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    Default [Cydia] EasyWakeup - smart alarm clock for iPhone.

    New program easywakeup was appear in cydia yesterday.
    From description:
    alarm clock determines your phase of sleep from your movement, and wakes you at the most opportune moment.
    Program will wake you during a phase of light sleep.

    This looks like SleepTracker or aXbo, but for iPhone.

    Did anybody try this?
    Last edited by venture; 12-01-2008 at 12:22 AM.



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    Don't they tell you to tape the phone to your hand when your asleep or something like that
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    Seems crazy to me wake up with a broken phone.
    Good Luck

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    You could probably use one of those sports armbands or something. I don't know if it specifically needs to be on your wrist. I assume the purpose of attaching it to your body is so you can feel the vibration alarm.

    A real sleep phase alarm clock will gather data about what stage of sleep you're in, but I don't see how the iPhone could do this without some kind of external sensor. That means that this app is just guessing what stage you're in at any given time, which makes it about as useful as a DVD rewinder .

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecompkid View Post
    but I don't see how the iPhone could do this without some kind of external sensor..
    iPhone has internal accelerometer sensor.


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    Anyboday know how to make the app running in the background?

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    Quote Originally Posted by venture View Post
    alarm clock determines your phase of sleep from your movement, and wakes you at the most opportune moment.
    Program will wake you during a phase of light sleep.
    Hmmm... Without an alarm clock, I already wake up at the most opportune moment -- during a phase of very light sleep. I thought the point of an alarm clock is to wake you up at the right time.

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