Must-Have No-Cost App Mathe Alarm Clock from Jarig Richter-Peill Forces Oversleeping Users to Solve Math Problems Or Its Alarm Wont Turn Off - Tucson News Now

Must-Have No-Cost App Mathe Alarm Clock from Jarig Richter-Peill Forces Oversleeping Users to Solve Math Problems Or Its Alarm Wont Turn Off

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Mathe Alarm Clock from Jarig Richter-Peill forces users to solve multiple-choice math puzzles before shutting off its alarm. The remarkable new no-cost app also lets users: set multiple alarm options; determine the number of multiple choice questions they want to answer; toggle the degree of difficulty for each question; and set their preferred ringtone.

Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) June 23, 2014

Oversleeping-prone students, parents, workers, travelers and everyone else who wants to make sure that their alarm clock actually does the job that its supposed to do i.e. reliably wake them up on time, so they can start their day off on the right track -- can now download the remarkable new app Mathe Alarm Clock from developer Jarig Richter-Peill.

Unlike conventional alarm clocks and alarm apps, Mathe Alarm Clock forces users to solve multiple-choice math puzzles before shutting off its alarm. Plus, the app is customizable, which is great news for users who have an aversion or perhaps a phobia of math. For instance, users can:

> Set multiple alarm options (e.g. early, normal, late, etc.), and choose the one that they want each night before going to sleep.
> Determine the number of multiple choice math questions they want to answer upon waking up.
> Toggle the degree of difficulty for each question: easy, medium or hard (test exercises are also available)
> Set their preferred ringtone

Many people unconsciously turn off their alarm clock and end up oversleeping, which not only means that they can get late for appointments or meetings, but it can also negatively affect their health, commented Jarig Richter-Peill. And then there are many others who constantly hit their alarm clocks `snooze button in order to catch a few more minutes of sleep. Unfortunately, they end up doing this over and over again, so that those extra few minutes can sometimes turn into an extra few hours. Simply put, Mathe Alarm Clock solves this problem simply, immediately and permanently!

Mathe Alarm Clock, the new must-have app that forces oversleeping users to solve math problems in order to turn off its alarm, is available now at no-cost from the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/id823532916.

Since its launch, the app has generated multiple 5-star reviews from impressed users around the world who have commented that it works like a charm and is amazing.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of Jarig Richter-Peill at +1 408 757 0156 or press (at)appshout(dot)com.

About Jarig Richter-Peill

Jarig Richter-Peill is an independent software professional based in Hamburg, Germany who specializes in developing and producing iPhone and iPad apps including: Bubble Stream, Mathe Alarm Clock, Lockable Alarm Clock, nDay Challenges, Barcode Alarm Clock free, Picture Point, Picture Diary, and Birtdays+ Calendar. All apps are currently available in the App Store. To ensure both world-class quality and an outstanding user experience, Jarig personally oversees every aspect of the software development process, from concept all the way through to completion.

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