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AutoSleep Track Sleep On Watch App Download

Automatically track your sleep from your Apple Watch*. No buttons to press. Even the Watch app is optional! Just sleep!

Total Privacy.
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AutoSleep has no user analytics tracking. No advertising plugins. No 3rd party code. No data upload.
Ask your "free" sleep app if they can say the same.

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No extra In App Purchases. No subscriptions.

About AutoSleep
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Using Advanced Heuristics AutoSleep works out how long you've slept so you don't have to.

If you DO wear your Watch to bed, you don't need to do a single thing. AutoSleep will track your sleep & quality and send you a notification in the morning.

Even if you don't wear your Watch to bed, AutoSleep can track your time in bed. It's extremely simple.

If you DON'T wear your Watch to bed, then simply take your Watch off before you go to sleep. As soon as you touch your iPhone or put your Watch back on in the morning then AutoSleep will know that you have finished sleeping.

As everyone is a little bit different. AutoSleep provides a simple setup wizard and an option to tweak if you are a very restless sleeper.

If you wear your Apple Watch to bed*, AutoSleep will also analyse your sleep quality. By using time asleep, restlessness, time awake and heart rate it can score the quality of your sleep and provide you with a comprehensive nightly analysis.
*Note. If you do not wear your Watch to bed, AutoSleep simply captures the amount of time sleeping.

AutoSleep also works with HeartWatch our premier heart & activity monitoring app and writes your Sleep information to Apple Health.

*Requires Apple Watch running Watch OS 4 or higher. WatchOS 5 recommended.

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AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch App User Reviews & Comments

DisappointedNo 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..Version: 5.9.0

Essential Health ToolAs humans our health is dependent upon many factors, but none more crucial than sleep. Deep sleep is the time your body uses to do deep repairs of cells it cannot do at other times. If you use this app with Apple Watch for a couple months you’ll see just how much sleep you’re really getting. Light, deep, restless or interrupted you can see it in data and take action. No data is ever 100% accurate, but more critical than accuracy for measurement is consistency. Autosleep has given me the data I needed to understand or confirm: a) I wasn’t going to bed early enough to ever get a solid 7 hours of sleep, b) cutting out afternoon/evening caffeine really DOES improve sleep, c) spending 15-30 minutes outdoors once or twice a day really DOES improve sleep & d) adjustment my split dose medication times to earlier in the day helps improve my sleep. Take care of you and monitor your sleep every night. If you actually look at the data, you’ll start begin learning the keys to your own body’s sleep needs. More importantly you will see, right there in YOUR data what helps YOU sleep better. After a couple years now, I could not be happier with Autosleep. Frequent improvements, prompt fixes & most importantly it works. I’ve learned a lot about managing caffeine and my activity levels to get better sleep thanks to this app. Why: Data, data, data. If you can measure it you can improve it!.Version: 6.3.1

Best Sleep Tracking App Out ThereI 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..Version: 4.0.1

Really great, use in conjunction with PillowI’ve been using Pillow for years, recently decided to give Autosleep another look. After a few days with Autosleep I’ve made it my main program. Whereas Pillow is very simple and easier to understand, Autosleep is more extensive and beautiful, though I’m starting to get familiar with all the new data it includes and how to read it. I much prefer the Autosleep graphics, though sometimes the “dumbed down” simplicity of Pillow is welcomed. Autosleep has HRV and attention on a number of other important data points that make me wish I’d purchased it years ago. A couple improvements would really help improve Autosleep. 1) an optional “dumbed down” view, like a dashboard that just gives me the highlights with bold and simple graphics. 2) NOTES CHECKLIST so I can track what went into the sleep- did I take sleeping pill, Ayervedic herbs, indica cannibus, caffeine later in the day, get a massage, consume alcohol (and how much), etc. And, compile them and present me with trends. For $8 bucks I’ve purchased the package and it was definitely money well spent..Version: 6.5.2

Great sleep trackerThis is my third try at sleep tracking apps. This one finally met my expectations. Love the way it uses heart rate declines, stillness, motion, and phone/watch activity to infer if sleeping and overall quality of sleep. Prior apps I tried were easily fooled as long as I was very still. One night I couldn’t sleep and I was sitting quietly reading on my phone and it assumed I had a great nights rest. This apps “deep sleep” measurement is the key indicator for how I feel the next day. And, based on other reading, I believe the heart rate dropping throughout the night is a good indication of cortisol levels decreasing. So I monitor my eating/drinking habits to correlate to when I see good drops overall on heart rate throughout the night. By the way, I saw a comment by a reviewer complaining that you could not manually edit a night’s sleep. It is a little confusing to find the screen but once there you can edit start and stop times for the night’s sleep. They recommend you use tuning factors so it learns and does a better job which I have done. But out of a half year, I have found two or three nights where it mistook when I woke up and I manually adjusted. Thanks for a great app..Version: 6.2.0

Has some problemsI’ve changed my opinion. First, I found out from one of the Doctors at the Dept. of Veteran’s Affaires Medical Clinics that the Apple Watch band that comes with it is horrible, and they do not recommend that you sleep with an Apple Watch. Once I stopped wearing the Apple Watch to bed I got back to getting at least getting six hours sleep again. I also put some time into calibrating the app and that helped a lot. To bad I can’t sleep with the watch. Apple needs to use a watch band that breaths, if the doctors at the VA say it’s bad then Apple has to know there are issues, fix them! I’ve had AutoSleep for a week now and so far it’s not even in the ballpark. Right now I’m having a lot of trouble sleeping. The last time slept this bad I was on active duty in the Marine Corps and people where trying to kill me. The other day I had a really bad nights sleep, I woke up the next morning and I was to tiered to drive, I haven’t slept that bad in decades. AutoSleep gave me a 97% sleep rating..Version: 6.4.0

Calibration gone haywireI’m a college student and a night owl. I’ve never had the best sleep habits however this app last October-February really did a great job at tracking and helping me be mindful of my unhealthier sleeping habits. These last two months for whatever reason have begged the question what happened? I’m constantly receiving an hour or two of sleep when I’m wide awake and active. I have to calibrate it to track the minimum level of sleep just to, partially, avoid this. And then when I do get an actual good nights rest the watch reports I had awoke for an hour here or there. When I’m asleep, I’m asleep. I do not wake up momentarily, either I’m awake or I’m asleep not this strange stream of broken information. This app did receive a 5/5 from me, now I’m wondering what I payed for and even why I have it installed. I’ve fine tuned every setting imaginable and the difference is debatable at best. Also, I still don’t understand the AutoWake function. If it does attempt to wake me, it’s not trying very hard. I’ve almost never seen it go off in its own though to begin with. I payed for this app so expect it to outperform the free ones available on the market. It no longer does..Version: 6.2.0

Couldn’t ask for moreThis 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!.Version: 6.3.1

