Android developers have deployed a new alarm clock app on the platform that can only be turned off or set to snooze if the user takes a facial-recognition verified selfie.Called Snap Me Up, the app seems certain to gather a collection of “just woken” pictures that users are unlikely to share on social media.However, pictures are saved into an album called: “My sleepy snaps”, where you users can watch or share them.The facial recognition aspect prevents sleepy users from instead turning to pets or partners to escape the camera's glare.If users don't want the selfie option switched on, they can just set an alarm as normal and wake up to a slow slideshow of sleepy head images stored on your phone.