AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch

Health & Fitness
Rating
4.7 (55K)
Size
44.3 MB
Age rating
4+
Current version
6.10.4
Price
$6
Seller
Tantsissa
Last update
3 months ago
Version OS
11.0 or later
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User Reviews for AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch

4.72 out of 5
55K Ratings
10 months ago, TLC1958
Nothing better than automatic!
I have always been a lover of sleep. Even as a child, it was extremely important to me. I noticed even then that my mood and ability to function at my best was delicately dependent on how much good sleep I got. Now I’m older and sleep isn’t as easy or natural as it was then. Thank goodness for health monitors residing inside watches!! This app must have come with my phone because I don’t remember purchasing it. I had used another sleep app for many years and liked a lot, but it required me to remember to set it. The older I got, the worse my memory got. I discovered Auto Sleep accidentally and when I realized it had been recording my data, along with the other app, without my having to do anything. I stopped paying for the other one right then. Auto Sleep is 100% automatic in its sleep monitoring. All I have to do is wear my watch to bed and I’ve always done that anyway. I love that it backs up to and populates the OEM health app on my watch. If it begins to affect other aspects of my health, I’ll have historic data I can offer my doctor. This is the reason I bought a smart watch—for the help it offers older people. The smart watch and the smart developers have already helped me take positive control of my own habits that contribute negatively to my health or safety! As an aging someone who lives alone, I cannot be more grateful for the way this app helps me monitor and maintain my own health as much as possible!
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7 months ago, RLNfirst
Unique Outstanding Design App!
Have you ever had one of those times in your life where you can’t put into words what you want to say? For me I guess it’s one of those times the reason for that is I am an ole man who gets around by using a cane 🦯. I never thought I would be writing about a sleep app or need one , or that my Health would suddenly plunder. But it did I was suddenly faced with the word Cancer, my world took a dive I know like anyone else facing this situation. I now knew what it was like to see many Doctors and visit many Hospitals! The app became increasingly important to know the amount of sleep I was getting and believe me I was not getting much. I was up and down so much I needed an App that could keep the correct Data so I could supply it to Doctors or Nurses to put into Hospital Computers and keep track. If I am not strong enough to get the Cancer Treatments then the Cancer won that Day and I Failed! Thanks to the Developer of this Unique Outstanding Design App this never happened! So I take this Time to Thank a Dedicated Developer who Coded His Software so Special that it Helped Save My Life! So Mr. Developer I Tip my Hat 🎩 to you and say thanks. Your idea is a great one and definitely don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! So for anyone who Read this that’s my Story on this Unique Outstanding Design 5 Star App! Believe it or not ( but Thanks to this Developer this ole man is walking out of the Hospital with His Cane 🦯 Cancer Free !!! )
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5 months ago, DaveOnTheRoad
Essential Sleep Tool
Like many people I’ve been struggling with sleep issues for well over a decade. I’ve been under the care of sleep disorders doctors during most of this time and have undergone several in-lab sleep studies and various therapies. While this app will not substitute for the care and therapy provided by health care professionals it is very useful for understanding and quantifying the nature of your sleep deficits. This makes it much easier for you to communicate what is happening to you under your normal, at-home sleep patterns. Having this data available to share with your sleep doctor is extremely valuable not only because it’s being captured over an extended period of time in your day to day environment, unlike a sleep lab, but because it takes you a step closer to speaking with your doctor in terms that are already familiar to those who work in the field of sleep medicine. Finally, the data provided by this app provides you with a feedback mechanism to help you make changes that may improve your overall sleep health. In my personal experience I can easily correlate my overall sense of wellbeing and restorative benefit,or lack of same, back to the data shown in this app. When I’m not feeling well even after spending a sufficient number of hours in bed, this app helps identify what quality-of-sleep parameter is lacking.
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4 years ago, DMFMDJD
Best Health Apps By Far
Autosleep and Healthwatch are simply incredible apps and a must for anyone interested in their health. I am a physician and a bit obsessed with data. I’ve tried a dozen health tracking devices and even more apps and these two, by far, are the most insightful and well designed apps for the iPhone and Apple Watch. I’ve spent hours over the last couple months reviewing the various trends and graphical analytics these apps offer for immediate and long term feedback on my sleep hygiene and heart health. My only wish is that the developer make more apps to track other aspects of health and wellness (SpO2, perfusion index, respiratory rate, and VO2 max as the Apple Watch 6 is rumored to have these features; caloric intake and nutrition; mental health and mindfulness; maybe even goal and habit tracking). These two apps pack so much analysis into a concise and easy to read manner, I wish the other wellness aspects that I track could offer as much insight. While those would require ground-up brand new apps, one thing which could possibly be incorporated into the HeartWatch app would be the ECG data. Even though it’s only one lead, tracking QTc and PR intervals should be doable. Just a thought for future iterations. Anyway, these apps are an incredible deal and offer way more for far less than anything else I’ve found on the App Store. Keep up the good work.
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7 months ago, Scroopynooops
Best sleep tracking app ever for Apple Watch/iPhone! Just few suggestions
if you’re looking for the best sleep tracking app. You can stop looking because this is probably going to be the best one. I’ve tried every other one and the data and analysis and information and provides you is unparalleled to the others. You might be overwhelmed at first, and confused because of how much information is being given at you and a little bit confused with how to use the app and how it works. But once you get over that hill, you realize that this is the best app out there for tracking sleep. The set up wizard is useful and kind of gives you an idea of how to use the app, but I noticed that I only look at wanted two rings. There is a lot of data that is given that I don’t even know if most people will understand or know what it means. I guess it’s nice that is there, but I just don’t care for it, also, I kind of wish it was a little bit more simpler to use. The settings on this application are not easy to understand. There is a lot of tweaking that you can do on your end, but I always get scared to touch it because potentially to display in accurate results. Regardless, this has been the best sleeping app I’ve ever used. I would recommend it only if you have the Apple Watch it’s best when you use your watch to sleep.