LOVE THIS APP!This gives me everything I need to know and offers a lot more too which is really nice. I have it sent to automatically calculate when I was asleep instead of me letting it know everytime I’m falling asleep and waking up. But one thing I don’t like is how sometimes if the time I was asleep are wrong, I can’t just edit the time fallen asleep or time I woke up. I‘ve been staying home and studying so much/not moving that it thought I was asleep for like 28 hours at one point but when I went in to change it, it was kind of confusing and not intuitive. I understand the whole point is so it can learn how to detect your sleep better but sometimes I wish I could just simply edit the time fallen asleep and time woke up and from the home page rather then double clicking the rings and trying to find out where to even change it. Other then that this app is perfect and super helpful and typically very accurate! :).Version: 6.4.0

Very useful app! Gives you lots of information on your sleep patterns.Bought this app based on its good reviews here in the App Store. It's proved to be very helpful in identifying my sleep patterns and also pretty accurate. For example, yesterday morning I woke up feeling tired and pretty crappy even though I got my goal of 8 hours sleep. I dug deeper into the dashboard and it shows that I got virtually no deep sleep that night. I wake up multiple times a night, but on the night it does show me getting deep sleep, I remember waking up feeling particularly refreshed and not tired. So it's accurately verified sleep problems I knew I had. But the app won't fix it or tell me what's causing it, of course. For that I'm going to have to get the help of a sleep specialist. There's a lot of information on the dashboard if you know where to look and poke around a bit. It also coordinates with the developers heart app and Apple's health app..Version: 4.0.1

Rather outstandingI’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..Version: 5.9.0

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!.Version: 6.4.0

I want to love this appThis app could be great, but I just feel that it needs some work. I’m not sure why the UI is set up the way it is since it is not user-friendly at all. I would consider myself pretty “tech-savvy” and I have a hard time figuring out this app. The main display is fine, but I still feel it could use an update too. Trying to figure out all of the tabs and what everything inside the app does + how to use it is frustrating when it should be designed to be simple. For whatever reason my data keeps recording that I fall asleep right around 12am every night. This is not always the case, and I don’t touch my phone after I’m in bed, so the only reason why this could be happening could be from a noise app that has a timed shut off. I’m not sure why this would be triggering a phone movement but that’s the only thing that seems to make sense. This would all be fine if I could just edit the time I actually fell asleep, but again, the UI is so frustratingly bad on the edit tab that it seems impossible to do. You can only hit “less” or “more” sleep, but it doesn’t let you control where this is adding or taking away from. So if I add more then it starts counting the time I started working at my desk in the morning (when I was not moving). I would love to see an updated UI including easier to use controls within the app. I really really want to love this app but there are some things that need updating..Version: 4.0.1

Better than the fitbitI’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!!.Version: 6.4.0

Great sleep tracking — simple daily useThis is an app for people who want data on how well they sleep. Once you customize it the way you want it, it just works. It is accurate in capturing my awake periods in the middle of the night. I have used several sleep tracking devices and apps. This is by far the best. I’ve been using AutoSleep for two years. The history has been helpful when I talk with my pulmonologist. My biggest problem is remembering to put my watch back on from the charger before I go to sleep, and now they have a feature to remind me (except I can’t get it to work right). I only use the data on the Clock tab, which works really well for me. I know there is deeper data that I can customize and access, but it’s more than I need. I have an older Apple Watch and it works well. My only criticism is that the user interface is not designed for lay people. It is difficult to configure, but it does what I need by default. I can see there is more data that I could find to be useful, but I give up quickly because the interface is confusing. I followed the instructions to set the alarm to remind me to put my watch on, but it doesn’t work and I don’t know where to start troubleshooting. The app could use a consult from a usability/accessibility team. It is remarkably accurate capturing my sleep/awake times — better than any other sleep tracker I have used..Version: 6.4.0

Perfect!To be honest, I had fairly low hopes that this app would work well for me. I'm a night shift worker with horrendous sleep habits and I just didn't expect that it would keep up with me. I too often go 24 hours without sleep, sleep for 12 hours at a time, or lie in bed for hours trying to fall asleep. This app hasn't missed the mark once. I ran the setup wizard on day one and set the app to interpret phone motion as me being awake. I wear my watch to bed and leave my phone charging on my night stand. This combination hasn't messed up once. Every sleep, every nap, every hour lying awake, all counted correctly. The data is presented in various interesting and useful ways. I knew my sleep habits were horrible, but there is just something about seeing them displayed graphically that makes me more inspired to actually fix them. As if that wasn't enough, I contacted support for what I thought was a glitch, and I received an email the same day that solved the problem on the first try. I had accidentally excluded one day's data from the history, so there was no problem with the app in the first place. My only concern with wearing my watch to bed was battery life, since I also want to wear it while awake. This hasn't been an issue. It charges so quickly that it has been enough to simply charge it here and there when I'm in the shower, eating, etc. Fantastic app and fantastic support..Version: 4.0.1

Mental healthLike most of us I suffer from irritability, restlessness and disconnection with the world. Not all the time although unless kept track of I can be a real pain in the a**. Through years of hard work I’ve found the most important medication a person can give themselves is sleep. I have three kids and work a high power/ high stress job. I’ve been able to use this app to literally keep myself in check. I check it everyday and use it as a tool to be a better worker, father and husband. I’ve had it for years and currently, with my newborn being crib trained, I use this app to keep me honest with how good of a job I’m doing. How well I’m getting back to sleep and managing my own life while trying to be the best father for her. My main point being this isn’t just something cool to look at. It’s a practical tool to help better your life and the lives of the people you interact with on an everyday basis. Get it, use it correctly and be better person. We’re a world lacking better people..Version: 6.2.0

Self-accountability for sleep habitsAutoSleep has made me take a long look in the mirror about my sleep habits. Because of family stress and school I have been chronically short on sleep for years. The patterns have become ingrained, and I’ve had a hard time changing them. I’ve partly been in denial about just how bad my sleep has been, but AutoSleep shows me in stark detail how I’m shorting myself night after night after night. It’s scary and sobering. On the positive side, I can clearly see how my best days are preceded by a good night’s sleep. It’s motivating me to really work on changing my sleep habits. This wouldn’t be possible if I couldn’t rely on the software to give me credible data. After the first few days of tweaking the readings (an easy process), I now get sleep records I trust, whether the sleep was good or bad. I’ve had an unexpected challenge using the app that has little to do with the app itself. Because of my daytime routine, it was easiest to charge my watch and phone while I slept. Going to bed wearing a sufficiently charged watch is sometimes challenging, and I find myself wanting to stay up too late so I can charge it to see how well I sleep. Silly of me. I wonder if the app could have an optional reminder of “time to charge your watch!” a couple hours before expected bedtime. AutoSleep has been a game-changer for me. I recommend it for anyone wanting to get a handle on their sleep habits and hygiene..Version: 6.2.0

