Great with sleepbot I use this with sleepbot and it organizes the information very well
Funny I love the ease of use, I ADORE the humor sprinkled throughout, the widget is bangin, and this app is very thorough. .. way more than just a sleep and wake app.
I am grateful This is the best app I used to improve my sleep. (I tried all of them.) It allows you to identify and follows the evolution of your sleep parameters and patterns. It is flexible to your own needs and easy to use with its very smart widget. I relearnt to sleep. A life savior app for strong insomiac. Remarquable work. I am grateful Dev.
A no fuss, get the facts app I have hypersomnia and wanted an app that first of all didn't focus on lack of sleep or sleep apnea being the only sleeping disorders in existence. After trying many, this app is the only one that is straight forward and easy to manage in order to get the facts. I can easily export the data for Dr. appointments. One last thing, this "father" has a great sense of humour. As a result of all of this, I'm off to purchase the app.
A stats package with no realtime data collection. The app is a statistical package and faulted for the poor overview in Google Play. You get more explicit information about that after you load the app and read the notice about what it does. At the very end of the notice it tells you, paraphrasing, “the app does not collect actual data on its own and if you want that get some other app. This one is not for you”. From what I could tell the app will run stats from two sources, user hand entered, or side loaded/downloaded from Sleepbot. You can hand qualify your input with tags related to dreams, aids (like alcohol, pills &etc.), hindrances (like caffeine, dog barking, bathroom break & etc.), tags (like hotel, school night, work night & etc.), and add notes and comments. It will then run stats on the above. No so useful for me but might be a replacement for doing your own monitoring with Excel. It might be useful for evaluating Sleepbot data. Given the developers comment of, “Go ahead and post whatever nonsense you want in the Android Market comments, but I've given up on reading them”, I doubt if they would be any good. Cranks can be discounted but dismissing feeback is not a good developer strategy.
3.0.2 (Released May 4, 2015):
* stop losing periods from widget or 3rd party apps
* stop showing blank pages
* notes field now grows vertically as needed on Record page
* more bugs extracted
Full change log displayed in app upon upgrade.