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Winter Wake-Up Adjusts Your Alarm Clock Based On The Weather

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iOS: Everyone loves the look of a sparkling fresh snow fall, but nobody likes scraping it off their car. Winter Wake-Up adjusts your alarm clock to compensate for bad weather so you can get to work on time.

We’re suckers for clever apps and this is a terribly clever one. Winter Wake-Up, an iOS alarm clock application, adjusts itself based on the weather conditions. If the weather stays clear, the alarm goes off at the regular time. If the weather is awful, it creeps your alarm clock forward accordingly to wake you earlier and get you into the office on time.

Winter Wake-Up is a free app, required iOS 4.0+.

Winter Wake-Up [via GigaOM]

Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 12/30/11

Comments (3)

  1. DrewCPU
  2. CitrusRain

    The time has come to get out of bed,
    since your car is not a sled.
    But it’s also time to say goodbye:
    It’s home that you must leave.
    Will you get there? Traffic’s bad you see.
    Why does the highway slow down.
    Can I get to work without crashing?
    I haven’t got a clue!

    Winter Wake-Up! Winter Wake-Up!
    Let’s finish our nightly rest!
    Winter Wake-Up! Winter Wake-Up!
    ‘Cause the roads are a snowy mess,
    ‘Cause the roads are a snowy mess!

    Sorry. I had to do it.

  3. Bri

    Hmmm just installed and as per every single review in the app store it just does not work… Well done spending time writing an article for a duff bit of software – time well spent lol

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