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4 months ago, MeA715
Honest
The extent of the information available here is very impressive. For sure and it really does help insomniacs seek ways to improve their sleeping habits because like all apps it’s gamification is a trigger to want to beat or at least meet the expectations for healthy sleeping patterns. On the other hand, the app itself has so much information and at least on my iPhone it’s not simple enough to understand how to use to max benefits. It seems sort of thrown together so not navigating from a burger menu that lays out exactly what you’re seeing, how to specifically target better numbers etc., can be a bit of “what am I looking at?” Kind of feeling. Most of us just want to see hours slept, oxygen levels, and deep/shallow sleep. BUT I think that might be on me or any user concerned about their health to do a better job learning to use the app. Pretty sure it’s from using so many apps that have removed the critical thinking skills of their users( like me for instance) and want everything spelled out super efficiently acutely personably and spelled out. So I really like this app and the challenge it gives me to enforces me to engage purposefully towards conquering my insomnia. And when it shows I slept well I feel like I won big time. When it shows I slept poorly, it’s incentive to change things the next night for better results. Great app. 5 stars.
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3 years ago, undrinkable
Complicated, but wildly customizable
I recently switched to an Apple Watch after my Fitbit finally died, and because Apple doesn’t have a native smart alarm feature (or they do, it just doesn’t work the way I need it to), I picked AutoSleep to fill that role. I’ve been using smart alarms for years and it’s improved my sleep and wake up, so this is definitely a necessity. This app is A LOT. There are a lot of steps to set up everything, which is great when you need to tweak every aspect of something, but not so great when all I wanted to do was set up an alarm for a timeframe during the week. READ THE MANUAL before you purchase so you know what you’re getting into—Google AutoSleep, find their website, and read at least the parts of the manual for the features you want (the guide is huge) to figure out if this is the right app for you. I didn’t find the guide to be super clear and had to read it a couple of times, but that could be a me thing. Don’t miss the part where you have to set up parts in the app if you don’t want to have to turn on your alarm every single day, and make sure to turn off your watch sounds for haptics only. There’s also no pop up on the watch face to turn off the alarm, you have to go into the app and turn it off, which I really hate. Overall, none of this is a dealbreaker, but I would definitely recommend knowing what you’re getting in to first.
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2 years ago, yoga fairhful
This app may have saved my life!
I have a 20 year or more history of not sleeping well. I’m thin and I don’t snore so I thought maybe I just had anxiety that kept me awake at night. I’d tried all kinds of things to sleep including over the counter and prescription meds. After wearing my new watch and installing this app I noticed my SPO2 was always low but I live in high altitude so I thought that was normal I saw my GP and told her about the results and she didn’t seem alarmed that night after night my SPO2 was in the 80’s but I insisted on seeing a sleep specialist. After one look at thus app and my results my Pulmonologist said “it looks like you have sleep apnea. The watch and the apps are remarkably reliable and accurate.” We did a sleep study and sure enough I get dangerous levels of oxygen at night. I finally sleep at night now with my new CPAP. It makes my cry to think about how many times I’ve mentioned my horrific sleep to so many different doctors and it took an Apple Watch and this app to change my life. I’m am convinced it saved me from heart failure or stroke and cognitive decline. And as a side note, of course I woke up with my heart racing and feeling anxious because it turns out I wasn’t breathing, my body was trying to tell me it was in danger but I didn’t know it until I had this app! I am forever grateful!!!!!!
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7 years ago, Happy user#1
HEART WATCH&AUTO SLEEP ROCK!!
THIS SHOULD BE ON THE APPLE WATCH OUT OF THE BOX!!! Both apps are $5 bucks total. NOTHING when you consider the cheapest apple band is $50!! And this offers soooo much versatility for your watch. I literally would have sold this Apple Watch if it were not for these apps! They NEVER CRASH AND NEVER HAVE AN ISSUE!! also the heart watch can ALERT YOU WHEN YOUR HEART RATE IS TOO HIGH OR TOO LOW WHICH IS EXACTLY WHAT THE WATCH SHOULD DO!!! THE AUTO SLEEP TRACKING IS AS GOOD AND AS DETAILED AS FITBIT! For 2 bucks?!!? Come on that's a crazy deal, and the watch still has a full day battery even if you wear it to bed. I use it for voice to text alerts and emails all day at work and tracking a workout in morning with continuous heart rate tracking and still from putting it on at 10pm to track sleep , exercise at 6am, to work till 5 pm the watch still has about 20% left at 7-8pm. And if I charge it after waking from tracking sleep, for just 5 - 10 mins while I get ready in morning, brush and make coffee, it is back to 100%!! Again, Apple should be sooooo grateful that this company made these apps. I love that cardiogram is doing heart health studies with their apps and it's free, so we should all do it for the study, but THESE APPS, heart watch and auto sleep are waayy better cleaner and absolutely worth every cent. They are ESSENTIAL if you have an Apple Watch!
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4 weeks ago, SanjayWithNoNickName
The only app I use every day!
Many things I love about this app! One flat fee - no constant in-app purchases is at the top. How well it works and integrates with Apple Health is another. Through trial and error, I have figured out that the minimum sleep I need to feel good and alert ALL day is 7.5 hours, though 8 is even better. So that my minimum set up on my Apple Health app. And this app helps me track that, and any deficits or credits. It’s the first thing I look at in the morning - and it sets the stage for the whole day. Another thing I really like is that this developer does not use any of our data whatsoever. That is rare these days, and make me recommend this app to as many people as I can. Through using this app I now know (and can feel it) when I haven’t had enough deep sleep, even if the overall hours have hit the minimum. Similarly, when I dream a lot, I can see how extensive my REM sleep has been. I’m over 70 years old, and in great health, and was never one with regular, and “good” sleep habits. But now I realize that good sleep is what keeps me going, and I have enough mental acuity and physical stamina to continue with a mentally taxing part time job!! And this app is a big part of that. What a good diet is to the body, sleep is for the mind!
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2 years ago, bridgetoneill
my sleep has improved w/ this app
I've been using this app for a couple years now, it was the first thing I bought when I got an Apple Watch, and it has been instrumental in helping improve my sleep issues. The process has been long, and I've had to implement a lot of different things to support my sleep but AutoSleep has shown what works and what doesn't, it's helped me figure out the ideal time to wind down, it's shown me how alcohol impacts my heart rate and robs me of deep sleep, it's confirmed that my breathing patterns are problematic, it's shown how effective taking valerian root has been for me but how ineffective taking melatonin has been for me (you may have a different experience!) I could go on... It has provided a ton of helpful data and with that data I've experimented and have gone from averaging 4/5 hours of sleep to averaging 6/7 hours of sleep. I chose this app over other apps because of the one time fee and I love that you don't have to do anything except fall asleep with your watch on for it to start tracking. The only thing I haven't figured out is how to track my occasional 15/20 minute power naps. The app seems to only kick in if you've slept for over 30 minutes. Not a complaint, just an observation. Sleep well!
