If you recall, G-Alarm was huge on Windows Mobile and now it has been ported to Windows Phone 7. Features of the Windows Phone 7 version include:
- Monitoring your sleep cycle and Sleep Diary
- Gentle wake-up modes
- Access to Zune playlists
- Task oriented sleep timers (math and maze puzzles so it's not so easy to get the extra five minutes of sleep)
- Accelerometer interface to let you shake to snooze
- Themed wallpapers.
We've only spent a little time with G-Alarm and it looks as if it has made the transition with flying colors. G-Alarm does have to be open for the app to work properly but it can run under the lock-screen. So, you'll need to make sure your Windows Phone is plugged in so it can last the night.
There is a trial version available for G-Alarm with the full version running $.99. You can find it here (opens Zune) at the Marketplace.