Kiwake ensures that you will get out of bed in the morning thanks to its three step wakeup process. Start off by creating your alarms for the week. You can create multiple alarms if necessary and have them repeat as often as you like. Kiwake then requires you to pick an object that’s away from your bed and take a picture of it, choose from a handful of mini-games, and create some goals for the day or add a motivational message. When the alarm sounds, you’ll have to return to that object and snap a picture, successfully complete all of the mini-games, and read your goals or message before you can disable it.
Kiwake Alarm Clock – Stop snoozing and get out of bed on time! is available for free today only (04/01). It has a 3-star rating with a total of 9 ratings.
Schulte Table is all about practice. All you need is 10 minutes a day to improve your mental perception. The object of the game is to simply count up to a designated number in order or spell out the alphabet in order. You’re able to adjust the size, color, and font size of the grid to challenge yourself even more. You’re able to see how your abilities compare with the rest of the world via Game Center leaderboards.
Schulte Table – improve your fast reading and attention is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 42 ratings.
Like Taptanium’s other apps, Sleepy Fan is all about the high quality audio. It’s encoded in 256 kbps AAC, making it truly sound like a fan is spinning in the background. You’re able to choose from an oscillating, ceiling, or desk fan, and you can mix in and tweak white, pink, and brown noise. Just sit back, get comfortable, and then tap on the fan to get the blades spinning!
Sleepy Fan – Get Restful Sleep with fan and white noise sounds is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 87 ratings.
Quick Math Jr. makes practicing counting, addition and subtraction, place value, and writing numbers actually fun. The app includes six games, which are all aligned with national curriculums like Common Core and the Australian National Curriculum. The games feature adaptive difficulties, ensuring your child will be playing at the appropriate level while still being challenged. Children are able to design their very own characters in the game by winning new features. The app also supports an unlimited number of profiles, so everyone can participate.
Quick Maths Jr. is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 29 ratings.
Your tasks are broken down by areas of your home or office. You’re able to choose areas from a predefined list or create your own. Then add tasks to each area and decide on a frequency. Each task has a visual indicator to help you get a quick idea of whether it’s time to clean or relax. Areas and tasks can be sorted based on different factors to ensure you keep everything looking tidy. The app also includes six themes to choose from, and two indicator options.
Tody is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 215 ratings.
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