I'm not a daily data watcher but I do like to check my AHI every once in awhile. Nitelog is great for that. I do think that folks would like to ability to export the data into a CSV file for use in programs which provide more analysis. I've used Nitelog on a Note Pro 12 with Kitkat, a Note 3 with Lillipop and now a Froid Turbo 2 with Lollipop. All platforms work well.
Spent over 2 hours working on this WITH some customer support and still can't get the ^$#%$ thing to work. I give up. Just use their PC application, you'll be viewing your logs in less than a minute!
Does not work with android Just spent 40 minutes on the phone with technical support. She was very nice, but never got this working on my Motorola droid. Have to instead download the hdm data viewer to my laptop, and plug the Z1 in by USB cable.
This app connects to my Z1 Auto CPAP via Bluetooth. I can use it to turn the machine on and off, but it is not recording any of my sleep data on my LG G4 phone. Since I can turn the Auto CPAP on and off with the switch on the machine, the app is essentially useless to me. In case the Z1 tech people are looking at these reviews, in addition to fixing the app so it records sleep data on the LG G4, please update the firmware on the Z1 so that it will turn itself on when it senses my breathing and turn itself off when it senses that the mask is no longer attached to my face. One other fault should be noted. When I turn on the Z1 using the the app, I can watch the pressure start to rise from my baseline even though I am still awake and breathing just fine. I don't have it set to ramp up. It is set up to start at 4cm pressure and to automatically increase to 12cm if needed because it senses apneic spells. At least, that's what my pulmonologist wrote on the prescription that I sent to the CPAP supplier when I bought the Z1. One final note. I do like the Z1 for traveling. It's lighter and much smaller than the the Auto CPAP that I use at home. But I can't use the Z1 at home because it doesn't record my sleep data, and my pulmonologist needs to see that I actually use the CPAP so that I can continue to get supplies. For what it's worth, when I run the Xperia Bluetooth Media Fix app at the same time as the Nitelog, then the sleep data can be viewed when the synch button at the bottom of the data screen is pressed.
Doesn't work I can connect with my z1 via PC but when I try to sync on Android it locks up and eventually crashes. A shame because this would be more convenient.
This app is flawed. I put the app on an iPhone as well. When the android app does connect to the z1 it gives different AH numbers than the iPhone. Most of the time it won't connect, however.