Absolutely the best tracker there is, especially if you use an Apple WatchI have serious sleep problems due to brain damage. So it’s important that I have an accurate tracker to show my trends, heart rates, deep sleeps vs wakefulness. I can tell when I’m about to have a brain episode based on several days of tracking information. I had a friend who was using a different tracker. She had issues with it kissing entire sections of time. She also has an Apple Watch, so it shouldn’t be losing chunks of data. Took me weeks to convince her to try this app. She tried the feee version for a week and the. Bought the paid version. Works perfectly. I like that you can fine tune every piece of data this app uses. People are all unique, and this app allows you to alter the way it translates data to fit your particular traits. Give the feee version a try, you will end up buying the paid version..Version: 6.3.1

Great AppI have tried almost all the sleep apps on the App store. There are no other apps that compare. I purchased the bundle which includes AutoSleep, AutoWake and Heart Watch. All the data pulled from the three formulates scores in different sleep categories. which are goal oriented. I use an Apple watch and have learned to sleep with it on to get the most accurate results. The app is a little challenging at first because there are so many places that need user input at the beginning, this all goes once your up and running. Im a data person and there is endless amounts. The app connects to IOS health app and swaps information to come up with most accurate sleep data possible based on all your health apps.. I have emailed support within the app and they are very knowledgable and responsive. I actually recommend this app to friends and family on a daily basis. I highly recommend this app. Thank you.Version: 6.2.0

Best Health Apps By FarAutosleep 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..Version: 6.4.0

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!.Version: 6.5.1

Think twice about it! Use other appsI 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..Version: 6.5.2

A little addicting.If you are getting an app because you are one of those achievers who want to “close all your rings” everyday, this one definitely fills the bill. I am a bit obsessed with checking how much “deep sleep” I had every night and I will force myself to get to bed at a decent time because I want my total sleep ring to be green or blue. It definitely encourages good sleep habits because it tracks how close your actual bedtime and waking times are to your ideals. I use the “Breathe” app to gauge my waking pulse and heart rate variability but my “Readiness” rating is never very great. I also found using that app to indicate when I wake and “Lights Out” on this app to indicate when I am going to sleep, results in more accurate total sleep calculations. Before it seemed to count the time I was charging my phone as a nap. Lastly, because you likely don’t want to be running out of power during the night, I found if I put my phone in Theater mode the battery drains much less..Version: 6.3.1

Best Sleep and Wake Apps I’ve triedThe deep sleep tracking is incredibly valuable as are the integrations with HeartWatch and AutoWake. There are several pre-canned calibrations to get the sleep metrics more accurate for yourself; it’s really simple. I use the AutoWake function every night which can be set to wake you in light sleep just before your target awakening time. Reminders can be set to remind you to go to bed based on your target awake time and sleep goals. If you are focused on sleep hygiene and generally improving your sleep quality; these apps provide simple, straightforward metrics and recent trends that support your efforts to improve sleep. The dials are simple: total sleep, sleep quality, deep sleep. Deep sleep is what I’ve been watching closely and I find it tracks how focused and energetic I feel the next day. This is better than Sleep+ or Pillow. I’ve not found another app that compares..Version: 6.3.1

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..Version: 6.5.2

Simply the best Sleep App I’ve usedI’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..Version: 4.0.1

Very goodThis 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!.Version: 6.4.0

A must if you are over 65I am 69 and have been through a couple of sleep studies because I don’t seem to be able to stop waking up repeatedly during the night. This is pretty typical of people my age and I firmly believed that I wasn’t sleeping well because with all the wires attached to me during a sleep study I definitely did not. This app and my new Apple Watch have been very reassuring because it shows exactly how much deep sleep I have been getting and most importantly it makes me relax about it...so since psychology is a Big factor in sleep this has contributed to better sleep for me now as well. I wake up less because I have more confidence in my ability to fall back asleep. David at Customer service is stellar in helping me fine-tune the chosen cycle I want to capture and though I’m sure I don’t use the app in every way possible since it dives deep into sleep particulars, I use it every night and highly recommend it for my friends.Version: 6.5.2

Nice, but kills batteryIt’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..Version: 6.5.2

Best and provides more info and sleep , few things to improveHello , This is the first app that I’ve purchased once I bought the Apple Watch. Sleep tracking is very important for me. The app provides lot of information and also way to read and learn more about it. I try to keep up 7+ hours sleep and try to close all the rings now. Well done on the app and also along with heart watch I’m able to take care of my sedentary, workout and sleep heart rates. Sometimes I wish the sleep detection and awake be more accurate. All of the calibration that you provide isn’t matching my manual rememberance of when I slept. That’s something I can live with but you can improve. What I wanted to know and possibly you to fix is, there are two occasions my Apple Watch had a trouble and locked itself. In this case next day there is no data. I read through your articles on what to do in these cases and it seems the only thing I can do is remove them from averages. Even though I do that it causes me to have debit in sleep bank and I’m behind in my sleep requirement. Is there a way I can add a length of period I slept even though it’ll not have classification on type of sleep and heart rates but just the duration. This will help me. If I go to day/edit tab and try to highlight all the right balls I don’t get them set as the sleep period. Can you introduce an option to add the duration of length of sleep when the watch goes bizarre or let me know how to do in current update?.Version: 6.3.1

Fantastic AppI’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..Version: 5.9.0

All-encompassing and accurate!I was skeptical that a third party app would work well, and skeptical about sleep tracking in general. I bought my first smart watch (Apple), and gave this a try based on the reviews. Even the negative reviews were about trivial things not related to how this product performs. The sleep and wake times in this app are pretty spot on, and it has many metrics with lots of data (restlessness, deep sleep, awake, heart rate). There are even different profiles for different types of users (like athletes/normal people/standard high heart rate). My only complaint is that I’d like to know how it calculates some of this to be able to make changes to my sleep pattern to get the most benefit. For example, are “restless” moments any time I move my wrist, or true tossing and turning? What constitutes “deep sleep”? I almost returned my Apple Watch when I found out it didn’t have built in sleep monitoring, but this inexpensive app has saved the day for the Apple Watch. I’m impressed..Version: 4.0.1

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!.Version: 6.1.0

Another great input into Apple HealthGreat 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..Version: 5.1.1

Knowing what’s happening while you sleepThis app is easy to set up and the data you get is worth you money. The unique inside information gained, allows you to understand your sleep pattern and your actual needs to adjust your day and what to expect daily your body to do with the energy gain or loss during sleep. It’s a good metric measuring combination with your Apple I-watch adding previously unmeasured areas without obstruction during the night. I have sleep apnea for several years and never had the opportunity to measure data of me. Most apps only give data on the machinery used to sleep and how they are functioning. This app with the watch is getting data from my body directly. Furthermore, a year ago; I had a stroke. This app’s data allow me to have information to adjust my workout daily. The final result is maximizing and adjusting my workout to get better results faster and consistently..Version: 6.3.1

