iHome+Sleep, the alarm clock app from the experts on alarm clocks
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iHome+Sleep is the award-winning*, feature-rich alarm clock for iOS devices from iHome. iHome+Sleep requires iOS 6.0 or later on iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. For extensive information about iHome apps and app-enhanced products, visit us at http://www.ihomeaudio.com/apps.
iHome+Sleep is the most feature rich alarm clock app for iOS. Including many ways to enhance your sleep lifestyle, including:
• Fully customizable alarm manager
• Nap alarms
• Gentle wake
• Wake and Sleep volume control
• Wake and Sleep to iPod library
• Wake and Sleep to Internet Radio (requires TuneIn account) * this feature is currently unsupported, a fix will be submitted soon to restore the usability
• Wake and Sleep to Zen Sounds (requires iHome Zen app. **PLEASE NOTE: This feature requires an iCloud account! You must be logged in to iCloud to get Zen sounds in iHome Sleep!**)
• Full screen clock display with custom photo backgrounds
• Sleep statistics and editable sleep log
• Wake and Sleep reminders
iHome+Sleep and related app-enhanced products have won numerous awards, including:
• 2010 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (iA5)
• 2011 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (iA100)
• 2011 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (iA63)
• iLounge's CES 2010 Best of Show (iHome+Sleep, iA100)
• iLounge's CES 2010 Best of Show Finalist (iA5)
• Chicago Tribune: Gadget Roundup's Gadget of the Year 2010 (iA100)
• iLounge's 2010 Clock Radio of the Year (iA100)
• iLounge's 2010 iPad/iPhone/iPod Accessory of the Year (iA100)
The Innovations Design and Engineering Award is based upon descriptive materials submitted to the judges. CEA did not verify the accuracy of any submission or of any claims made and did not test the item to which the award was given.
What's New in Version 3.0.3
• Optimized for iOS 8 (Please note that you are now required to approve local notification permissions in iOS 8. If you do not approve the notification permission upon launching Sleep after downloading iOS 8, then your alarms will not trigger while the Sleep app is in the background.)
• Auto-lock is now a global setting
• Increased dimness tolerance while in bedtime mode
• TuneIn login will no longer allow invalid credentials, preventing a blank station list from occurring
• Hardware bug fixes
Very good app (before last update). Use it every night to go to sleep with one playlist and wake up in the morning with another or Tunein. Not happy with latest update and its dimming problems, and see that I am not alone here. I am so used to pressing the lock screen button just before going to bed and thus blacking-out the entire screen. Otherwise, I am very pleased with the app.
Ver. 3.0.3 update is driving me crazy. Not very touch sensitive. I have several alarms set up for different days, and opening any one is quite difficult. Half the time the app tries to open a new alarm for the nearest hour. Have to delete that and try again. Just opening the list of alarms on the left or settings on the right is difficult. Last night after setting alarm the main screen showed "alarm next day" instead of "alarm in 8 hours." Alarm did not activate and I overslept. You can do better than this. PLEASE FIX!!
Used to be Good…
I bought this app a couple of years ago and at the time I loved it. I gave it a 5/5. Now, I barely use it.
Here's the problem. I used this app exclusively for tracking my sleep, not as an alarm, monitor, sleep efficiency, etc... I want to press sleep, wake, and log the amount of sleep I get. The first version was similar to this and worked really well for me.
Though the app included an alarm feature from the beginning, it was optional to use and I never did, but with this version I am unable to opt out of the alarm. I am forced set an alarm just to use the tracker- which is inconvenient. The way I went around this was to set the alarm for Sunday and use the app for a week, but it began to get glitchy and ruin the data on Sunday, showing that I woke up on Sunday at 5:00 p.m. (when I set the alarm) but I never went to sleep. I finally stopped using it because it just wasn't worth the struggle.
Used to be awesome, now useless
I bought an iHome clock radio, iA90, to work with my iPhone 4. I also bought a 30-pin extension cable, so I could use my third-gen iPad. When I upgraded my phone to a 5S, everything worked fine. However, with every iOS update, things got worse and worse. The iPhone won't talk to the clock radio at all, though it will charge. Otherwise, it's useless. The iPad will charge, albeit extremely slowly, and will send audio to it, but it won't control the volume. Neither device can be used to interface with the clock radio at all.
In addition, the snooze button has stopped working, and the other day, I couldn't turn the alarm off. I ended up smashing it with my fist just to get it to stop.
The clock radio has gone to electronic recycling hell -- not heaven -- as it is useless and stupid.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Oct 07, 2014
- Version: 3.0.3
- Size: 40.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: SDI Technologies
- © 2014 SDI Technologies, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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