News - multiple news stories, multiple sources, better article parsing
Music - play music from playlists, with the option to shuffle
Pause - A new panel. Take more control over your alarm, and wait until the music has ended, or pause for a number of seconds.
Turn the worst part of your day into the best part. Today is a customizable, talking wake-up alarm clock which reads you information about the day ahead, and displays it in a structured interface. Includes weather, news, mail and social updates. A fantastic wake-up experience.
- Each panel is read out by a voice, updating you in a way that feels like you're in the future. "Good morning Andrew. The weather today is Partly Cloudy, 48º Fahrenheit."
- Panels display relevant content to start your day, so you're not overloaded with information.
- Add, remove and re-order panels to create the alarm you want.
- Customize each panel, including adding mail accounts, changing calendars and adding your own news sources.
- Disable speech for any panel, to ensure privacy.
- Add music from your library, and a selection of sound effects.
- Night mode gives you a beautiful night clock. Or close Today and you'll be woken starting with a notification.
Greeting - Start your day on a personal note. Be greeted by name as you wake up.
Time/Date - "It's 8am on Friday, 30th September"
Weather - Receive an accurate weather forecast for the day ahead, and find out the current conditions.
News - Add your own news sources and get the latest headlines.
Events - Be reminded of your schedule for the day.
Mail - Fetch mail from multiple accounts.
Twitter - Your latest @replies on Twitter.
Facebook - Any Facebook Messages that arrived while you were sleeping.
Music - Select any music from your library to start your day. Shuffle your playlists. Have music volume lowered while updates are displayed.
Spotify - Use Spotify to play the music to start your day.
Sounds - Choose from a selection of sound effects to wake you.
Pause - Take control over your alarm. Make other panels wait until the music has ended, or pause for a number of seconds.
- October 30, 2013 Initial release
- November 12, 2013 New version 1.0.1
- January 24, 2014 New version 1.1
- February 18, 2014 New version 1.2