Best Sleep App (still)You get a lot of data with this app. The breakdown from when your in deep sleep is enlightening as I didn’t know that it was so intermittent during the sleep period. The app also gives you the freedom to customize your sleep behavior patterns by observing when and how you sleep to improve your pattern. I find that I sleep better if I go to bed earlier and I feel more relaxed the next day. This app has been accurate and even for my afternoon naps. It shows that I even have deep sleep during a nap. That was a surprise as the TV is usually on and other noises are present. This app works as if it was native to iOS. It doesn’t have hiccups or dropouts. It works seamlessly. It is now the only app I use for sleep tracking! With the upcoming iOS 14 sleep monitoring, I will still be using this app for the tracking of my sleep because I think it gives accurate information..Version: 6.4.0

This should be Apple’s standard sleep appI 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..Version: 6.5.2

Keeps getting worseI’ve used this app for several years now and with every update it gets worse. I’ve tried contacting support and every time I do the answer I get is, essentially, it’s the fault of the most recent Apple update. Maybe and maybe not but you’re operating on Apple’s platform so it seems to me that it’s the job of app developers to keep their apps working on the platform. It’s at the point now where, no matter how I fine tune the calibration, it’s telling me I’m asleep in the middle of the day and awake in the middle of the night. And nearly every single day I have to go into the app at some point and select “disable error alert” because the app has decided it can’t show me that day’s info due to some unknown error. If you need to add a way to disable the error alert it seems you could figure out how to just make your app work. The only reason I haven’t dumped the app yet is because, as frustrated as I am, it’s the only one in the App Store that even sort of works. Though I’m considering getting a Fitbit again and using that for sleep tracking..Version: 6.5.2

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!.Version: 4.0.1

Congested, non-intuitive interfaceDownloaded 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..Version: 6.4.0

The best sleep app!I tried most of the apps in the store, and this was the one for me. I credit AutoSleep with improving my sleep habits and getting more and higher quality sleep. As an insomniac, that’s saying a lot. Biofeedback is good stuff, and they deliver it with top notch visuals, charts and graphs (honoring Apple’s circle ⭕️ model), and the level of data they provide is chock full of helpful information... and you can get as geeky as you want with it. The data has also encouraged me to get more exercise as I notice how the efficiency of my sleep is better when I do. And I love that the cost for the app is a flat fee and not some ridiculous subscription. That’s how it should be. It pairs beautifully with HeartWatch (another excellent app by Tantissa), which I hesitated to get at first until I realized how much I loved AutoSleep and wanted to have that same ability to drill down into my cardiac data. Lastly, their documentation is some of the best I’ve seen in the app store. Bravo all around! 👏🏼.Version: 6.3.1

Auto sleep is terrificI’ve been using Health watch and Auto sleep with my series 4 Apple Watch over the last month. I find both sets of data to be extremely helpful in tracking activities of various sorts and sleep patterns. The information is very visually clear and you can also get into greater depth to understand more specifically what is going on behind each set of daily information. Of course looking ones daily functioning provides some guidance on one’s behavior but more importantly are the beautiful displays that illustrate patterns of activity, vitals, and sleep patterns over time. Through HealthWatch you can send an email to secure answers. I received an immediate response on commonly asked questions and that was sufficient to address my need for improving my interactions with the health watch and also auto sleep I really value having HealthWatch and auto sleep to guide my behavior over time. Rusty.Version: 6.1.0

Accuracy & DepthAt first I really hated this app because I could not for the life of me figure it out, and really, really missed my Fitbit. Over time, however, I have managed to decipher much of it, if not most, and can see how accurately it actually tracks my sleep. It gives you multiple ways of looking at the data - and to adjust the amount of sleep you’ve gotten if necessary in a way that actually trains the app. Just having a record of how long I’ve slept - and particularly what hours - is invaluable to me. I can’t rate the app 5 stars, however, because it is simply not very intuitive, plus it does not show standard sleep levels like REM, non-REM, and light sleep, which I really need to know. It also doesn’t show what’s normal for one’s age and how your own sleep stacks up against that the way the Fitbit app does, which I also found very valuable. The graphs for sleep quality are absolutely indecipherable and thus useless..Version: 6.2.0

Worth every pennyI’ve never actually reviewed a product but decided to do my first for this one. It is worth every single penny. I have a series 4 Apple watch and I was looking at all the different trackers, trying to find which one was the best. I looked at the popular ones like Sleep++ and Pillow, and I tried others ones too. But the experience was never the best and didn’t have some of the premium features of the other paid apps. Those ones, however, cost a fortune and I didn’t want to pay that much money. Instead, I bought this app for the low, onetime price of 3 dollars. It might seem like I’m being paid to say this, but the app works perfectly. It gives me all the premium features like sleep analysis, heart rate, readiness, bedtime, and it barely takes any percentage off my watch when I sleep. You get a ton of information from the online app and the UI is pretty good. I would recommend this because it’s so cheap compared to other premium plans, yet it offers the most out of all of them..Version: 6.2.0

InformativeI’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..Version: 6.2.0

Use it every day.Since using this app I’ve become more aware of my sleep habits, the good and the bad. Without awareness I’ve been able to adjust my sleep habits for the better. Since we are told that daily exercise leads to more complete rest during sleep (or something like that) I wish the program could interface with my daily exercise as recorded by my watch and my iPhone and present a correlation between days of good exercise and the resulting nights sleep. Do I actually sleep better when I exercise during the day? If the answer is positive I think that would be good encouragement for getting at least a little exercise every single day. One additional comment is that I tried to use voice recognition to provide this review but the apps ability to deal with voice recognition was almost 0. I had to go to my one notes and dictate this response and then copy and paste it into the review block..Version: 6.3.0

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.).Version: 4.0.1

Always Improving!!Before I received my CPAP, I would wake up as if I barely got any sleep...even after an 8hr night! AutoSleep always showed my sleep as being sporadic and crazy and I always thought it wasn’t working properly. I even contacted their customer service. They had me make some changes, but it still didn’t help. But, their customer service was constantly trying to help me. So they definitely have a top notch customer service!! After my sleep study, I found out I had a severe case of sleep apnea. After going on the CPAP, their program started showing favorable sleep patterns. So, it was working all along, it’s just my apnea was that severe that the app recorded as best it could. I was having an issue where it wouldn’t record short naps and it wasn’t recording when I truly got up in the morning, but they’ve got settings for that as well!! Now all my sleep is captured, even the quick 10-15 naps I have sometimes. This app is 100% worth the money. Don’t hesitate to give it a shot. And, if it’s as sporadic as mine was in the beginning, it’s possible you could have sleep apnea..Version: 5.1.1

Great AppWorks great and provides lots of useful info. The one challenge is that you need to wear your watch at night which is a common time to charge it. This means you need to make a new habit of charging it once after you get up in the morning so it’ll last through the day and a second time in the evening so it doesn’t run out of charge while it’s doing its sleep monitoring thing. The other annoyance is that when I take my watch off to charge it loses sync with the app so I’ve found myself pretty regularly fiddling with my watch trying to get sync re-established right when I should be trying to go to sleep. The app says it needs something like 5% of a sleep cycle (24 minutes?) to establish itself in communication with the phone so that means you need to make sure you’re done charging your watch and put it back on your wrist at least 24 minutes prior to going to sleep. There have been times when it just won’t connect and I‘be given up. When it works it’s fantastic, when it’s finicky it’s frustrating..Version: 6.3.0

