SleepCycle

A bio-alarm clock that analyzes your sleep pattern

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#1 Product of the DayMarch 08, 2014

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Chad Fullerton
Chad FullertonHunter@chad_fullerton · Founder, FullertonMedia
A neat app a friend shared with me, it is marketed as "A bio-alarm clock that analyzes your sleep patterns and wakes you when you are in the lightest sleep phase" Essentially it uses the accelerometer in the iPhone to monitor your movement to determine which sleep phase you are in. Waking up in the lightest sleep phase feels like waking without an alarm clock – it is a natural way to wake up where you feel rested and relaxed. Unfortunately only works for iPhone. I have an Android phone, so if anyone knows a similar app for Android let me know :)
Heidi Pungartnik
Heidi Pungartnik@design4founders · Owner of DesignforFounders
@chad_fullerton an app called Sleep as Android does the same thing (it's just not as pretty) :)
Eric Metelka
Eric Metelka@eric3000 · Product Manager, PowerReviews
I use this every night and it works better than any other alarm clock at getting me up. Waking up to a sharp noise will stress your body first thing in the morning. You don't need that. Sleep cycle helps by waking you during light sleep and by gradually raising the volume. It also tracks a lot of data about your sleep, including the time you went to sleep, your sleep cycles, and heart rate upon waking up. It reminds me that I have to go to bed earlier. Pretty easy $1.99 purchase if you need a better alarm clock. The developer also just released sleep cycle power nap and sleep cycle heart rate. I have not used either yet.
Tony Anastasi
Tony Anastasi@tony_anastasi · Filmmaker, works with startups in China.
still my fav sleep app, been using it for years. now has snoring monitor :( haha
Anthony Recenello
Anthony Recenello@arecenello · Dating Coach and Head of Wolf & Garden
Yeah this app actually works really well. It still can't help me get up on time though.
Liam Roberts
Liam Roberts@liam_roberts · Analyst
Coming up for night 1000. Get around it.