SleepBot - Smart Cycle Alarm with Motion & Sound Tracker
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SleepBot, the critically acclaimed sleep cycle tracker and smart alarm and is finally available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch! Featured in WIRED, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Mashable, and more!
SleepBot is an intuitive smart alarm and beautiful sleep cycle tracker that lets you record movements and sounds throughout the night.
Customize how you want to sleep and wake up gently each morning during your lightest sleep phase. Listen to soothing ambient soundtracks as you fall asleep.
SleepBot is the most complete sleep tracker, smart alarm, and ambient sound machine in the App Store:
- Smart wake up: Gradual alarm based on movements and noise within 30 minutes before first alarm!
- Multiple alarms capability: Only smart alarm that lets you set multiple alarms as alerts or precautions
- Movement tracking: Adjustable sensitivity, easily compare with sound graphs
- Sound tracking: Detailed sound graphs let you play back noise with a tap
- 10 custom designed alarm soundtracks designed for Smart Wake-up
- Background mode: sleep tracking continues even in the background
- Long-term Trend graphs: length, sleep/wake times, pattern for sleep quality over time
- Statistics: Analyze any time range to see sleep debt, average sleep, etc.
- Ambient Noise: Soothing soundtracks to help you gently fall asleep
-Sleep Help: Find out how to fall asleep or stay awake from quick action lists
-Automatic Sync: backup and restore sleep data, and view it online!
-Export: Share sleep entries, graphs, and stats as images or csv
SleepBot is recognized by the United States National Institute of Health and the National Academy of Engineering. Simple to use and understand, SleepBot utilizes the most accurate tracking algorithm of any sleep app on the App Store (dare to compare!)
Use SleepBot to see what disturbances are causing you to wake up at night, or to help you fall asleep. Share your sleep stats for fun online, or even for diagnostics with doctors.
“This SleepBot alarm clock is awesome. I have a final today and I don't even feel groggy.” - Pablo
“Really customizable with lots of great features. Beautifully designed and works flawlessly.” - Thomas
“Amazing! I didn't know I was woken up so often! This app really delivers and does what it says!” – Arden
“Downloaded this just for fun and now I find myself using it all the time.” - Kevin
“An app can change your life. Hard to believe but it did.” – BJ
Thanks for your patience to our users—after launching SleepBot 2 years ago, we are finally here for our iOS users. We couldn’t have done it without your support! Please let us know if there are any problems and how we can improve. Again, thanks to our users and look out for great updates soon! :)
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What's New in Version 1.2
3 days on the iPad
I run the app on my iPad which is shielded by a rather thick case but the movement tracking works very well. It's extremely interesting see my sleep data every morning.
Hope they come up with a scaled up iPad version so I don't have to keep rotating the device to keep up with the different layouts.
The sound playback could do with a progress bar and a play pause button.
Lastly, it would be convenient if the app had an input for how many hours I want to sleep on the main page. That way if I sleep for 6 hours every night I can just say begin sleep and it'll set the time to +6 hours automatically. No need to calculate and set different alarms on a separate page just coz the sleeping time differs by a few minutes. This would be beneficial to indisciplined sleepers like myself.
Love the functionality and because I have a JB device I can even shut the screen brightness off completely after a few seconds of inactivity. Not sure if Apple's API permits this but if so this feature should be built in. At the very least permit users to set the brightness as dim as it can go... Nobody wants an unused screen shining away for hours draining the battery away. I know this is required for motion sensing but there's gotta be a smarter compromise out there...
Overall, a fantastic app. Glad I found it.
Manual correction and automatic alarm set
So far I am really impressed with the features. I love the graphs and ambient noises the help me fall asleep. The sleep log and information on sleep are handy. Great for Doctors and therapists to use with their clients. The client could email the data on sleep for things like insomnia and sleep apnea.
Two features I would like for them to add are:
1) Manual correction - If you stop the alarm because you wake up and then forget to hit the sleep button, it completely throws off your data. It would be good to have a manual override so you could correct for that.
2) Automatic alarm set- if you forget to set the alarm, you oversleep. It would be nice to have a default setting for the wake up time that operates when you set it and then can be changed to a different wake up time for weekends, Vacations, and sick days. Another issue is, you need to turn the alarm off to get rid of the annoying red menu bar at the top of the screen. Other ways to address this issue would be to have
A) a "done sleeping " button so that you could inform the app that you were not going to sleep again until you reactivate the app for a nap or the next night's sleep.
B) a "sleep interrupted" button for mid-sleep wake ups so the "wake up" button could be reserved for the end of the sleeping period.
Great app, some suggestions though
It's pretty nifty to be able to see and hear my sleeping habits, especially since I've had a hard time sleeping as of late. Maybe I'll find the reason eventually.
I like this app, but there are a couple of things I'd like to see to make it 5 stars in my opinion.
1) Persistent Settings. It would be nice if the program remembered to save your last settings such as Track Motion, Record Sound, and Enable Smart Alarm. It gets annoying having to check those boxes every time I reopen the program to go to sleep.
2) Smart Alarm. Although the Smart alarm is a useful feature and I do feel more refreshed when using it, could there be an option to adjust the range like the app Sleep Time does? 30 min seems a bit excessive.
3) Notifications. At first I thought it was funny how the app would exclaim that you hadn't slept in days. Now I'm annoyed by it. I want reminders, but not that often. Could we perhaps have that adjustable, too? Like 'remind me every such and such days'.
Those are pretty much my only suggestions. The first 2 are a must, the last is just a minor thing.
Other than that, the program is really good. Keep it up!