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A great app, worth every pennyThis is a great app for tracking sleep and the recent update (with sleep credit tracking) is even better. I did have to adjust the colours used in settings to make it easier for my colour-blindness, but other than that have no complaints. This, along with the HeartWatch app, is part of my daily routine, and has helped be live a healthier life (the AutoWake app is sadly less useful)..Version: 6.0.1

Not the most attractive but it’s the most accurateI first got this app via reviews with everyone raving about it. My first impression of this app over ‘pillow app’ was that it looked like the ugly brother. Anyway I have both of them a shot and AutoSleep gave me so much more insights and more accuracy than the latter. Plus it even picked up on my naps which ‘pillow app’ didn’t. Now I’m used to the design of the app and couldn’t imagine it any other way.....5 stars!.Version: 6.3.1

No muss no fussAmazing! Maybe a little bit of tuning when you first install it, to get the detection right for you. After the, it just gives you high quality sleep data without having to think about it. The biggest problem is that it’s far more accurate if you wear your Watch while you sleep, which means that you need to find another time to charge it; but that’s hardly the fault of the app..Version: 5.9.0

Excellent AppI tried a few sleep apps when I bought my Apple Watch. This is the only one I still use because I don’t have to do anything. It takes a week or two to tweak it to your sensitivity, but once you’ve done that it just works without user intervention. I have an accurate record of how I’ve been sleeping, (which is kind of depressing, but that’s not the app’s fault.) If I could suggest one feature I’d like (only if it doesn’t ruin the app’s core function and ease of use) - smart snoring detection. I’d like the app to record when I snore (not random loud noises) so I can map that to my sleep pattern. Other apps do this but aren’t as accurate or convenient for sleep tracking..Version: 4.0.1

Very good. Insightful.I’m always dubious when it comes to ‘apps’, as most appear to be conceived by kiddies, ....well at least they appear to be. This ‘app’ is quite useful though. And not ‘updated’ like most half thought through attempts at programming, which is re-assuring. Someone actually tested it before marketing, which is seldom a practice seen today. It hasn’t crashed at all! Back to the point .... I don’t believe it has altered my sleep perception too much though, but its interesting to have a look at in the mornings. The rings of the U.I. are a little confusing when they start to overlap, but if you select the adjustments options, it has a serious attempt to streamline its input data, more to ones personal attributes. The ‘rings’ U.I. System made me be weary at first, much like the other offerings that take one as a child in a kindergarten ....the ones that almost give you a gold star for cleaning ones desk! It works perfectly with the ‘X’ and v3 watch perfectly. Recommend. YES. Very useful..Version: 5.1.1

Best Sleep Tracking AppWhen I first purchased my Apple Watch I didn’t think I would care too much about my sleep pattern but this app soon became my favourite and most valuable app. I love being able to track the quality of my sleep including how long I’ve been in deep sleep!! It’s just so freaking cool and accurate. I am aware now if I don’t get a certain amount of quality sleep that it impacts my day greatly. The app works wonders with the watch but if you don’t wear your watch to bed it will use your phone to track your sleep instead. It tracks the number of hours you slept and within that it tracks the quality, hr (for watch users), deep sleep and how recharge you are. The analysis is very easy to read! Plus support on this app is so great, I asked a question about tracking naps and the developer got back to me super fast and with a very detailed response!.Version: 4.0.1

Ex sleep apnea suffererAfter having sleep apnea for many years, and finally, because of a large weight loss (from dieting) I reached the stage where there was no sign of sleep apnea, so no more use of troublesome masks and having to carry machines around when I travel overseas. But i find it important to keep a close eye on my sleep patterns, and the sleep app is simple - no more sleep tests - all I need is my fit bit watch. Brought up in a non technical age, I find it so simple to follow and am quite amazed that all I need to do is to wear my watch all night. Very happy with it all and the first thing I check on when I get up in the morning!.Version: 5.9.0

Night watchAutosleep is exactly that, and in my use so far the app (with the Apple watch naturally) is automatically marking sleep even where spread across multiple sessions. I guess if one was a shift worker it may not be flexible enough, but if sleep is between 2100 and 0900 the sleep state seems all to be there. My personal opinion is that their Heart Rate tracker (which is offered in the developer’s bundle) is a little more useful, but both apps are well leveraging the magic of the watch..Version: 6.5.2

Superb app, without a subscription!This app is amazing. I’ve had an Apple Watch for about a year, but have only been wearing it to sleep for the last week, since getting this app. The insights it offers are great - and are presented in varying levels of detail across different screens so you can decide how much depth you want to go into. I’ve already learned a lot about my sleeping patterns and I’m expecting the app will help me make various changes to improve them. Lastly - the app doesn’t require a subscription fee. It’s well priced, and if brand new versions emerge in the future, I’ll be happy to pay for them. (So a note to the developers... please keep going against the flow and sticking with an up front payment rather than the subscription that other apps require! And... great work!).Version: 6.5.2

Sleep tracking is now part of my lifeThis app is so comprehensive yet easy to use, I highly recommend it. It basically tracks my sleep automatically, and I use it in conjunction with their HeartWatch app. Wearing my Apple Watch to sleep is actually really comfortable. I just turn on cinema mode so the display doesn't turn on, and do not disturb so it doesn't vibrate. If I charge it before bed I wake up with still 100%, and that's after tracking pulse and sleep patterns all night. Excellent.Version: 4.0.1

Does not accurately record wake upsI swapped from a Fitbit to an Apple Watch and was struggling to find an app to track my sleep. This one had tons of great reviews, so it was an easy pick. I am very disappointed in its lack of tracking wake up periods. Unless your awake for 15 mins or more, it does not record that you have woken. I am up and down with 2 kids all night and the app only records it if I am up for a long period. This makes me doubt the other data that it is meant to be recording. I think I’ll just have to go back to wearing my Fitbit at night so that I get an accurate record of my sleep for the night. Very unhappy (and tired) customer..Version: 5.1.1

Very Good but could be betterThere’s a whole like I love about this app and how it tracks my sleep. But, I hate the way it combines sleeps sessions and then gives you a poor readiness score if you go back to sleep within an hour or so of waking up. For example, I might have a green 4 star readiness score when I wake up at 7 am after 8 hours sleep but if I nap for another hour an hour or so afterwards, my readiness score falls to red 1 star. It should be characterized as a separate sleep session..Version: 6.0.1

Great app! High accuracy & extremely thorough!Awesome app! In fact both app’s I’ve downloaded by this developer are of high quality (AutoSleep, & HeartWatch) and clearly designed to work excellently together! Layout’s super easy to understand & navigate... The use of colours also makes it much simpler visually to compare results. All in all, the app’s data is extremely thorough & user friendly! (Most importantly, results are highly accurate for me so far!).Version: 6.2.0

