Android: We've looked at a few different Android alarm clocks, but WakeVoice offers something different. Instead of waking up to music, WakeVoice rings, then speaks to you when it's time to get up. It can play a personalised message, read the news headlines and fill you in on the day's weather.
WakeVoice isn't new by any means — it's been around for a while, but we haven't talked about it before. When WakeVoice goes off in the morning, you can speak to it to snooze or turn the alarm off, or you can pick up your phone and turn it off manually. If you tell it to snooze, you can go back to sleep before it rings again (but we all know you shouldn't use the snooze button). If you tell it to stop, the voice you've selected will take over and tell you what you want to hear, whether it's a little inspirational message to get your day started right, the latest news or the weather.
WakeVoice is free, but the free version is limited to 10 alarms. You can also customise the speaking voice right from within the app. You can give it try at the link below — if you need more voices, the pro version will run you $2.99.
WakeVoice (free) [Google Play]