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Rise And Shine: The Gorgeous Rise Alarm Clock Is Apple's Free App Of The Week

The beautiful Rise Alarm Clock has just gone free for the first time since its launch in December last year. What's more, it has just been selected by Apple as the Free App of the Week in the App Store, following Rovio's Bad Piggies last week. So, if you haven't downloaded Rise Alarm Clock yet, now (and up until next week) is the perfect time to get the app. Normally priced at $1.99, the app is yours to own on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad at no cost. We here at AppAdvice are great admirers of Rise Alarm Clock. After giving it a positive review and naming it as our App of the Week upon its release, we chose the app as one of AppAdvice's Top 10 Best Paid iPhone Apps Of 2012. In our citation, we noted:
Rise Alarm Clock is a beautifully simple and intuitive new way to set your alarm each day. The interface is minimal and very reminiscent of Solar Weather and Clear. Slide your finger up and down the screen to select your alarm time, fine-tune it with five-minute intervals by tapping above or below the numbers, and slide the screen to turn the alarm on or off. […] Rise is visually stunning, and definitely a nice thing to wake up to each morning.
If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. As mentioned, Rise Alarm Clock is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later. Since its release, Rise Alarm Clock has received four major updates. You can learn more about those updates by reading the following articles here on AppAdvice: Rise And Shine To Rise Alarm Clock's First Ever Update, All Rise For Rise Alarm Clock's Big 2.0 Update, Rise Alarm Clock Gains More Gestures And Features In Latest Update, and Time To Wake Up For The Updated Rise Alarm Clock. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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