Available at an affordable price of ¥720 (US$7), the Re:Zero Alarm app, which comes in Emilia and Rem versions, is jam-packed with over 90 recordings voiced by their respective anime seiyuu (Rie Takahashi and Inori Minase), as well as over 30 character images which will be randomly displayed when the alarm goes off. Users are able to select up to three voice recordings to create their very own Emilia/Rem wake up call. Tapping on the app’s main screen image also makes the characters talk.
The application is available on both Android and iOS platforms, but is only available in Japan (although, we’re guessing you know how to work around that). Download at the following links:
Emilia: Android/ iOS
Rem: Android / iOS
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