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Tokyo – A new iPhone app called Okite from Japanese app developer Eureka is stopping people from hitting the snooze button on their alarms in the mornings.
When the app is installed, users can set an alarm on their iPhone. But if they press the snooze button when it goes off, the app posts embarrassing messages to their Twitter accounts. Default messages include ‘dressed as a sailor now’ and ‘not enough talented people like me in the world’.