WakeMiiUp is a Homebrew Application from Superyoshi. It is a alarm app just like Alarmii, but this app also aims to have more functions. It's most important feature is, that you don't need the TV to be on.
Does your TV make a buzzing noise, so you can't sleep? Switch the TV off and get waked up by light! Watching a movie on TV, but you want to be noticed when you gotta go to school? The light will tell you!
-First public release.
- Fixed bug found by Tigeryoshi: If you set the alarm time to the saysterm time, it would automatically skip to the Alarm Step without pressing A.
- Fixed 1px gap in time display
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