Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, the pro wrestler turned actor, released a motivational alarm clock app on iOS and Android yesterday. Do you smell what The Rock is clockin'? The app, from Johnson's brand Project Rock, features 25 different alarm tones The Rock recorded himself. You can literally wake up to The Rock sweetly singing and playing guitar, or The Rock saying "beep" over and over. The real perks, however, come in the form of motivational videos and messages The Rock uploads from his own phone every day. When you open the app for the first time, it will ask you if you want to set a specific goal. Once you do, you'll be greeted with motivating audio clips from The Rock, like "you can do this" and "let's do this" as you set your alarm for the next day. Oh, and there's no snooze button because The Rock doesn't believe life has a snooze button. He's not wrong. You can download The Rock Clock for free on iOS or Android at the links below.
The Rock Clock Alarm App Keeps You Motivated And Ditches The Snooze Button
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