at my homepage
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Feb 16
2017
Version 1.9.1

Changes and new fatures at:
https://android.chk.digital/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 23
2017
Version 1.8.23

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jan 02
2017
Version 1.8.22

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Dec 21
2016
Version 1.8.21

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Dec 19
2016
Version 1.8.20

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Dec 13
2016
Version 1.8.19

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Dec 07
2016
Version 1.8.18

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Nov 27
2016
Version 1.8.17

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Oct 06
2016
Version 1.8.16

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Sep 19
2016
Version 1.8.15

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jul 19
2016
Version 1.8.14

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

Jul 15
2016
Version 1.8.13

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

May 11
2016
Version 1.8.11

for the update information/history, see
https://android.chk.digital/en/personal-sunrise/version-history/

May 02
2016
Version 1.8.10

Apr 25
2016
Version 1.8.9

Apr 17
2016
Version 1.8.8

Apr 13
2016
Version 1.8.7

Apr 05
2016
Version 1.8.6a

Apr 04
2016
Version 1.8.6

Apr 03
2016
Version 1.8.5

Mar 17
2016
Version 1.8.4b

Mar 17
2016
Version 1.8.4c

Mar 14
2016
Version 1.8.4a

Mar 13
2016
Version 1.8.4-standard

Feb 24
2016
Version 1.8.3-standard

Feb 22
2016
Version 1.8.2b-standard

Feb 18
2016
Version 1.8.2a-standard

Feb 14
2016
Version 1.8.2-standard

Feb 07
2016
Version 1.8.1-standard

Feb 06
2016
Version 1.8.0-standard

Feb 06
2016
Version 1.8.0b-standard

Jan 14
2016
Version 1.7.8-standard

Jan 06
2016
Version 1.7.6-standard

Jan 06
2016
Version 1.7.7-standard

Dec 23
2015
Version 1.7.4-standard

Dec 14
2015
Version 1.7.3-standard

Dec 14
2015
Version 1.7.3a-standard

Dec 13
2015
Version 1.7.2-standard

Dec 07
2015
Version 1.7.1-standard

Dec 06
2015
Version 1.7.0-standard

Nov 02
2015
Version 1.6.1d

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this!

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


☆ ☆ ☆


Starting with version 1.6, I included a 'dusk simulation' which uses red light to increase the melatonin production, and with (or without) music you can fall better asleep and then sleep more relaxed.


☆ ☆ ☆


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
✓ alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
✓ alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
✓ disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
✓ brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
✓ optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
✓ clean and easy-to-use user interface
✓ optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
✓ optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
✓ external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
✓ NEW: 'dusk simulation': a red display will to improve falling asleep as well as your sleep.
…and much more…


═════


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does not require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, it does use internet access, and (optionally, if the plugin is installed) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Oct 31
2015
Version 1.6.1a

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this!

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


☆ ☆ ☆


Starting with version 1.6, I included a 'dusk simulation' which uses red light to increase the melatonin production, and with (or without) music you can fall better asleep and then sleep more relaxed.


☆ ☆ ☆


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
✓ alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
✓ alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
✓ disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
✓ brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
✓ optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
✓ clean and easy-to-use user interface
✓ optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
✓ optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
✓ external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
✓ NEW: 'dusk simulation': a red display will to improve falling asleep as well as your sleep.
…and much more…


═════


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does not require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, it does use internet access, and (optionally, if the plugin is installed) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Oct 26
2015
Version 1.6.0a

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- NEW: 'dusk simulation': a red display will to improve falling asleep as well as your sleep.
- and much more...


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A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does not require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, it does use internet access, and (optionally, if the plugin is installed) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Aug 20
2015
Version 1.5.22

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Aug 10
2015
Version 1.5.21

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Jun 01
2015
Version 1.5.20

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Apr 27
2015
Version 1.5.19

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


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A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Apr 16
2015
Version 1.5.18

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


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A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Mar 05
2015
Version 1.5.17

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Feb 26
2015
Version 1.5.16

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Feb 20
2015
Version 1.5.15

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Feb 19
2015
Version 1.5.14

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Feb 09
2015
Version 1.5.13

Want to wake up more relaxed, more positive? Try this app.