The Most Comprehensive Sleep Tracker!I was frustrated that I had to buy a sleep tracker app compared to the native support in other devices by Garmin and FitBit, but this has turned out to be a fantastic app! Incredibly comprehensive and detailed, the “auto” feature of autosleep is exceptionally accurate and the information is quite deep and thorough along with providing tips to improve the quality of your sleep. Highly recommend..Version: 6.0.1

Large number of easily understood measuresBeen using this app for many years. One of the most easy to understand sleep assessments while including such a large number of metrics for the users information. For those unusual measures, there is an explanation of what each mean, and all seem to have value with how I would sleep. No complaints. Also nice to have an easy and quick to use watch complication for alarm setting! Issue with the Apple Sleep app is that it requires you to set a bedtime routine which is not suitable for shift work. This just automatically records sleep and allows alarms with no complication..Version: 6.4.0

In depth and accurateI have been using this app for sometime now. It is the only app I have found to work automatically in identifying when I’m asleep and awake. It is accurate and provides in-depth information about your sleep and sleeping habits. Won’t be going to another anytime soon. If you want more in-depth information about your heart, definitely grab the heart watch app by the same team! Great work guys, keep it up!!.Version: 5.1.1

Great app for data lovers. Could use some broader featuresLove this app because I love data. Using the Apple watch gives me accurate info on my sleep habits and patterns. However I would like the addition of a sleep cycle alarm, because I'm having to use a separate app for that! There are many of them out there, so it can't be too hard of a feature to implement. Note! The same developers do have a smart alarm, but it's a separate paid app.. Love this app either way..Version: 6.0.1

Great appThis app is a MUST have app for anyone that wants to track their lifestyle, it’s so easy, you don’t even have to remember to turn it on before bed it just automatically does it’s thing. As a full time working mum with Graves’ disease I knew I was sleep poor, by this app has helped me understand just how sleep poor I was and I am now working towards a how’d of filling my sleep bank. Thanks for this app, it’s amazing and addictive.Version: 6.4.0

Very easy to use and accurateI have just converted from a Fitbit to an Apple Watch so I was very keen to get a good app to bridge the sleep monitoring gap. I downloaded another app first and quickly realised it wasn’t very good. I then did some reading a found this app. It’s fantastic. Very comprehensive and easy to use. I would definitely recommend it. I purchased all three in the value pack and it is definitely the way to go because they all feed into each other and the Apple Watch fitness app - providing a 360 perspective about your health and fitness. Thanks for creating this app. I love it and I am in complete Apple Watch heaven now. ;).Version: 5.1.1

The best app sleep app by a big marginAbsolutely fantastic sleep app that integrates well with Apples default health app, effectively allowing you to prevent your vitals data from leaving your device. No subscriptions which is a massive benefit. Would be nice to have some kind of intel panel that’ll assist you with getting better sleep or showing how your sleep changes with different circumstances such as moon phase or if you marked as having alcohol or something.Version: 6.5.2

Best Apple Watch sleep tracking app on the marketI’ve been looking for a great Apple Watch sleep tracking app for some time. All others seem to have the same problem: they don’t sync to the Apple health app unless you open the sleep tracking app each day. AutoSleep manages to sync this data without any hassle from the user. Additionally, it provides you with so much outstanding data and statistics about your sleep. Mine seems to be incredibly accurate too, which I am thrilled about. If you’re worried about spending a bit of money when there are many free alternatives, don’t. AutoSleep trumps all others by a long shot..Version: 6.2.0

I ❤️ AutoSleepI love this. And it’s sister app HeartWatch. The data a find both highly accurate and insightful. I check both apps every morning. I’m now more aware of my need to “recharge” with a catch up sleep. I truly love checking my waking and sleeping heart rate and judging that against my mood / health / activities / sleep quality of the day(s) prior. The data helps me take actions to adjust a few little daily behaviors and get a better night’s sleep - then voilà - a better, calmer, healthier and more productive ensues. Likewise if you stay up late, go out partying and drinking cocktails all night - well, you can have fun predicting how high your waking heart rate will be, how high or low your quality or depth of sleep was. How does it do it so accurately? One reason is that you can tell it what type of sleeper you are. Whether you sleep like an immovable log, or you naturally toss and turn a whole lot. Or somewhere in between..Version: 5.0

Works greatJust what I have been hoping to find for my Apple Watch. Other sleep tracking app solutions require manual input - AutoSleep is completely "set and forget" and works brilliantly. The iPhone interface provides useful details about your sleep quality - not the most intuitive GUI but certainly gets the job done. Have been missing such a solution since switching from another branded fitness tracker to Apple Watch. WatchOS may introduce sleep tracking in the future, but for now AutoSleep is the best way to track sleep on Apple Watch. Highly recommended..Version: 4.0.1

Good app. Lazy dev.Requested a feature. Dev said he’d implement. It’s actually based on simple maths and even a beginner would have been able to add it with very little effort or knowledge. Didn’t appear after months, I sent an email and he blamed his workload. Understandable. But then months have passed again and this incredibly simple option still hasn’t appeared. When ya pay for an app ya kinda wanna feel appreciated for supporting the dev ya know? If you’re not gonna do it, just say so lol instead of creating false hope. That’s all it takes. If you’d just said no, you don’t think you’d be able to do it, just say so. I would have been happy instead of being strung along for all these months haha..Version: 6.2.0

Accurate and Integrates with Apple HealthI’ve had over a year of use before writing this review and note the app developer has continued to refine this product. I came across it because I purchased the developers autowake alarm watch. I found it accurate at detecting sleep to begin with and it’s nice to see it giving helpful advice reminding you of sleep state. I was impressed enough to purchase their heartwatch app as well..Version: 6.0.1

Just excellentI was a little skeptical at first about this app, and I don’t like paying for apps so I was very resistant. My lack of sleep in a heatwave was worse than my empty wallet so I tried this app out. Absolutely amazed about the data it collected, from hours of sleep to heart rate, sleep quality, deep sleep data, everything! Thanks to the information this app has compiled, I have studied it and found my flaws in my sleeping habits, and have corrected them. I am now having better quality sleep for the right amount of time for my body. Very impressed with the functionality and ease of use of this app😄 I highly recommend you try it if you are thinking about it, but make sure you are ok with wearing the Apple Watch while you sleep, that’s where all the data comes from. NOTE: I use Apple Watch series 2, works fantastic😄.Version: 5.0

It works!I have tried a couple of apps and so far this works perfectly. It’s automatically detecting your sleep and wake times, but you need to wear your apple watch which what I am doing anyway. I love that it could have a SIRI command if we meant to let the app know that we’re about to go to sleep, so it can count how many minutes each time to go to sleep. 5 stars and worth every penny!.Version: 6.1.0

How does it know?!It’s amazing what technology can do these days and I’m proud to say that AutoSleep is one of the most useful advancements. No need to set anything it just measures all by itself and I’ve got to be honest it’s pretty accurate not only measuring your hours of sleep, but the quality and your heart rate when sleeping. I can definitely tell if I’ve been sleeping well or if I need more and what’s best for perfecting sleep habits. ;).Version: 4.0.1

