UNIQLO WAKE UP

UNIQLO WAKE UP



UNIQLO WAKE UP is an innovative new social alarm app that aims to make waking up every day an enjoyable experience. The alarm music, which is automatically created based on the weather, time, and day of the week, was co-written by 51st annual Grammy nominee Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada) and Yoko Kanno, who is active in songwriting across a wide range of genres including video games and anime (COWBOY BEBOP, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Macross). The app allows users to share a record of their awakening – specifically, the time, weather, and temperature at the moment they stopped the alarm – via social media (Facebook, Twitter, RenRen, Weibo). In addition, the “wake up records” shared by users around the world are displayed in a part of the app entitled WORLD WAKE UP.

App Features
• Users can set an alarm.
• Users either select their location from a pull-down menu or allow the app to find their location using GPS. The app then displays the current weather and temperature.
• The alarm music changes according to the weather and reads out the time, day of the week, and the weather.
• The alarm music vocals are available in English and Mandarin Chinese.
• Users can share the time, weather, and temperature of when they wake up on Facebook, Twitter, RenRen, and Weibo.
• The information users share is displayed in the WORLD WAKE UP part of the app.
• The app background changes according to the day of the week.

Recent changes:
minor bug fixes
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3.8
User ratings
2688
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
12511 kb
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About UNIQLO WAKE UP

UNIQLO WAKE UP is an innovative new social alarm app that aims to make waking up every day an enjoyable experience. The alarm music, which is automatically created based on the weather, time, and day of the week, was co-written by 51st annual Grammy nominee Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada) and Yoko Kanno, who is active in songwriting across a wide range of genres including video games and anime (COWBOY BEBOP, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Macross). The app allows users to share a record of their awakening – specifically, the time, weather, and temperature at the moment they stopped the alarm – via social media (Facebook, Twitter, RenRen, Weibo). In addition, the “wake up records” shared by users around the world are displayed in a part of the app entitled WORLD WAKE UP.

App Features
• Users can set an alarm.
• Users either select their location from a pull-down menu or allow the app to find their location using GPS. The app then displays the current weather and temperature.
• The alarm music changes according to the weather and reads out the time, day of the week, and the weather.
• The alarm music vocals are available in English and Mandarin Chinese.
• Users can share the time, weather, and temperature of when they wake up on Facebook, Twitter, RenRen, and Weibo.
• The information users share is displayed in the WORLD WAKE UP part of the app.
• The app background changes according to the day of the week.

Recent changes:
minor bug fixes

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 20, 2014
Every time bur the very first Hasn't worked since I tested it 1 minute after I downloaded it. Screen goes to black when it's supposed to do its thing
A Google User
Aug 20, 2014
Ok.....harga patut
A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
Not as good as iPhone one.... Why the one on iPhone was so much better than this one? You people are just fanboy and disregard Android users? If put an app like this, better just don't release it.
A Google User
Aug 12, 2014
Weird Some times it works but mostly it never goes off. Even when I have my volume as High as possible and have multiple alarms set, nothing happens. It was a nice alarm but it kind of sucks.
A Google User
Aug 6, 2014
Best alarm Feels good to be woken by her :-) (when it works that is)