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6 years ago, KingFlash
Rather outstanding
I’ve had several activity trackers over the decade. They have had their strengths and weaknesses. Up until now, the Jawbone UP3 was the best for sleep tracking. My Garmin Vivoactive HR was great for activity, but terrible for monitoring sleep. I finally gave in to the Apple Watch series 4, and love it, but am still surprised that they don’t outright offer sleep tracking. I have a varied schedule and work nights, so knowing how behind or on track with sleep is very difficult. I skeptically bought the AutoSleep triad of apps and have been amazed at their accuracy. The auto sleep detect has been right on. And I am impressed with the ability to distinguish deep sleep. I can tell when that is accurate as well... I’ve felt tired after 7 hours of sleep and the app shows I got no deep sleep. Conversely, I’ll make up for it with 6 or 7 hours of sleep and have 3 hours of deep sleep and I feel great. So I know it’s accurate. The breakdown of my averages of sleep and heart rate are very useful as well. It’s not perfect. I’ve taken naps in the late afternoon that it has missed. But overall, the accuracy is stunning. This is money extremely well-spent. It adds so much value to my Apple Watch for me. I can’t believe Apple has ignored this aspect of its health applications. But AutoSleep is about as good as it gets.
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1 year ago, daavi
AutoSleep Logs and Informs
The AutoSleep app does everything one would expect of it, to log data accurately and to provide meaniningful and informative information about what is going on with your sleep patterns. It seems almost mundane to say that it is doing the job that you basically purchased it for. But it is not immediately obvious how well it tracks your sleep patterns. As the info stacks up and reliably (it has never crashed or lost any of my data) guides your sleep habits, it has become a valuable tool for me to get at least the correct amount of sleep. Sometimes we will have a bad night of sleep, and first impressions will say that the Apple Watch is stating the obvious. However, the types of measures that are made are scientific as opposed to personal “feelings” about how you may feel. You are more likely to assess where lifestyle adjustments might be necessary before bedtime, than you would otherwise do. The graphic rings being always green, has become my personal challenge that has helped me to consistently get better at attaining good sleep health. You will enjoy this AutoSleep app whether you just need a simple guide or whether you want to deep dive into the sleep science behind its design. Thumbs up Team!
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1 year ago, OtherwiseHappyMember
Must Have App
Wow…before I bought this I read the ratings. Seemed liked and easy decision based on experiences. Then I bought it and started to see how sleep was affecting my mind and body. I was diagnosed with sever sleep apnea, started with the CPAP and started to feel better quickly. Difference being I could see it in the app as the quality of sleep improved. Started using the lights out for additional insight. Then I saw the impact of alcohol was having on my sleep on the weekends. Amazing…improving health is my #1 priority so started changing my behavior. Set goals for minimum sleep, weight loss, and stopped drinking. Now I get up in the morning and can feel my “readiness” before looking at the app. Love seeing Optimal and Jet Fuel! Best yet…feeling it. This is a must have app if you are serious about getting healthy and being happy. I used to drink 4-5 cups of coffee a day. Now just 1-2 and don’t even need it anymore but by choice. Thank you developers…I show and talk about this app to everybody when they ask how are you doing! Also appreciate the 1x charge. Great investment for me with huge ROI. I get mad at myself if my watch wasn’t charged enough before bed which is prompting additional behavior change. 😃
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3 years ago, Chappy024
Less useful for shift workers
So I really like this app and have been using it for a few years now, but one thing that really bothers me is that you are limited on when the day turns over and your sleep will start counting towards the next day. When changing that setting you can only choose from 5 pm to midnight. As someone who does shift work, I would love to set my day to change over at noon, as I usually sleep in the afternoon. So if my “new day” starts at 5 and I go to sleep at 3, then I end up with my sleep split between yesterday and today, which makes it difficult to track properly. And I could set the day to start at midnight, but on my days off when I “sleep in” I usually wake up after midnight and then I encounter the same problem. Also the app seems to have difficulty figuring out what to do with your rings if you wake up for a couple hours and then take a nap. Which I understand is less than ideal sleep and isn’t a problem that most people have but it happens to me often enough to warrant mentioning. At the very least if they could change it so I can choose any time during the day to start tracking my sleep (like how it was years ago) I would gladly change the rating to 5 stars. Aside from that one real gripe, the app is awesome
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2 months ago, Chiroman17
Thank you.
This app, while it has some features I can think of it should have, a lesser feature deserving of more attention, and features that stand out has changed the way we can study sleep relatively well by ourselves through creativity and innovation, the app along with some of its partner apps that all work synergistically. For instance, by watching sleep patterns and correlating memories I was able to deduce that caffeine after 4pm effects how much REM sleep I get. My wife and I found an interesting correlation through her data also. It wasn’t a massive find but now she knows on days not working I still need to burn calories and we came down to a step measurement. As long as she take 8500 steps a day and gets on average 2 hours more of “quality” sleep than if she has not walked that much. (Walking is just an arbitrary measurement. You’re just looking for something you can measure to do whatever exercise you want that burns the amount of calories my wife needs to burn by doing 8500 steps. But don’t focus on steps. For you it could be doing 37 squats at $&@? number is the amount of energy you need to exert to gain a significant effect of a stronger and longer stage of sleeping.
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4 years ago, What Happened to Music?
The Best Sleep App Available!
I’m one of those ‘go down the rabbit hole’ people who research everything. I spent a solid chunk of time researching sleep apps and settled on AutoSleep. BY FAR the best app right now! I’ve converted a number of people from Sleep Cycle and other various apps and they all love this one more. The ability to have it automatically determine when you’re sleeping is massive! It makes it VERY user friendly. The only thing I had to adjust to was charging my Apple Watch an hour before bed and then wearing it while I sleep, as I used to let it charge overnight. However, I’m super happy I made this small change because legitimately my sleep hygiene has improved along with my quality. The only hiccup I’ve ran into is to make sure my iPhone is NOT on the bed, as I have the setting turned on for it to think if I’m using the phone then I am awake. I thought this would mean actively using it (phone unlocked and screen on), but apparently it uses the sensors for movement as well. Not a big deal, though it’d be nice to have the option to turn that off (sometimes I fall asleep reading on my phone). 5/5 stars and highly recommend the app! This is coming from a random, unaffiliated user who never writes reviews!