FantasticHave been using this for a few months now and can’t fault it, tried a couple of the free apps that were very average at best (one saying I was sleeping whilst at work, boss would be impressed 😂) Auto sleep is well worth the money and works with Apple Watch Infograph face, I paired it with HeartWatch also a brilliant app and again well worth the money, I have a medical condition and both these apps help me immensely.Version: 6.2.0

Great appI love this app. I thought it was really a gimmick until I started to use it. I now sleep longer as I am aware of how few hours I was getting. I also became aware of how my heartbeat changes if I drink alcohol - like 2 glasses of beer or one of wine - in the evening before sleeping - usually heartbeat is up 6-10% and corresponding sleep not as good. I know that’s probably a reasonable expectation but having the evidence helps you to choose if that’s what you want to do to your body - the finer details of the app - level of sleep and restlessness is also really useful in understanding how your everyday life is impacting on your sleep/health..Version: 5.1.1

Helps Understand and Improve SleepThis app has helped me understand and improve my sleep routine and health. Using in conjunction with Apple Watch, I've gradually taken the app's suggestions to go to bed earlier and sleep longer. The only caveat is sometimes it shows I'm awake when I'm actually asleep which then gives an inaccurate sleep duration. Tracking my heart and pulse helps me understand why I wake feeling sluggish or energised. Unsure how to improve that except through regular exercise and getting more sheep. Is it worth purchasing? Absolutely!.Version: 6.4.0

Incredibly thoroughI’m not sure if this is helping my sleep but it certainly gives an incredibly detailed description of what’s going on and it has made me a lot more aware of my sleep and the importance of it. I find some of the graphs or information overly complicated (that just me) and would be great to have a section of ‘better sleep tips’. Other than a fantastic app. Thank you..Version: 6.4.0

Best sleep tracking app -love itI bought my Apple Watch specifically so I could use this app. AutoSleep is super easy to use. Despite my quirky sleep patterns due to illness, it needed virtually no customisation. If AutoSleep isn’t capturing exactly right, there is a super easy adjustment button to use to fix it. If you want, there are lots of other options -I sometimes forget to leave my iPhone turned on in the night. (The Apple Watch sends info on heart rate and movement to the phone all night to build a picture of your sleep-Eg deep sleep periods.) The edit tools make it very simple to fix this the next day. Sleep hours can be entered in, even if heart rate and movement weren’t captured while the phone was off. Finally, the support is awesome. There is great written info on most subjects. If something is super tricky, the email support is very fast, very helpful and the software developers are very responsive. They are constantly improving AutoSleep in line with feedback for users. I love that it is soooo easy to use and collects such a fabulous, detailed picture of my sleep so I can compare patterns over time. AutoSleep is amazing! Ps the data stays with the user. They don’t sell it. Yay!!!.Version: 5.1.1

Best sleep app I’ve usedSuper easy to use and really accurate, I’ve been using pillow for the last year or so and I just felt like it wasn’t giving me as much information, so I looked to see if anything new/better/updated was out there for the new watch iOS. Which is how I found auto sleep, and it is fantastic. I really like the function that you can tell it you’ve gone to bed and it will then be able to tell you, in the morning, how long you took to actually fall asleep. But I also like that it will still track your sleep automatically if you don’t do that. The actual stats it tracks are easy to understand, especially considering it tracks a lot. 10/10 would recommend 😁.Version: 6.4.0

Major update has led app to loose training and no longer accurate.Ever since the dramatic update to AutoSleep - a lot of the long term ‘training’ I’ve done with the app has been wasted. I find that the app does not reflect my sleep appropriately any more and always requires adjustment - even to the point where I have to edit it manually because the choices it provides does not reflect what has actually happened. I did change Apple watches during this time as well...so maybe it’s the Apple Watch...however the change coincides more with the app update. It’s been a few months now and it’s coming to the point where the app leads to more inconvenience then powering me with information. I’ll keep giving it a go but am now opened to trying other sleep tracking applications.Version: 6.0.1

Full featured, but hard to decipherI’ve been using AutoSleep for hundreds of nights and love that I don’t need to do anything to initiate the tracking. I’d like to see some proactive, automatic analysis of all the data that’s been accumulated to give me some insights. Like, am I waking at the most ideal time based on my deep and light sleep patterns. It’s hard for me to get an answer to that question. Design wise the app is a bit dense and could benefit from a design pass to round out some of the rough edges like UI elements, colour palette and so on. Look forward to the future of the app..Version: 6.3.1

Cluttered user interface (HMI) & very inaccurateThe HMI of this app is just awfully unintuitive to use. For those that have not spent at least an hour going over the app’s functions and tweaking in detail, this app is pretty much useless in terms of getting meaningful and ACCURATE data out. From the start (i.e first time you use the app), the supposed sleep detection is awfully inaccurate and without significant ongoing manual changes by user (i.e constantly going back into app to manually adjust your auto detected ‘sleep’ times), the data you get is grossly wrong. For example lying in bed with iPhone and watching TV is recorded as sleeping even if you’re getting up to go to bathroom, drinking water, raising your arm, sitting to lying or air out the blanket every 15 mins or so etc... Oh and I’m wearing Apple Watch with all detections enabled etc etc... For those that love to spend endless hours interacting with the app the sleep data (sensitivity accuracy) you get (provided you wear Apple Watch) should be reasonable enough to get meaningful data out after endless “manual readjustment” via the app’s horrible HMI... However don’t expect this app to be a download and use off the bat and ‘she’ll be right app.’ Summary: Terrible HMI/User interface (cluttered, over saturation of information etc.) & app is very very inaccurate when you don’t spend hours “calibrating” the sleep sensitivity!.Version: 6.1.0

Best sleep app everI’ve been looking for a great sleep tracking app for a very long time and been disappointed time and again, until now. AutoSleep does exactly what it needs to, exactly the way it describes. It tracks sleep and gives details and stats that help you gauge where you sit with your sleeping habits. Paired with the Apple Watch makes the app even better with tracking of sleep, heart rate and detailed movement analysis. Top that off with a single one off payment instead of the subscription model that most developers are going for these days, you just can’t go past this app..Version: 6.0.1

Great help managing chronic illnessGetting a decent night of refreshing sleep is very important in managing my chronic illnesses. This app helps me immensely, by not only tracking sleep, but also apparent depth of sleep and heart rate correlation. It's also easily adjusted in case you know you were lying still rather than asleep (or vice versa). Syncing this and other daily data together gives me a great overview of my health and correlations in behaviours and treatments, both short and longer term..Version: 4.0.1

Great AppWhen I started to have difficulty sleeping, I was often of the impression that I was only getting 2-3 hrs of sleep consistently. Just knowing that made me feel atrocious. Using the sleep app has helped remarkably. I’m still not sleeping well, but at least I have a much more accurate idea of what sleep I’m getting. It’s much more usually 3-5 hrs rather than 2-3 hours and knowing that makes a difference..Version: 5.9.0

