Every one of us has a tendency to sleep those five minutes extra in the cozy bed. By doing so, we all often get late for work. Apart from that, it also matters how you wake up from your sleep because your entire day depends on that. It's not just the body that needs rest; it’s your brain which is resting peacefully.

Waking up suddenly from deep sleep can result in tired and a lazy day. There are a number of alarm apps for iPhone and iPad available on App Store, but we have handpicked the best for you. All you need to do is to check the list of apps below and download them.

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Best Alarm Apps for iPhone and iPad

Best iPhone and iPad Alarm Apps

#1. Sleep Cycle alarm clock

Sleep Cycle alarm clock iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

As I said above, your entire day depends on how you wake up from your bed. Sleep Cycler alarm app for iPhone and iPad monitors your sleeping pattern. It wakes you up when you are in light sleep phase to make sure you get out of bed relaxed. Your sleep is monitored on various factors like sound, motion, and many others. Above all, the app is completely free to use, though, it has premium features you might be interested in.

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Price: Free
Download Sleep Cycle

#2. Alarm Clock HD

Alarm Clock HD iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

If you are looking for some fancy alarm app, then Alarm Clock HD is the perfect app. It isn't free, but features are definitely worth it. It not only wakes you up on time, but it also syncs with your Facebook, Twitter, RSS feeds, and much more to display your updates as soon as you wake up. Apart from this, there are many customization options as well, so give it a try.

Price: $0.99
Download Alarm Clock HD

#3. Puzzle Alarm Clock

Puzzle Alarm Clock iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

It's not that hard to wake up, it's getting out of bed that matters. We usually tap the snooze button and get back to sleep. Puzzle Alarm Clock shows no mercy in this regards. The app won't turn off the alarm until you solve the puzzle displayed on the screen. This will take a couple of minutes, and by that time you'll have lost your sleep. It's a perfect app if you are genuinely interested in waking up on time. Lastly, it is completely free.

Price: Free
Download Puzzle Alarm Clock

#4. Motion Alarm Clock

Motion Alarm Clock iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Motion Alarm Clock is somewhat similar to Puzzle Alarm Clock app. If you don't want to churn your brain right from the bed, then Motion Alarm Clock is perfect for you. Instead of a puzzle, Motion alarm clock gives you simple task to keep your iPhone in motion for few seconds. The alarm goes off only after you perform the requested task. By doing so, you'll definitely lose your sleep and get out of bed in time.

Price: Free
Download Motion Alarm Clock

#5. Sleep Time

Sleep Time Alarm iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Sleep time app for iPhone and iPad is similar to Sleep Cycle. Sleep Time app monitors your sleeping patterns and wakes you up in the light phase of sleep. This ensures you are relaxed when you wake up. Apart from this, there are many different alarm options available along with an option to set any soundtrack as your alarm. The app is basically free to use, but in case you need more detailed features you might consider opting for the premium version.

Price: Free
Download Sleep Time

#6. Nightstand Central Free

Nightstand Central Free iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Nightstand Central is one of the best alarm apps for iPhone and iPad. It is completely free with occasional ads which can be dismissed easily. Unlike other apps, Nightstand Central will display you weather report along with your personalized wallpaper. So when you wake up, you'll have an idea of how the weather is. Lastly, alarm also works if you have your device in silent mode.

Price: Free
Download Nightstand Central

#7. Math Alarm Clock

Math Alarm Clock iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

There are few people who would actually love math problems. Even if you don't, this app will throw math problems when the alarm goes on. The alarm will only go off after you successfully solve the math problem. You'll have to speak out the answer loud enough so that the app can check whether your answer is correct. I guess this is enough to wake you up completely. The app is completely free as there are no other premium features.

Price: Free
Download Math Alarm Clock

#8. Pillow

Pillow iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Pillow app not only monitors your sleeping pattern, but it also integrates with Apple's Health app. Each and every sleeping session is merged with data in Apple's Health app. This helps you to analyze your sleeping pattern and make necessary changes if required. In case you have a habit of speaking while you are asleep, then this app records all the sounds you make, which you can play when you wake up. The Pillow app doesn't bluntly wake you up on your set time, instead; it wakes you up before the alarm when the app finds the best time.

Price: Free
Download Pillow

#9. Good Mornings

Good Morning Alarm iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Good Mornings app also keeps track of how sound you sleep. It also monitors your sleeping patterns and wakes you up when you are in the light phase of your sleep. What set apart Good Mornings from other similar apps is its 3D Touch capabilities. You can 3D Touch app icon to peek at stats and other features of the app. The app is not free, but the features are worth the price.

Price: $1.99
Download Good Mornings

#10. Alarm Clock Sleep Sounds

Alarm Clock Sleep Sounds Free iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

This alarm app is totally different from all of the above. It not only wakes you up, but it also provides meditation guides to get a sound sleep. This helps if you are suffering from insomnia. Even the wake-up tones are designed with perfection to make sure you wake up fresh right from the bed. Meditation feature is not available in the free version; you'll need to spend $4.99 to have them. Apart from that, the basic version is free to use.

Price: Free
Download Alarm Clock Sleep Sounds

Have you tried any other alarm app? Do share with us in comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

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