Take a nap the right way with CatNap
How many times have you been dead tired and said that you were just going to close your eyes for a minute and then end up oversleeping returning to either class or work late? That has probably happened to everybody at some point or another and a new app called CatNap plans on making it easier for you to wake up from that much needed sleep.
Let’s face the facts. With most alarm clocks out there, including the default one on your cell phone or even Timely, setting a quick 30 minute nap is a task that is not as easy as it should be. CatNap looks to change that and makes setting the alarm as easy as tapping a button.
Simple open the appropriately themed cat-themed app and drag the cat onto the desired time. The default options are 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 1 hour, or a custom alarm. Upon having cat go onto the time you want, the alarm is set. You really cannot ask for something easier than that. When time expires the alarm sounds giving you the option to snooze or dismiss the alarm.
The app does exactly what it says it does and how it is supposed to do it. In fact this app is so great, the developer has dedicated it to Cinderella, who definitely could have used this alarm.
CatNap is a free app that is ad-supported on the Google Play Store.
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