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1 year ago, Anonymous98765
Sleep times not accurate
This app never shows me the correct sleep times. It’s usually about a half hour off on each end. They suggest “calibrating” the app by choosing one of multiple other sleep time options the app has come up with, but those are never accurate either, and the app will not allow you to manually select sleep/wake times. The best it will do is allow you to remove 5 minute increments of time from a “chart” but it will not let you add time, so you can never get an accurate assessment of your sleep. This morning I woke up at 8:00 exactly, but the app insisted I woke up at 7:52. (The time I fell asleep was also about 15 minutes off.) When I tried to calibrate it, I was given multiple options that ended at 7:52, and one that ended at 8:15 - it wasn’t even yet 8:15 in the morning but it was giving me that as an option! How could I be sleeping AND trying to calibrate the app?? Another issue is that you have to be very still while sleeping; if you move while you sleep, the app will think you’re awake. I have another sleep app and it works perfectly, even with my involuntary sleep movements, but it’s an expensive yearly subscription and I was hoping to save money by switching to this app since so many other people rated it highly… but it’s just not working for me. Wish I hadn’t spent the money, unfortunately.
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2 years ago, Denise53M
Best Sleep App Ever!
Love this app. I used to track my sleep on my Fitbit, but it didn’t give me enough details. Once I bought my Apple watch, I was interested in digging deeper into my sleep health. It was great, but once I downloaded the app, it has been a game changer! And by the way, this app is much less expensive than others. I have had sleeping issues for years. I have no problem falling asleep, but I wake up and my mind starts racing, from one thought to the next. Sometimes my thoughts are about things I need to do, or I replay a scenario in my head and what I should have said or done. Other nights, I feel like they’re someone else’s thoughts because they make no sense. I always blamed it on my fast paced, stressful and demanding job. However, now that I’m retired, that doesn’t apply. This app measures everything my body goes through during the night, when I’m sleeping. I especially like the sleep bank - shows how much sleep you’ve recorded, and whether you have accumulated more sleep than you need or if you have a sleep debt. I always have a sleep debt and app the app details exactly how you can reduce it. A big thanks to the developers!! Outstanding technology!!
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2 years ago, John Lammers
Does everything I need, and does it well
I tried a few of these sleep trackers, and I used to use the one on the Fitbit, and I like this one the best. It has the visual niceties like reusing the rings concept that Apple Health uses, and is attractive and pleasant to use. I'm happy with the number and presentation of the graphs. In terms of accuracy, I can't second guess what it says about light vs deep sleep, but it gives me confidence that the asleep/awake determination is surprisingly accurate. Importantly, when it is mistaken, there are ways provided to correct it--including one that doesn't just override the data but is meant to calibrate it for future accuracy. Maybe the only thing I don't like is the relationship to AutoWake and HeartWatch which seem to be companion apps. It's slightly confusing (though ultimately convenient) that these are accessible via the app. Since the app uses wake data and heart rate data, I wasn't sure (and I guess am still not sure) whether they were dependencies that needed to be configured for the sleep tracking to work optimally or merely companion apps that present another lens through which to view some of the data AutoSleep uses.
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3 years ago, cconsta
Think twice about it! Use other apps
I have used this app for a couple of weeks in parallel to other sleep apps. I was excited about it! However, it showed significant inconsistencies recording deep sleep and HRV (heart rate variability) which count towards the readiness index. This index was almost always opposite to what the other submetrics were showing (almost every time I was on red with sleep quality, deep sleep, heart dips etc., the readiness index was on green or close to rather than the other way around). After going through their FAQs which seemed to support the fact that errors have been reported about these issues, I made sure to reach out to their customer service as a sign of respect for their product. I followed their guidance to lower my deep sleep setting (even though it contradicted their HRV indicator of the past few nights - I use Breathe in the morning to accurately report that metric) and it still didn’t read it. Meanwhile, the metrics on two other apps (SleepWatch and Sleep Cycle) yielded similar metrics compared to AutoSleep. When I emailed the AutoSleep customer service and requested a refund out of concern that the app was not running well, their response was that the app works and that it is designed for “tech savvy” customers. Not only was that condescending but highly inaccurate in my case. Maybe it works for others but, in my case, I’m choosing to go with other apps at this point.
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7 years ago, shicaca44811
Simply the best Sleep App I’ve used
I’ve used quite a few sleep apps over the last year or two and this is by far the best. You have two options - use it with an Apple Watch or without. If you don’t have a watch, the app correlates the data from when you plug your phone in vs unplugging it, but it also takes into effect when your phones screen is on and subtracts it from your total sleep hours! This is the first app I’ve ever seen do this! When you use it with your watch, if you turn it into “Theater Mode”, it gets really detailed information about your sleep and tells you when you were in different sleep levels, but with Theater mode all night it uses a whopping 2% battery. It still correlates phone screen time into sleep totals, and subtracts that from your sleep, so you get a much more accurate picture of how long and well you’ve slept. The only bad thing is you have to remember to charge the watch before you get to the point of being in bed. Probably my only gripe is I think metrics for heart correlation could maybe be broken down a bit more (average HR in REM, average in Deep Sleep, etc), but it does give graphs of where your HR attended out over time so that’s nice.
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2 years ago, Scotty-Aye
Easy way to improve your sleep and your life
Getting good sleep is SO critical to brain health and overall well-being and this App is an excellent tool to help you get more and better at this essential life recharge “activity”. Monitoring is essential to improve awareness and feedback for any positive change. The app has so many charts and graphics and links to information, it really delivers in this way. You will learn what “works and what doesn’t” in your quest of a good/better/best night’s sleep. You can track so many features of your sleep you will learn and grow proficient in sleeping and living your best life. Try it! They only problem I have is keeping my watch charged enough at bedtime; but, that is not the Apps fault. I have used it every night for years and I LOVE it. Yes, I’m an analytical type person, and I understand this App may not be for some people that don’t lean that way, nonetheless, I would recommend this App to every Apple Watch owner to try it. The potential improvement in your life is totally worth the cost of the App, and dare I say, even worth the cost of a watch if you don’t already have one. Sleep well, pleasant dreams!
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4 years ago, Scdepatr
I check it every day!
