May 05, 2016 12:06 PM EDT
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Launches A New Motivational Alarm App!
Now you can wake up in the wee hours of the morning with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, thanks to The Rock Clock app.
While many of us are still asleep, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson gets up at 4 a.m. every day and works out. And now, "The People's Champ" wants his fans to follow the same life motto.
To accomplish this mission, "The Rock" unveiled a new alarm clock app dubbed The Rock Clock for Android and iOS. The free app is designed to help serve as motivation for your life goals.
The Rock Clock description reads, "The world's most motivational alarm clock. Ever. In the world. Of all time."
The app features 25 custom alarm tones created by "The Great One" himself. In addition, you get "exclusive daily video messages" straight from Johnson to your phone.
In fact, for those who want to wake up at the same time as The Rock, the app boasts a feature called Rock Time that sets user's alarm to his choosing, which can be any time between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m., according to reports on NDTV.
Since The Rock Clock concentrates more on motivation and goals, it's no surprise to find the snooze button missing on the app. "The Rock is not a fan of that button," the app description points out.
When opened for the first time, the app asks the user to set a goal such as run more, work out, read a novel or anything else for that matter. The goal can either be timed or indefinite, The Verge reported.
The app boasts an array of awe-inspiring features, but the variety of alarm tones is without-a-doubt, the most striking feature of them all. From The Rock saying "beep, beep, beep, beep," a soundtrack of chainsaws, an acoustic guitar-backed "Good Morning Sunshine," a lively flute tune and also one titled "Battle Cat" that features drums and cats meowing.
The alarm clock app is not the first thing to come out of Johnson's Project Rock venture. The Rock's motivational lifestyle" brand, Project Rock, first launched limited edition duffle bags and back packs that sold out within minutes after launch.
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