One of the first pieces I submitted to Android Police over a year ago was a hands-on look at an app called the Spin Alarm Clock. I hated it. I couldn't get the thing to work on my admittedly crappy phone at the time, and the entire experience just made me want to vomit.
As it turns out, that app was a clone of an iOS app that did the same thing. The developer of that app, the SpinMe Alarm Clock, quickly asked Google to take down Spin Alarm Clock. Now he has ported his own software over to Android.
I've tested the app out, and it works. You set an alarm by tapping on the giant clock when the app opens, and you turn it on by hitting the button below it. I'm not going to go into any further details here. SpinMe Alarm Clock for Android looks and functions like the original iOS version. Do I hate it any less than the clone? No. Not in the slightest. As far as I'm concerned, nothing good can come from an app like this.
But that's me. Your opinion may differ, so I'm going to drop a link for you to try things out yourself. It's free, and if you like what you see, you can remove the ads for 99 cents.
As for me, I'm going to go try to keep my lunch down.