There are few apps that I use every single day, but this is definitely one of them. Sleep is so important to the body and I really like seeing how I’m doing in that area. Checking my deep sleep, my total sleep, my heart rate and all of the other valuable information in this app is some thing I do each morning after I get up. On a few occasions I have gone to bed without my watch I really miss getting that level of detail about my sleep session. There is one thing I would love to see added to the app and that is a cat nap or a power nap feature. Maybe that would be added to auto awake and not auto sleep ... I’m not sure. I used to use a Jawbone before I got my Apple Watch and I loved that I had a power nap feature where I could push a button saying that I was going to lay down and go to sleep and then it would know when I fell asleep and wake me up 20 minutes later or 30 minutes later or whatever was in my settings. I miss being able to have some thing to track how long I’ve been asleep and then wake me up in a certain amount of time. If one of these two apps could do that ...it would be the perfect addition!
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3 years ago, eurika.baked29
Doesn’t work very well
Honestly, I’m kinda mad. I paid for an app to track my sleep, and it just simply doesn’t do it very well. This is the third night in a row I’ve done everything correct. I’ve told the app “lights off” to start tracking my sleep. It hasn’t. It keeps saying there’s an error, which is annoying. I’m wearing my watch every night, I’m the correct position. I’m putting my phone on my bedside table and not moving it. I’m doing the lights off thing. It just doesn’t work. It’s also pretty annoying that every night I have to set the alarm to remind myself to charge my watch a bit before bed. It’s like that alarm just…disappears every day. I paid $4 for this app, and I want my money back. The Health app tracks my sleep better than this app tbh. Not to mention the app is very confusing to use, I had to watch the tips and into like 3 times to figure it out when I first downloaded the app. The only good thing about this app is the wake up alarm (which I can’t set on an automatic schedule either. I have to set it every night I want to wake up with it). It’s nice waking up to a soft nudge, but that’s about it. Summary: the app is confusing, and doesn’t track sleep very accurately. The wake alarm is alright, and it’s nice not paying for a subscription. If you want to waste $4, get the app. If you want to save your hard earned money, find a different app :)
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3 years ago, Seven_Of_Nine_2350
Nice, but kills battery
It’s a good app, but it drains my battery. I go to bed with 90 or 100% battery and wake up with 40%. They do have a supposed fix in the faq, but it’s not complete and only seemed to work for a short time. They tell you to delete the watch app, restart the watch and phone, and reinstall. But first of all, you can’t actually delete the app without unpairing the watch first. I made this mistake and clicked where it said “remove from phone screen” or something like that, only to discover that the app had disappeared but not actually deleted. It was a bit of a challenge at that point to find out how to actually delete it, and after a significant amount of searching I found how to get to it and that you can’t delete the app without unpairing the watch. So after going through all that, unpairing the watch, deleting and restarting everything, it seemed like the problem temporarily got better for a week or two, but has now resorted to draining the battery again. I have another sleep app that doesn’t do this, so I don’t understand what the problem with this one is. I only wanted this one as a comparison with the other one, and it does have some additional features, but this battery draining is just not worth it. Also unpairing, deleting, reinstalling and restarting every two weeks is also not worth it.
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5 years ago, HenryGz
Love this app!
This app changed my life and the way I think about sleep and how the decisions I made throughout my day affects the quality of my sleep. Everyone knows going to bed early and getting a good nights sleep is good for you, but how do you get there? This app and my Apple Watch helped me figure out the way. With this app I discovered that my minimum amount of sleep needed is 6.5hr, target is 7hrs and anything above this is a bonus. With this app I discovered that I really should not have any alcohol 3-4hrs before going to bed otherwise my body wastes more energy processing the alcohol through my system than helping my body recover while I sleep and I don’t wake up feeling rested. This app helped me discover that I have food allergies I was not aware of, by monitoring my heart rate after a late night snack I could see via HR charts which snacks helped or impeded my sleep cycle. Every morning I wake up and look at the total amount of sleep and deep sleep I just completed and if it’s not at my minimum amount than I continue to sleep a bit more if possible so I have a productive day. To the developer thank you and continue all the great work and please continue improving this app!
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3 years ago, Phuqit
Absolutely indispensable
“Auto Sleep” is one of the most utilitarian and informational apps that I have ever used. I rely upon it every day to assess my overall health in conjunction with my heart rate variability and the amount of time spent in deep sleep. I survived a “Widow-maker” (100% blocked L.A.D.) heart attack 11 years ago, and I am diabetic— both conditions well under control. Thanks to “Auto Sleep” I’m able to determine how well my blood sugar management and cardiac health program are working to keep me healthy. Being able to see how much of my sleep is spent in deep sleep shows me how well my body is healing up at night. In conjunction with AM blood glucose levels, knowing my heart rate variability, and blood pressure reading, I know that my health plan is effectively keeping me alive and well. “Auto Sleep” is an indispensable part of my self-monitoring that gives me significant peace of mind and eliminates the anxiety of managing serious health conditions like mine. Wearing my Apple watch to bed was something alien to me before I began using this app. Now, it’s not only second nature, but a welcome tool in my health arsenal—I wouldn’t want to be without it.
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4 years ago, Can't use my nickname
Better than the fitbit
I’ve had a fitbit for YEARS! And finally switched over to the Apple Watch. For the past few months I have been debating just switching back to my fitbit because I am so heavily reliant on my sleep data. I downloaded a few other Apple Watch sleep apps and tried them out. I was so disappointed in the amount of data, ease of tracking, validity of the sleep data, and so much more. I really thought it was just the watch’s incapability. I mentioned this to a friend who recommended this app. It truly changed my mind completely about the Apple Watch. It seriously prevented me from giving up on the watch altogether. Auto sleep has the best, most detailed and accurate data (more and better than the fitbit). Well worth the extra 2 dollars out of my pocket. While I agree with another reviewer that this should already be on the watch itself to be a competitor with fitbit, for the extra $2 I don’t mind. The other Apple Watch sleep apps I tried were free with membership upgrades. I trialed the upgrades and was still so disappointed. Pay the few dollars to own this and you won’t be disappointed at all!!