Great AppThis is such a good app and just gives so much information so you can really see what is going on and in my case why I am feeling as tired as I do during the day. It is almost confronting, but in a good way so then you maybe able to do something about it as it helps you to understand it. It is like a lot of things in life whereby if you can track your faults someway, you can repair them..Version: 6.0.1

Comprehensive Sleep AppThis is an amazing app with so much detail in the data. I’m still learning to use the various functions as there are so many ways of looking at the sleep data. The general information on achieving a healthy night’s sleep is also most helpful. As a long-standing insomniac, I find it comforting to know that even waking up at night does not necessarily mean a poor night sleep if the other elements, such as deep sleep, are okay..Version: 6.2.0

Love this appThis has also become one of my favourite apps. I was a little apprehensive about setting it up right but it was just following the wizard and I was able to start tracking my sleep. Over the next week, I learned what the bits and pieces meant and tweaked the settings to increase its accuracy and tried out AutoAwake to wake up with; it was an enjoyable process of discovery and I now have a very accurate sleep monitor that lets me know when I have a sleep debt, how long it takes me to get to sleep, how consistent I have been with regular bed times and wake times, what the quality of my sleep is, and even what my oxygen levels are when I wake. I use this with the watch..Version: 6.5.2

Well informedMy daughter mentioned that she had been tracking her sleep patterns and how she can now understand why she is feeling tired and restless. I searched the App Store for a similar programme - she doesn’t have an apple phone so was using a different app. I read all of the reviews and decided to try this app. Although a little sceptical at first I now love the app. as I can now track my actual sleep and my deep sleep and when there is a dip in the results I can look back on the week to see where this is happening. It has been a journey of discovery and now I understand more about my internal body clock. My husband goes to bed at least an hour to 1.5 hours earlier than me, I did try doing this but I found it very difficult to maintain good quality sleep and would often wake around 1am and then have to get up and do something for st least and hour as my brain was too active😊 I now can go to bed early but then I read until around 10pm and my body sync has returned to normal with my internal body clock..Version: 6.4.0

AutoSleepI’ve used a Garmin in previous years that worked really well, I was keen to get another sleep app when I bought my Apple Watch. I tend to wake up multiple times a night with a medical condition, so it helps to know how much sleep I’m missing. I looked around at comparison reviews of sleep apps first.. somehow I managed to buy another more expensive app that never recorded when I was awake and added an average 1.5 hours to my total sleep time per night (SleepMatic). I went by the App Store reviews when deciding to try a second app. AutoSleep has been really accurate, no need for me to be buy another app. Would absolutely recommend..Version: 5.1.1

ExcellentThis is far better than a previous sleep tracking app I’ve used; the information reflects how I feel in the morning & (as far as I can tell given that I’m asleep!) ties-in with what I know of my night. It’s super easy to use, the information is clearly laid-out, and it’s enabling me to alter my habits & behaviour in order to promote a good sleep. Proof that eating before bed, drinking alcohol, or not taking time out to wind-down before bedtime, have a radical negative effect on a restful night’s sleep!.Version: 5.0

WonderfulI am still tired in the morning when I wake up even though I sleep enough hours. I thought I might be sick or something but this app helped me understand my sleep patterns and that my sleep is very disrupted and don’t get much quality sleep. Now I am trying new things to find what works for me to get a better night sleep and this app helps me work out what is working or not. Now if there was just an app to stop hubby snoring my sleep would be perfect 😂.Version: 6.4.0

Precise and hassle freeI love how this app works. It's very accurate, calibrated to your lifestyle and does not require any specific actions when going to bed. You just sleep whenever and however (naps and blackouts included) and it just keeps track of every minute :) All you need is an Apple Watch and then a couple of days calibrating the app for your lifestyle. I also love the HeartWatch app that these guys are doing..Version: 4.0.1

Long term data appMost Apple Watch data apps that I download fall into one of two categories. The first are apps that seem like a good idea but once the initial excitement has gone you stop logging and the data becomes useless. The second are apps that make great use of Apple Watch technology to log in the background. Much more useful. AutoSleep does its thing very, very well leaving me to do mine. 😴.Version: 6.3.1

Good app with some issuesI have been using this for approx a year and like the way it gives the phases of sleep (light, still and deep) and a useful number of extra features such as heart rate dip and noise levels. One issue is that regularly it gets the amount of sleep wrong & this cannot be corrected using its adjustment feature. It only offers limited options not full ability to specify sleep duration. It should also be noted that the sleep categories do not necessarily correspond with sleep stages since it is mainly based on measuring heart rate and motion, so you could be still and not moving but awake..Version: 6.3.1

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More Information about: AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch
App Name:
AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch
Developer:
Tantsissa
Language:
NL EN FR DE IT JA KO PT RU ZH ES SV ZH TR
Genre:
Medical
Size:
37.462.016 BYTES
Bundle Id:
com.tantsissa.AutoSleep
Relase Date:
2016-12-20
Last Update:
2020-12-21
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AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch 6.5.2 Update

Version 6.5.2 (2020-12-21): AutoSleep 6.5.2 - New option for readiness heart rate variability - Subtle updates to clock design ring mode - Support for iPhone mini & iPhone 12 in zoom mode - Language support for Chinese Traditional - Minor maintenance and fixes AutoSleep 6.5! - New range of Widgets now available - Blood oxygen SpO2 tracking * - Today view sleep SpO2 tile * - Enhanced sleep analysis graph - Sleep graph added to clock tab - Exports now with blood oxygen measurements - New User & Quick Start Guides - Various bug fixes and maintenance * Blood oxygen measurements require an Apple Watch Series 6 Learn more on the Whats New page on the AutoSleep website: https://autosleepapp.tantsissa.com/faq/whats-new Thank you to all our customers for their great support, please take a moment to rate us on the App Store, it really helps!.

Version 6.5.1 (2020-11-14): 6.5.1 Fix for health permission conflict. AutoSleep 6.5! - New range of Widgets now available - Blood oxygen SpO2 tracking * - Today view sleep SpO2 tile * - Enhanced sleep analysis graph - Sleep graph added to clock tab - Exports now with blood oxygen measurements - New User & Quick Start Guides - Various bug fixes and maintenance * Blood oxygen measurements require an Apple Watch Series 6 Learn more on the Whats New page on the AutoSleep website: https://autosleepapp.tantsissa.com/faq/whats-new Thank you to all our customers for their great support, please take a moment to rate us on the App Store, it really helps!.

Version 6.4.0 (2020-05-28): Welcome to AutoSleep 6.4! - New charge reminder. Get a reminder of your Watch battery level and whether you should charge it before going to bed. - New Smart Alarm (WatchOS 6 or higher). Start the day feeling less groggy with the new native Apple Watch smart alarm that can wake you up in lighter sleep or gently tap you to take you out of deeper sleep. - New Infograph large modular and large modular complication with alarm status and live sleep tracking. - Watch app support for older watches running WatchOS 4. - Various fixes and general tidying up. - Learn more in the app in Settings / What's New..