100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Added-value stats
- Cool design
- Only for curious/advanced users
An add-on for Sleep as an Droid with extra stats for a comprehensive knowledge of your sleep phases
Although Sleep as an Droid brings some stats tracked from your sleep phases, they provide basic info. If you want to have a comprehensive knowledge of it, give a try to this add-on: SleepStats. Beside the basic statistics you'll also get sleep length, debt, wake-up and fall asleep hours, ratings in week from "smart early wake-ups", 10-day stats, month, quarter, half and yearly view. That allows you to have a full view of how evolves your sleep phases even for seasons.
Sleep as an Droid has been developed by Petr NÃ¡levka, an individual developer who has launched half dozen (great) apps on the market with remarkably success.
This application is an Add-on for Sleep as Android - the smart alarm clock which can track your sleep patterns, please make sure Sleep as Android is installed. This add-on brings advanced sleep statistics. It visualizes your sleep length, debt, wake-up and fall asleep hours, smart early wake-ups and ratings in week, 14-days, month, quarter, half year and yearly view.
- fix in deep sleep % aggregation
- fix for no enough data to form advice regression model warning
- fix for landscape advice layout
- translation, icon update
- snoring statistics in trends
- effect of tags (alcohol, sport...) on snoring
- shows averages in bar chart views
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Very comprehensive sleep tracker. Comprehensive, yet easy to use.
Many thanks to the development team.
Could you add an option for 'forced english' just ast in the main app?
Great but it could use a Furnace, Fan, or Hairdryer lullaby. The integration with the rest of the "Sleep as Android" set is phenomenal once you have the sequece of delays set up. Although it would be nice if you could flip a switch somewhere in the settin
Lots of stats, very useful, somehow feels less refined than the main app from a usability perspective though.