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6 years ago, Atavachron
Another great input into Apple Health
Great app! I’ve been using this ever since I heard Federico Viticci talking about this on the Connected podcast. I’m using this along with a Bluetooth blood pressure cuff (Omron 10 series) and a Bluetooth scale to get a detailed baseline of basic health indicators, and track it to see if there are any subtle changes I should take action on. (I also track everything I eat and drink using LoseIt!). AutoSleep, along with the Apple bedtime reminder is doing a lot to keep me on track to getting more regular sleep. (I also try to manually correlate the foods I eat and my overall hydration with better sleep. I tend to get heartburn that bothers me when I lie down. Watching what, when and how much I eat helps with this. ). The Workout app on my Apple Watch also motivates me to get more exercise which also helps me sleep better. I heard that people who regularly get less than 6 hours of sleep are at significantly greater risk of heart attacks. So I eat better and exercise more to sleep better and hopefully it will all synergistically help me enjoy watching my daughter grow up at least through middle age.
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5 years ago, teddiegator
Informative
I’ve been using this app for about six months. It’s informative in the sense that you can see from the data, particularly the graph, how your sleeping changes during the night. Before I got the app, I was trying to sleep eight hours a night and I was happy, because that was how long I was supposed to sleep. The graph showed that I went in and out of light sleep and deep sleep sometimes four to six times a night. I started to try to set aside eight and one-half hours a night. I am not sleeping much better but there’s been some modest improvement if I go to bed earlier. Otherwise the next day am reproved by messages from the app and encouraged to go to bed at an unrealistic time. There are a few odd problems. The app sometimes decides that I have woken a half-hour or more before I think I’ve woken up. Occasionally the app will decide that I’m sleeping when I’m actually playing a game on my phone or browsing social media. Nevertheless, the app errs on the side of finding that I’m awake. There is also a psychosomatic effect from looking at the app. When I look at the graph I find myself disappointed with my sleep and the lack of rest that I’ve gotten. Overall I am glad that I got this app but it’s a mixed blessing.
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6 years ago, Fruge1927
Disappointed
No app should be this difficult to use. It would either not record my sleep at all or record some of it and then disappear. I contacted customer service. Customer service is good. Spent 4-5 days trying to get this to work. I still have an iPhone 6s so there was a know glitch with it and the app. Because of what I assume is a time difference they only answered me emails at around 10pm each night. Finally we were able to get it to track and save my sleep. I used it for another week or so however what it records is inaccurate even with adjusting it. AutoSleep routinely tells me I am only sleeping 1-6 hours with 0-23 minutes deep sleep even when I know I have had deep sleep and have had dreams. AutoSleep also shows me awake when I know I was sleeping. I wear both my Apple Watch and my Withings. My Withings is more accurate consistently shows when in deep sleep, when I have awaken during the night. I bought the AutoSleep app because I thought tracking my heart rate and quality sleep would be beneficial. Just wearing my Apple Watch to bed does that for me. I really wanted to like this app and thought it would be the only app I would need to use. Unfortunately that has proven not to be the case.
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1 year ago, BookBeast
Best sleep tracker I’ve ever seen
I used to have a FitBit HR that tracked my sleep and I had the AppleWatch for a while before I tried this, so I have had some experience with sleep tracking. This is hands down the best sleep tracker I have ever had. Other sleep trackers including the one in the Health App will tell you “you had this much of this kind of sleep” but they don’t tell you what it works out to in terms of how well-rested that actually makes you. This one does! It even has that sleep debt/sleep bank indicator, which is really handy. Because I bought this and I run my family plan, my husband can use it to. He has sleep apnea and while he uses a CPAP we are concerned about his condition changing over time as he grows older, so it’s really good to have something like this that tracks trends in sleep quality as well as respiration and oxygenation. I also appreciate any app where you can pay once and have it forever instead of having some kind of subscription, and it is very clear about not sharing your data unless you explicitly tell it to.
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7 years ago, Evilkow
Best Sleep Tracking App Out There
I have tried them all, and this app is the best *by far*. The best part about it is you only need to remember to wear your Apple Watch. A quick 15-20 minute recharge once or twice a day keeps me going all night. The app does the rest. No more hiding my phone under a pillow or forgetting to turn on the sleep tracking app (only for them to crash). This app doesn't run all night long. Instead it uses the brilliant approach of analyzing the data already collected on the iPhone and Apple Watch. It takes that data and draws logical conclusions about when you were asleep. I don't write reviews very often, and I don't write them unless I've been using the app for a while. I have been suing this one for about 10 months now, and it does a great job at determining my sleep time. To make matters even better, the deveeloper is constantly updating the app to make it better. I think there were two full version updates in 2016, and now there is another full version update with a cleaner interface. Super nice. If you want to track your sleep, this is the app for the job.
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3 years ago, GLBorchert
Best Sleep App
I have been using AutoSleep for several years now, and believe it’s one of the better health tools out there. I especially love that it contains so much in-depth information, and easily accessible graphic historical sleep values. It works best in conjunction with the sister HeartWatch app, which allows someone who is extremely health conscious to dig deeper into the details. Perhaps some users want an app to summarize everything for them. AutoSleep and HeartWatch do that, but also allow you to view the actual data. I don’t just want my “average” heart rate, I want to see all of the readings used to calculate that average. I want the details, and these apps make them available. The one weakness for me, and not a major issue, is the “Wellness” calculation apparently based on one Apple Watch HRV reading. This is perhaps more of an issue with Apple Watch, as the HRV readings I get from my Watch don’t correlate to the detailed readings I get from a dedicated HRV device I use. But, that one small issue aside, AutoSleep and HeartWatch are an essential part of my day.
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2 years ago, rocknrollmamacita
Eye opening to say the least!
I have always been a night owl (or my preferred term, vampire) As a kid and teen when I had ice time at 5:30am, I would be wide awake long after 11pm with my Mom nagging me to get my tush in bed. In my 20’s my attitude was “I’ll sleep when I’m dead”. My average bedtime until I turned 50 was 2am. Over the last decade, if I get to bed before 5am it’s a miracle. The pandemic lockdown made my sleep even more erratic. When my Fitbit died, I ended up replacing it with an Apple Watch. This app really details your sleep cycle. I never realized how little quality sleep I get and how it has affected me health wise - especially my mental health. After studying the data collected by the app, I started to correlate poor sleep with my ongoing battle with severe depression. After sharing my thoughts and a bit of the data with my therapist, he agreed working on getting my circadian rhythms back on track was vital. Hopefully with continued tracking with the app and some changes to my meds, I will be able to get my life back on track.
