Go To Bed encourages you to sleep more. Get reminded when it's your bedtime, track your sleep, and compete with your friends!
- REMINDERS. Go To Bed will send push notifications to you when it's your bedtime.
- SLEEP TRACKING. Just press the "Start sleeping" button before you go to bed and the "Wake up" button when you wake up. Your sleeps are stored in the Health app and can be synced to the cloud.
- LEADERBOARDS. Compete against your Facebook friends! On the Leaderboard, you'll see how much sleep you and your friends get on average over the last week.
- SUPPORT FOR HEALTH APP. Go To Bed fully supports iOS 8 Health and even automatically imports sleeps from other apps, so your leaderboard ranking stays up-to-date.
Stop pulling all nighters. Download Go To Bed and never forget to sleep again.
- Support for iPhone X
- Displays sleep estimates recorded by the built-in Clock app
- Fixed a crash that could occur when logging in
Ratings and Reviews
Messed up sleep schedule? This will help.
I have a really bad habit of staying up too late and thinking, “I'll go to bed after [whatever] in 15 mins.”
A few video game levels later and I realize it's 3 a.m. 😳😩
Since I have ADHD, I will procrastinate going to bed.
This app has pretty much eliminated that. It warns me 30 mins before bedtime—giving me time to transition tasks. If I ignore it, it sends semi-judgy alerts for every 5 mins I've stayed up past my bedtime. 🌙💤
By getting the notification alerts (especially on my Apple Watch) it's as if my mom is here nagging at me constantly until I'm like “FINE I'M GOING TO BED, HAPPY?!”
The other amazing benefit is that it tracks my sleep and syncs with HealthKit. Being able to visualize how much sleep I'm getting has helped tremendously. 💛
Also: love the editing and ease of use. The UI gets out of the way (thank you) so that it's easy to track, edit and hit sleep.
It let's me edit the sleep—something that other apps haven't done. This makes it more accurate for nights when I can't seem to fall asleep or I forget to tap “Wake Up.”
I've tried other sleep tracking apps and this has been the only one that has stuck.
Many thanks to the devs/designers on this. It's made my life better so far. 👏🏼😚
One request: Watch extension for starting / stopping? Plz?
Simply Solves my Issue
There are a ton 'sleep analysis' apps out there. They monitor movement or noise and stay active all night in order to analyze the 'quality' of sleep.
I just wanted a simple way to track the 'quantity' of sleep I was getting so I could try and improve it.
I would actually have been fine with just using the built-in Health app to do this except that it has some unfortunate shortcomings in this regard. In the Health app you have to enter both the 'in bed' and 'out of bed' date/time at the same time. So you either have to predict when you're going to actually get up the next morning or remember the time you actually went to bed the night before. AND the Health app does not let you edit any previous entries, so you can't estimate it the night before and correct it in the morning.
The 'Go to Bed' app solves this problem simply. There is a button for going to bed, one for waking up and the app writes that info correctly to the Health app. Done. Simply.
I can also review my quantity of sleep history as text in the app or a chart of that history in the Health app.
It's not one of the most stylistically designed apps I've come across, but it has a nice app icon and communicates clearly what to do. It does what I was looking for.
Sleep history duplicate records…
I’m giving 5 stars to encourage the developer, but of course this app could be much more robust.
I’m desperate to get good sleep habits, and this brings me part of the way there. However the sleep history is duplicative – it seems to be pulling in sleep segments from different sources, and they overlap. So on the same date I’ll get one long stretch of sleep recorded, and three or four segments covering the same time. The app description states that it pulls in times from the Clock app, whatever that means.
With sleep’s health benefits such a focus in popular culture right now due to sleep scientists warning us how important & necessary it is, this app could really fly if the developer puts in the time. I wouldn’t mind paying for a real extensive sleep app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.