B&G presents WhatAlarm, the first alarm clock app in the world that really takes care of everyone.

What does it mean? WhatAlarm can read weather conditions and help you to decide what to wear. This smart alarm clock reads the news of the day, so that you can be always informed, and it reads your horoscope.

With WhatAlarm, you can use the diary feature to remind yourself of certain things. The alarm clock, finally, provides directions so you can take the best route and it launches your favourite radio station.


But it’s not over here. The 1.2 version, which raises a loud voice WhatAlarm in Apple Stores worldwide, introduces the “Shake”.

There’s no need to unlock your device, the “Shake to Snooze” will postpone the alarm (from 1 to 30 minutes) by simply moving your phone, and the “Shake to Wake up” will start all alarm functions and its voice with a simple movement of the smartphone.

The other important implementation is the ability to record audio. The system, in this case, will ask for access to the microphone of your phone. When pressing the Home button (i.e. when the app runs in the background), you activate the recording and you will see a red banner at the top of the iPhone.


What is B&G? How does it work? B&G deals with the design and creation of innovative and high- quality apps, in terms of both usability and design. The creative process that leads B&G to produce its apps starts from the study of markets by examining the top ten apps for each industry sector.

Subsequent analysis of the target, combined with the process of consumer evaluation, leads to a better definition of the idea. From the new idea, B&G creates both products and services that consider the explicit and latent needs of the market segment in question.

Each app by B&G is highly accessible and creative. The apps’ production varies from pure entertainment to education, from games to productive sectors, from fashion to wellness and, in general, to what is trendy. B&G manages the entire communication process before, during and after the release of the app.

The differences lie both in the quantity and quality of services offered; in this case everyone can customize WhatAlarm to get the awakening they have always dreamed of.


Check out the WhatAlarm on the web, on Facebook, on Twitter, or on YouTube for even more information, and download it from the App Store for 69p/99c.

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