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4 years ago, Dr4co1
Couldn’t ask for more
This app is absolutely a game changer. Back before I started using the app I would always wake up tired or get to work wishing I could just sleep for another hour even after thinking I got plenty of sleep and didn’t know why I was still so tired. I tried changing my diet and exercised more regularly but still wasn’t seeing any drastic results! I decided to finally buy the app after doing extensive research on different apps and it was the best thing I could have done. It’s super detailed and kinda coaches you on changing your sleep behaviors and within a week....A WEEK.....I was finally getting the results I was looking for. I feel more focused and ready to get to work to crush another day and my overall attitude gained some improvements as well! Ever since then I’ve been using the app and whenever I feel tired or something is changing I look over at the app and can see exactly what is going on and continue to help improve my sleeping habits. Love this app and recommend to anyone looking to step up their sleeping game!
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3 years ago, Katlouis
More accurate every day
It’s been using pillow since I first bought my Apple Watch, and generally found it accurate at night, but it rarely registered unplanned naps. The new built in sleep tracking only tracks if you have it in sleep mode, so unless you intended on a power nap and turned that on, it wouldn’t catch it. This AutoSleep app was recommended in the health app (along with pillow) and I decided to give it a try. It almost always catches those crash out on the couch and suddenly it’s three hours later evenings, and if it doesn’t, the calibration tool will find it with a nudge or two. The longer I use it, the less corrections I need to make. My only negative is that sometimes it claims I have not been wearing my watch and there’s no calibration clocks available, but on those occasions the missing data appeared later on or the next day. The customization tools are nice, like how long between sleep times to be considered a separate sleep session and whether or not to throw out nights with 0 sleep (us insomniacs want to track how many 0s actually happen)
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2 years ago, michellefleury
Excellent app with valuable integration to other apps
Of all the health apps that I have on my phone, this is the one I use every day. It’s easy to use and does not distract with unnecessary information or burdensome engagement. The information it provides is relevant and actionable. Through AutoSleep I’ve come to understand how stress and different lifestyle choices impact my sleep, and in turn, how significant the quality of sleep is to my well-being. Towards that end, I’ve also found the integration of AutoSleep and HeartWatch to be very valuable. Here’s a simple test to demonstrate the clarity this app offers. Download AutoSleep and use it for a week or two to get a sense of your baseline. Next, simply watch the impact of something on your sleeping heart rate. Is it higher on the nights after you consume alcohol? Is it lower on the days you have a good workout? I found the feedback from AutoSleep and HeartWatch to be much more tangible and certainly more motivating than all of the advice or warnings I’ve received from doctors, trainers, etc.
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1 year ago, EhabT
A review from a sleep and tech enthusiast
I can compromise on anything for the sake of my sleep, I have a good understanding of sleep hygiene and quality and been monitoring it with different tools and different apps for more than 5 years now. I took several courses and training materials on this subject, and subscribing to several authors and scientists in the sleep field. I currently have several apps on my phone to do the same. I am also a techie with 20+ years experience in delivering technology solutions. This app is amazingly designed I would give it 10/10, the insights it have beats every other app (paid or free in the App Store) it got some technological limitation (like all other apps) but this one acknowledges them. The insights are amazing, the explanation and learning of each is very accurate even to the most layman. And believe it or not, this is my only app review on the Apple Store knowing I have been using it since the day it existed. To the developers and scientists behind this… Kudos to you.
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4 years ago, FFfFFFffffffffff1133566
Congested, non-intuitive interface
Downloaded the app as a first time Apple Watch owner. I previously used a FitBit Charge 2 for sleep tracking, which had little to no setup or calibration and seemed to be fairly accurate for a wrist wearable. For me, this app has required multiple calibrations, and I find the data it produces difficult to interpret and the menus difficult to find and revisit. The “Readiness” rating seems to be the most arbitrary of all the data the app produces. I gave it two weeks before rating but things haven’t really improved. I’m going to keep plugging away, hoping that it becomes more useful for me. UPDATE: Still experiencing issues with data accuracy. The application has a Sleep/Wake Consistency feature that will track your sleep and wake times, however you cannot set your sleep time past 12am midnight. For someone who goes to bed at 2am, this feature is rendered completely useless because of a software limitation. One positive I will point out is their email support team is pretty responsive; I’ve reached out twice with issues and gotten responses fairly quickly. That being said, I’ll be exploring other sleep tracking applications while waiting for Apple to release theirs for watchOS.
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7 months ago, burnsjeremy
Could be very awesome
I know there’s a lot of hype around this app and tons of great reviews. While I want to love it, I can not. There’s one major issue that is just very strange that happens after running this app for a few days that I haven’t been able to explain, it turns my sleep stages off or blocks them from happening. I have it turned on in the apple health app and for the first few days it doesn’t mess with them. Without the app installed they work fine and have been working fine for as long as I remember. The first day after installing I can look back at my sleep stage data just fine and the next morning my sleep stage data is present. Then around the 3rd or 4th night of having the app installed sleep stages no longer work. I have uninstalled the app 3 times now and the next night I sleep my sleep stages are back. I’m not trying it again, I will just take the loss on this one. I also think that there may just be too much data shown on some of the screens but I could live with too much data being shown if it didn’t turn off my sleep stage data. I like the auto sleep sleep analysis but I don’t want to have that and lose my other data.
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6 years ago, T-2018
Fantastic App
I’ve used this app continuously the last ten months with an Apple Series 3 watch and and have been very impressed by how well it works. It’s quite accurate in tracking sleep. Oftentimes it will even catch an afternoon nap. The charts are stellar too and provide a nice way to review the previous night’s sleep, and the calendar history is well laid out and allows one to quickly review sleep history over the previous month(s). Occasionally the app will think I’ve fallen asleep late at night if I’m watching TV and barely moving, but the editing capabilities for the previous night’s sleep is first rate and you can quickly make adjustments. It also has a sensitivity setting that you can adjust to take into account how much you naturally move at night so it will track sleep more accurately. Finally the watch and phone work in tandem and so, for example, if you move your phone, it can automatically register that as being awake. Overall, I think this app has been my favorite health app I’ve purchased for my watch and phone.
