Wake up with Code Clock: Crack the code to turn it off

By on Nov 2, 2010 at 6:08 am

Rockville, Maryland – Cause Technologies, Inc. today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of their new app called Code Clock. This unusual alarm clock was created to become a salvation for all sleepyheads who consider mornings to be evil, hate them, or are often late and have problems because of it. Code Clock is a simple yet effective concept based on a randomized digital code that must be entered to turn off the alarm.

It eliminates any possibility to oversleep because the numbers in the code are changed daily to prevent users from being able to enter them on autopilot and go back to sleep again. This alarm clock enables owners of the app to set their alarm pass code to four or eight digits depending on whether they are light or heavy sleepers. The alarm will ring until the user wakes up, and then the task of turning off the alarm must be performed to guarantee the user is fully awake.

This is an ideal solution for those who often stay up late at night, travel a lot or simply forget to recharge their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad as the alarm will ring even if the device is turned off. Users also can choose one of the standard alarm tones that are included in the app or select their favorite or hated song depending on what is more effective for waking up.

“When you address the core issue of why people are late in the morning, it’s not because they stayed up late partying or working, it’s because they hit snooze or turned off the alarm while still half-asleep. Now with Code Clock when you type in a code you are performing an action that’s impossible to do while still half-asleep. You can even quit the app and it will still play the wake-up ring tone at your specified time. I’d think of it as an insurance policy against choosing to oversleep when you’re half-asleep.” – said Michael Garcia, CEO of Cause Technologies, Inc.

Device requirements:
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later
* 7.9 MB

Pricing and availability:
Code Clock 1.0 is only $0.99 (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.

Code Clock 1.0
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Cause Technologies, Inc. was formed in the D.C. area in 2010 by Michael Garcia. The mission of the company is to find common problems people face and then bring fun and useful products to market that solve them. Code Clock for iPhone and iPod touch can potentially help millions of people with their morning routine. Furthermore, Cause Technologies, Inc. has other innovative products in the development stage that are planned to be released in the future. Copyright (C) 2010 Cause Technologies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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