expired Sleep as Android Unlock $0.99, Hitman Sniper $0.20 @ Google Play

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Sleep as Android
22,592 reviews @ 4.5 Stars

Unlocks the "Sleep as Android" application - the alarm clock with sleep cycle tracker. This is not a subscription but a lifetime license. Install this "Unlock" and enjoy all features.
Sleep as Android is a smart alarm clock with sleep cycle tracking. Wakes you gently in optimal moment for pleasant mornings.

Hitman Sniper
62,923 reviews @ 4.5 Stars

BECOME THE ULTIMATE SILENT ASSASSIN
Step into the shoes of Agent 47 in Hitman Sniper and discover the most compelling sniper experience on mobile.

TACTICAL MISSIONS IN MONTENEGRO
Hone your strategic skills and orchestrate the perfect assassination kill shot.

SURVIVOR CHALLENGE IN DEATH VALLEY
Non-stop action as the zombie hunter in a true test of your skills and speed of execution.

MORE THAN 150 MISSIONS AND 10 DIFFERENT CONTRACTS
Improve your skills for the perfect assassination as you uncover secrets and subterfuges.

16 UNIQUE GUNS
Eliminate targets, collect weapon parts and complete blueprints to unlock the most powerful guns.

COMPETE AGAINST YOUR FRIENDS FOR THE FIRST PLACE IN THE LEADERBOARDS
Boost your score and climb up the contract killer ranks to become the world's finest silent assassin.


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  • +4 votes

    I use Sleep as Android on my pebble to track my sleep patterns when my sleep gets sketchy, such a neat app.

    • +1 vote

      Neat app with that makes crazy claims about what it does.

    • +1 vote

      I find Misfit on my Pebble to provide better detection than Sleep on my Android Wear. It's crazy that you have to manually pause Sleep before getting up to the toilet in order for it to know that you're not actually sleeping when walking around.

  • +1 vote

    i paid 1.49 for the 2nd one :(

  • +4 votes

    This isn't even a special on Sleep!

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    The most monumentally overcomplicated app I've ever used. SleepCycle is significantly better (because it's simple, or at least was last time I used it years ago) but the developers apparently could never get it to work with my phone (OnePlus One). :(