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Review: Apalon's My Alarm Clock app 

Most built-in clock and alarm apps bundled with Android devices are quite minimalistic in terms of features and functionality. You get a standard analog or digital face in one colour, maybe additional alarm features. Frequent travellers, students and other who rely on their smartphones as their main watch, desk clock or alarm have limited options.

Thankfully, Apalon's My Alarm Clock app (Android) brings many features desired by users, including the ability to wake up and go to sleep to your favorite music, get your own collection of exclusive designer clocks, know weather conditions in your area, and light up the darkness with a powerful built-in flashlight. 

What I alike about Apalons My Alarm Clock is the simplicity as well as convenience.

The display is easy on the eyes at any brightness setting, I like seeing what the weather conditions are like and being able to quickly deploy the flashlight feature with one tap is ideal for those times when you quickly need light in a dark room.

My Alarm Clock also offers a variety of clock widgets that work on Android lockscreens. The ability to choose your music as an alarm is huge and makes having to get up early less jarring.

The sleep timer feature, which lulls you to sleep at night, is one feature I didn't think i'd use but it helped me, specially when trying to get some shut-eye in a new hotel before a long day.

I've used the My Alarm Clock app's free version on various smartphones and Android tablets and have opted to pay for the full version so I didn't have to see the banner ads and It was a good decision.

You can easily tailor your My Alarm Clock experience depending on your preferences which is more than most stock clock apps offer. By being able to see your weather in your location, play your favourite song or music for an alarm as well as choose the colour or style.

This makes My Alarm Clock App worth considering for anyone who needs to be extra conscious of time, needs to control various alarms as well as has to have access to weather and music. 

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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