Never miss another meeting, class, or appointment again with Andres Canella’s merciless alarm clock app, Wake N Shake. We also have a grocery shopping list app, and a text adventure game.

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iPhone:

Wake N Shake Alarm Clock ($0.99 → Free, 22.7 MB): A merciless alarm clock app that will ensure you get out of bed. You’ll get a taste of what Wake N Shake is all about the moment you launch the app, as it will ask you to furiously shake your iDevice just to get to the main screen. From there you can access the alarm clock, social, music, and settings menus with swipes in different directions. The app includes all kinds of alarm tones to choose from, achievements and leaderboards, a sleep timer, and the ability to adjust the shake intensity.

Wake N Shake Alarm Clock is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 367 ratings.

Listick – Easy-to-Use Grocery Shopping List and Expense Tracker ($0.99 → Free, 24.5 MB): Put the super back in supermarket with this productivity app. You’re able to construct shopping lists by searching for items through the built-in database. Items can include quantity, weight, and cost, and they can also be categorized. Lists can be saved and used as templates for future shopping adventures. The app includes the ability to create and sync lists on the web, three themes, seven currencies, and the ability to share lists via email.

Listick – Easy-to-Use Grocery Shopping List and Expense Tracker is available for free today only (01/20). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 54 ratings.

Simon And Mojo: Bath Time ($0.99 → Free, 10.9 MB): A retro-inspired text adventure game that has you trying to guide Simon through all of the steps of bathing his dog pal Mojo. Type your commands into the field at the bottom of the screen. If it’s a valid command, Simon will perform it and respond. If it’s not, you’ll just have to try another or ask a question. The game includes 100 voice responses, and 10 trophies to unlock.

Simon And Mojo: Bath Time is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 45 ratings.

Taskulous ($0.99 → Free, 1.4 MB): An easy to use task manager. You’re able to create tasks that include notes and a due date, and then share them via email or add them to your calendar. The app also includes multitasking support, icon badging, task history, and the ability to organize tasks.

Taskulous is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 29 ratings.

Universal:

runtastic Squats PRO ($0.99 → Free, 25.3 MB): Turn your iDevice into your personal leg strength trainer with this fitness app. It’s able to take you from zero to 150 squats by putting through three training plans. The app is able to count your squats automatically and notify you when to take breaks. It also records all of your personal stats and records, including calories burned. You’re able to share your workouts and records via Facebook, Twitter, or email.

runtastic Squats PRO is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 128 ratings.

Tesla’s Electric Mist ($0.99 → Free, 142.6 MB): Travel back in time to save the fine people of Colorado Springs from an experiment gone wrong in this point and click adventure game. Work your way through the different environments just by tapping where you want to go. Search for hidden items to unlock new clues and advance the story. The game includes more than 150 different scenes, dozens of puzzles, and achievements via Game Center.

Tesla’s Electric Mist is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 144 ratings.

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