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.


Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


Features:
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and much more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Feb 06
2015
Version 1.5.12

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.



For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Feb 05
2015
Version 1.5.11

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.



For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Jan 25
2015
Version 1.5.10

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.



For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Jan 21
2015
Version 1.5.9

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It was intended to be used with tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on your light sensitivity, of course, and the brightness of your environment - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.



For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the free plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optionally display a clock with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30"
- and more...


---


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! To play an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast, you need to install the free plugin. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Jan 10
2015
Version 1.5.8a

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Jan 09
2015
Version 1.5.8

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconscious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, playlists, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as one-time alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a one-time alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control (in case a brightness sensor is available) that gets brighter when touched
- optional text-to-speech reading of the actual time during the alarm
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 29
2014
Version 1.5.7a

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 28
2014
Version 1.5.6

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 24
2014
Version 1.5.5

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 18
2014
Version 1.5.4

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 17
2014
Version 1.5.3

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 16
2014
Version 1.5.1

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.

Dec 05
2014
Version 1.3.10a

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.



PS: It had to be renamed - old name was 'WakeLight", but due to the English meaning of 'Wake' that I did not bear in mind I had to reconsider the name as in that case an alarm clock will not help any more ;)).

Dec 03
2014
Version 1.3.9

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.



PS: It had to be renamed - old name was 'WakeLight", but due to the English meaning of 'Wake' that I did not bear in mind I had to reconsider the name as in that case an alarm clock will not help any more ;)).

Dec 01
2014
Version 1.3.8

'Personal Sunrise' is a dawn simulator for Android devices. It helps to wake up more easily in the morning, as your body prepares for wakeup due to the increasing light of the display.

Wikipedia says "Dawn simulation is a technique originally developed to help treat seasonal affective disorder, but can be used as a soundless alarm clock to wake up the body naturally. Typically, the treatment involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of 30 minutes to 2 hours, before awakening.". WakeLight offers you several configuration options for the light simulation (sequence length, brightness curve, min/max brightness) and the sound (alarm sound, snooze timing and sound) in combination with the comfort of periodic alarm templates (with single-alarm removal), and of course single-alarm times. See the pictures. This app is very handy when you're travelling: take your dawn simulation with you!


It is designed for tablets of at least 7 inches, but I have enough positive feedback of users with even smaller devices to be able to state it can be good to try with such a small device.It depends on the light sensitivity, of course, and the environment brightness - but you will be astonished as it works subconcious. Just try, I think you will not regret it.


For sure a unique feature, although irrelevant for 99% of users (just for fun): 'Personal Sunrise' is presumed to be the only alarm clock that can set its alarm time relative to the sunrise time of the current location. ;)


Features:
- alarm tone can be internal tones, ringtones, external music and music stream from the internet
- alarm templates for repetition as well as singular alarms
- disable or change alarm time even of a singular alarm of a template
- brightness, duration and sounds configurable, some sounds contained in the package
- optional display of weather forecast and sunrise/set times (using the WakeLight plugin downloadable from the shop)
- clean and easy-to-use user interface
- optional a clock display with automatic brightness control that gets brighter when touched
- external apps can set alarms using the standard intent, for example Google Now "wake me up at 6:30".


A few words concerning privacy: 'Personal Sunrise' does not collect any data and does neither use nor require a network! If you install the plugin, this app can receive an (optionally) chosen radio stream, and (optionally) the weather forecast. The only data that is sent by my app is your location (latitude/longitude) if required for the weather forecast - you can even manually enter them and fake the last one or two decimals of the data if you like.



PS: It had to be renamed - old name was 'WakeLight", but due to the English meaning of 'Wake' that I did not bear in mind I had to reconsider the name as in that case an alarm clock will not help any more ;)).

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