Carrot Alarm is a hilarious alarm clock for your iPhone that sometimes sings to you when it wakes you up, gets mad at you when you sleep in, and forces you to complete silly minigames in order to turn it off. Developed by the same people who made Carrot To-Do List (the to-do list with an attitude), Carrot Alarm is a fun addition to the otherwise mundane alarm clock app category.
Like any alarm clock, you first need to set the alarm for when you want to get up. Carrot Alarm sports an elegant minimalist interface requiring only that you swipe your finger vertically to adjust your wake-up time. Once you're time is set, simply touch and drag Carrot (the onscreen representation of a camera eye) to the right into the on position before you go to sleep.
When it comes time to wake up, that's where the fun begins. Carrot will play silly original music for you, sing to you (the AI has a female voice), and the volume will slowly get louder and louder. To turn off the alarm, you need to touch and drag what Carrot calls her "ocular sensor" upward to the off position, then perform a number of silly "chores" with gestures. You'll get directives such as "Clean out the lab monkey cages (shake device)," or "pinch to grant sentience to a toaster (pinch the ocular sensor)." In my testing each alarm had three or four directives before it would turn off.