Reverie Nightstand is an innovative app that controls all functions of your Reverie adjustable base from your phone. Save favorite positions and massage settings in one Comfort Setting. Create Routines that combine Comfort Settings with a timer, so you move to new positions automatically. Not a morning person? Wake up to your favorite position or Routine using the alarm function. Sleep your way every night. Reverie makes it easy.
- Operate or program all functions of your Reverie bed and much more.
- Introducing Comfort Settings. More than just saving a position, you can now combine it with your favorite massage setting.
- Introducing Routines. Save multiple Comfort Settings with timings. E.g., massage in Zero Gravity for 15 minutes, lay flat for 30 minutes, then switch to Anti-Snore and fall asleep.
- Set alarms to wake, either alone or in combination with your favorite Comfort Settings and Routines.
- Bluetooth® AutoConnect and Wizard allows simplified connections to your bed.
- Control both sides of your split adjustable bed from one screen on one phone. Spouse snoring? Activate Anti-Snore position on his or her side from your phone.
- Create a User Profile to save your info and favorite settings, which are auto backed up to the cloud.
- Mattress configurator helps you find various DreamCell™ foam spring arrangements for different needs.
- Direct dial or email Reverie Customer Service from the app.
- Works with iPhone 5 or later.
- Easy to learn and use.
- First sleep app to allow multiple complex settings.
- Works only with Reverie beds sold after 2012 and equipped with Bluetooth.
Fixed issue with Dual Tilt and Pillow Tilt not going to the correct tilt positions
Ratings and Reviews
I kind of love this thing...
I just had this bed base delivered this past weekend. Let me tell you, there’s a solid chance that I may love this bed more than I love my boyfriend... Didn’t know that it came with an app until last night. BEYOND in love! Seriously, this bed just might be my soulmate! The app offers access to functions that the remote doesn’t. Like, did you know that the bed has a “night light” built in to the bottom?? Not terribly effective as a night light, but amazing if you frequently lose things under the bed like I do! The ability to set alarms is awesome! (As for the reviews that say you can’t name individual settings, I will say that the app is kind of a pain to get the hang of with creating settings. When you’re finished naming or typing something into a box, you need to touch the input box to save your entry.) Personally, I’ve found my perfect sleep setting, but I like to fall asleep in a different position. So I’ve set an “alarm” to automatically go to my favorite sleeping position not long after I’m usually asleep. Seriously, this thing is the fuh-reakin’ best!!!
Buggy but works enough
Having an app was one of the main reasons I purchased this brand of adjustable bed. To say I've been disappointed is an understatement. First, if you use the physical remote and the app within a short time frame, they get confused. The physical remote already "forgets" the bed pretty often even without app interference.
Second, the special features of the app don't really work. Custom bed settings: no matter what you try to name them, it saves them all as My Comfort. Alarm: since it takes a few seconds for the bed and app to reconnect after setting idle, the message from the app to wake you up doesn't always make it to the bed. Timer: Same as alarm.
That said, it does turn things on/off if you wait a few seconds to let it connevt especially when the remote forgets the bed.
UI is awful
I try to write an app on first impressions before I get to be forgiving. I so wanted this to be better than the legacy app and the ideas are good, but the UI is confusing and lazy. It assumes you can guess the gestures like swiping to edit settings after you've created a preset, the alarm and routines share a similar icon, clicking on move in the routines section does what? The tutorial has to be watched in sequence and one section wouldn't play no matter when I selected it. A weird swiping/bouncing gesture plays the tutorial video (sometimes). The app uses its own conventions but they are so buggy that even if you think you understand what is happening, you're unsure if it is a bug or user error that stooped the app from doing what you expected. Not predicable or intuitive at all, when the functionality isn't exactly rocket science. Amateurish.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.