Pillow Automatic Sleep Tracker

Pillow Automatic Sleep Tracker

By Neybox Digital Ltd.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2014-05-22
  • Current Version: 3.7.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 249.05 MB
  • Developer: Neybox Digital Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 38,821 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Pillow Automatic Sleep Tracker App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 38,821 Reviews
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Pillow Automatic Sleep Tracker App Description

Sleep trouble? Sleep better with Pillow, your smart sleep assistant. Pillow can analyze your sleep cycles automatically using your Apple Watch, or you can use Pillow without an Apple Watch by placing your iPhone or iPad on the mattress near your pillow. Use Pillow as a smart alarm clock to wake you up at the lightest possible sleep stage and start your day refreshed and relaxed. Record important audio events such as snoring, sleep apnea and sleep talking. Explore trends about your sleep and compare your sleep quality with ten Apple Health metrics that affect sleep. Fall asleep faster with Pillow’s carefully selected sleep aid sounds and get personalized insights and tips about sleep using Pillow’s unique Snooze lab feature. Pillow has been featured in: The New York Times, Forbes, The Guardian, BuzzFeed, The Washington Post, TechCrunch, MacStories and has been rated by many as one of the best sleep tracking apps for the Apple Watch and iPhone. Join the millions that have discovered the life-changing benefits of great sleep! AUTOMATIC MODE - Just wear your Apple Watch during sleep. Pillow will automatically detect and analyze your sleep - Sleep calendar: Pillow can detect sleep sessions from past dates. - View last night’s report on your Apple Watch or iPhone - Automatic sleep tracking does not require the Apple Watch app to be installed - Get your sleep analysis report automatically as soon as Pillow detects sleep. - Alarms & Audio recordings are not available in automatic mode MANUAL MODE - Track your sleep with your Apple Watch, iPhone or iPad by pressing start when you go to sleep and pressing stop when you wake up. - Smart wakeup: Pillow will wake you up at the lightest possible sleep stage SLEEP & HEART RATE ANALYSIS - Advanced sleep analysis algorithm, based on the latest scientific findings in sleep research - View your heart rate graph overlaid on top of your sleep analysis graph - Detailed sleep stage diagram (Awake, REM, Light Sleep, Deep Sleep) and sleep session statistics like time to sleep, time in bed and more LISTEN TO IMPORTANT AUDIO EVENTS DURING SLEEP - Records sounds during your sleep - Play, export or delete any audio recording COMPARE YOUR SLEEP QUALITY WITH APPLE HEALTH - Pillow updates Apple Health’s Sleep category automatically - Compare your sleep quality with many Apple Health categories that affect sleep SLEEP AID MELODIES AND WAKE UP SOUNDS - Carefully selected wake up sounds - Select any song from your iTunes library to use as an alarm - Sleep aid melodies and ambient soundscapes to help you fall asleep - Optional vibration settings (iPhone only) OPTIMAL BEDTIME - Pillow analyzes your sleep cycles and suggests the best time to go to bed. Pillow can notify you when your optimal bedtime approaches SNOOZE LAB - Personalized experiments & recommendations. - Regularly updated with the latest scientific research and sleep-related facts SLEEP TRENDS & STATISTICS - Explore your sleep history with Week, Month, Year and All Time overviews SECURELY BACKUP AND SYNCHRONIZE & EXPORT YOUR SLEEP DATA - Sync your sleep data and audio recordings between your devices - Connect to your Runkeeper account to automatically update your sleep data and share it with other apps NAP MODES - Select between powernap, recovery and full cycle naps MOOD REPORTING & SLEEP NOTES - Track your mood when you wake up - Add your notes to every sleep session and discover how they affect your sleep quality PREMIUM FEATURES INCLUDE: (One-time purchase. No subscriptions or hidden fees.): - Unlimited sleep history - Weekly, Monthly, Yearly, sleep trends - Listen to your sound recordings - Nap Modes - Access to all wake-up melodies - Access to all sleep aid programs - Snooze lab: Personalised sleep tips - Compare your sleep quality with Apple Health metrics - Wakeup melodies from your iTunes library - Database export in CSV format

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App Reviews

  • Pillow

    4
    By karenth
    I really love this app! On the daily report is there any way to show time awake? Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  • Automatic does not work

    1
    By Arenea0
    Automatic sleep tracking does not work no matter how much trouble shooting you do. I did every troubleshooting step listed, and the app STILL says insufficient information for sleep tracking.
  • Couldn’t tell how good the app is

    2
    By lanna7900
    I downloaded the app thinking I had a choice to purchase the premium version after checking out the app. Unfortunately, it appears that if you don’t view your data of that night right away the only way to view it is to make the 4.99 premium upgrade. Then you can review all of your data. I won’t pay for something that I may not be happy with. I have purchased a couple of apps in the past and have been disappointed unfortunately, it looks like it maybe a good app but I can’t tell since I am unable to view any of my data. After 7 days I have now deleted the app.
  • Good app

    4
    By Tom n Sara
    Gives me a great view of my sleep cycles and awake time and nightly readings of heart rate.
  • Love this app Butt....

    4
    By Biz Hatch
    I absolutely love this app but the only complaint I have is that you can’t either set multiple alarms on the app or you can’t use the alarm system the phone comes with. The app doesn’t allow my other alarms to go through.
  • Great but not now

    1
    By Nikok21014
    The app was good and the sleep tracker worked as it should on the Apple Watch series 1 and on the series 4. However after the update the series 4 watch needed over 60% battery charge in order to use. Which was not ideal and required me charge my watch before going to bed. Then today I tried to use the app and pop up menu popped up stating the series 4 watch needed 92% charge in order to use it.. ridiculous!! What am I going to need 100% soon to use the app?? I paid for this app, and I’m not happy.. this needs to be corrected..
  • FIXED! Depleted the watch battery

    5
    By ca bubba
    The developer responded with a fix. All is well now. Thank you! Depleted the watch battery overnight. This is been since the last update.
  • Poor sensitivity

    2
    By Night owl needed morning alrm
    I paid for the app because initially I liked it. But I have noticed it doesn’t pick up on my naps that I take at times and it doesn’t record them at all.
  • Pillow doesn’t work

    1
    By Agxsam
    Pillow results show sleep all through the day with random awakes, light and deep sleep. When I do sleep, it shows 4 or 5 hours of solid pink/REM. Totally inaccurate and worthless.
  • Nice app but a little confused

    4
    By Szei
    Excellent presentation. Looks like an app designed by Apple. I’m a little confused by Automatic mode even though there is pretty extensive documentation. I couldn’t find any explanation for: 1. Is there any way to use sleep aid in automatic mode? Doesn’t seem like it but I feel like this should be in the Q&A. 2. Will automatic mode try to wake you up when you hit your target sleep time? Or is there no kind of alarm at all? I know you can’t set an alarm in automatic mode, but it wasn’t clear to me if it will try to wake you after reach your target time or if you have to just rely on an external alarm app or clock. Other than that this is a really great app and for the most part it is intuitive. Just the automatic vs manual part and when you have to use the apple watch app vs the phone vs both is a little confusing. I know that this information is mostly in the documentation but I feel like having a chart would make it clearer. For example, rows = modes, col = devices, and put green checks or red crosses in the appropriate squares to show which modes require which devices (and whether you have to launch the app on those devices).

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