CScout Japan: Alarm Clock App Embarrasses Snoozers

CScout Japan: Alarm Clock App Embarrasses Snoozers

A new app from Eureka automatically sends out embarrassing tweets every time users hit snooze in the morning.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 21 september 2011

Japanese company Eureka have developed a great free app perfect for those who like to catch a few more minutes sleep in the morning and hit the snooze button once too often. Okite, meaning “wake up” in Japanese, is an alarm clock app that links directly to your twitter account and posts embarrassing messages each time you hit snooze and don’t get up!

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