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1 year ago, suneesabrina
TMI
Update 2/3/23: Decided to switch to Apple sleep. I was doubting the 3-4 hrs of deep sleep in my stats and feel Apple tracks stages more accurately. And I like the REM tracking ability. Cannot believe this app doesn’t track REM. I prefer the less complicated style of Apple, this app has way too much going on. Which is great if you want all the info. Kudos to the developers for layers and layers of data, I just need a break from it. Finally, it uses way too much battery for the already short battery life of Apple Watch. Apple Sleep uses much less battery. Older review: Very thorough app, maybe too thorough in some areas unless you’re a data scientist. I don’t always agree with my sleep rating. Mostly it’s a good app with much more information than an average person needs. Sometimes less is more. There should be an easier way to adjust sleep times if your watch battery dies while sleeping. Also, learned it will not track if watch is locked! After charging, make sure you unlock it after putting back on your wrist! Again, this is where it would be helpful to add sleep times without reinventing the wheel.
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3 years ago, EFab04
This should be Apple’s standard sleep app
I used to use the Fitbit app and tracker and really liked it. To the point that I used to keep it charged just to wear at night. This app makes the Apple Watch competitive and even better than what I had with my basic Fitbit. The Apple app for sleep tracking is useless without this. A cool feature is the waking option with the watch. I like how you can set it to wake you up at the right time in your sleep. I find this does work. I used to use another app for that. Love that this combines that feature. This, to me is a strong almost 5 star app. Reason I don’t give it a 5, is because there are some measurements that are a little harder to understand, even after reading the helpful links they provide. I still don’t quite understand the heart rate dip measurements, wish that was more simplistic to understand. Another thing I wish it had was a feature for getting tips to improve areas where you struggle with optimal sleep, that would be awesome. Otherwise the app is great! Highly recommend for anyone trying to get insight into their sleep.
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3 years ago, B\(^o^)/
Definitely worth buying!
I’ve hunted through all sorts of sleep apps to and so far this one is the best without a doubt. I was a little hesitant with all the free apps out there and how many I’ve hated even paying for the full version but those one has absolutely exceeded expectations. My favorite thing is the readiness score. I have a tendency to either sleep very little or a lot and have trouble finding a system that makes me feel prepared for the day. I’ll sometimes think I’ve slept a ton and still feel terrible or think I didn’t sleep at all and feel great but the app tracks the quality of my sleep in a way that actually gives me a accurate idea of how I’ll feel and how productive I’ll be through the day. I usually plan sleep around that score rather than just having the time to sleep. It counts naps towards my sleep debt which is AMAZING because sleeping 5 hrs and getting a nap works great for me most days. I’ve not explored a lot of the other features mostly because these two things are the important bits for me.
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7 years ago, Netlawyer
Works great when wearing watch.
Can only recommend when wearing your apple watch. There is another mode, but you still need to trigger sensors in your phone the right way for that to work and it doesn't fit the way I use my phone (i.e. I'll put it on charge early in the evening and not pick it up again until the next day) so I'll regularly get a report that I slept 14 hours or something if I sleep without my watch. So depending on how you use your phone, ymmv. Four stars for missing one basic feature - it appears you can't edit sleep or delete data more than a week earlier. I went on a trip, still had the phone tracking turned on, barely wore my watch and now I have 5 days in the middle of May with bad data which is throwing off my averages. I can't find any way to deleted data from three weeks ago. I don't look at the app every day or even every week so being able to access and edit data from all dates would make this 5 stars for the watch tracking mode. (Again the phone tracking mode doesn't work for me, but I don't count that against the app.)
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3 years ago, Oliect
Superb sleep monitoring app
I have been using this app for over a year now in an iPhone and Apple iWatch combination. I manually tell the app from my Watch when I’m lying down to sleep and when I wake for best accuracy. I find the readings to be realistic, so the overall feedback over days, weeks, and months help me keep in touch with how well I’m sleeping (or not). The interfaces and displays are so good, they seem futuristic—like something you might see in a Sci Fi movie, but this is no prop. The density and elegance of the information summaries are truly useful. You start to pick up on useful patterns that you might not otherwise have noticed like your deep sleep patterns or the trajectory of your heart rate through the night versus the time you go to sleep. No surprise, in the end, I’ve found that consistent sleep habits, regular exercise, and moderate-to-no evening consumption of alcohol are the best, so I use this app to tract the consistency of bedtimes and wake times and the effect, if any, of a glass of wine in the evening.
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2 years ago, Gofffredo
Except for waking me up ... it works great
The "smart alarm" never went off, after 6 days of trying everything. Every morning I would wake up late, and wonder what the heck happened. No alarm. It simply did not ring / vibrate on my brand new Apple Watch Series 7. Apple's native Sleep app was working fine and this app had so much promise with its smart alarm! And I'm no stooge, I was a gainfully employed iOS developer for many years so I know all the tricks. Per the FAQ on Alarm Doesn't Ring, I toggled the various settings, deleted and reinstalled the iPhone and Watch apps, even reset and re-paired the watch. Everything else about this app worked perfectly, except, well, the smart alarm, which is the only reason I paid for this rather than sticking with the standard Apple Sleep app. And support? Yeah, I submitted two support requests and it's been five or six days and nobody ever got back to me, so you have lost this customer and i'm back to the Apple Sleep app and maybe I'll get my money refunded, or if not, keep it and buy yourself a coffee for an otherwise slick app that has a bunch of great features.
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4 years ago, ChargingWaters
Very good
This is genius and going to change/save my life. This App was not really great for me in the past, but now that it’s a lot better and has the AutoSleep app I have totally feel different I got AirPod pros right before and what I do is put them in, play the appropriate setting in Endel app and then set my alarm. I have a back up just in case it fails to arouse me, haven’t needed it yet though. This app is changing my life already. I have type 1 bipolar, severe anxiety, ADD, and depression is a cloud or blanket I’ve lived with holding me down and ruining me since I turned age 9 two decades ago... I am also now “obese” but it just seems like I have a beer belly haha. It’s not really bad, but since I got on certain meds it totally made my body head that way. I have always had advice from different professionals that I need to change my diet, replace bad habits with good habits, and most of all get a good night sleep. Sleep has a tremendous affect on health. My stress level has been too high lately - I feel better the past few days than I have in months. All thanks to my new Apple Watch and AutoSleep and AutoWakez I can do that now and I already feel my mind is more focused, I don’t feel groggy, my anxiety lessened, I am in a much better mood, I am able to cut my procrastination down and it’s not a struggle to get out of bed, start my day. This literally has changed my most important part of the day so that I start on a much better mood and attitude. Thank you!
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