Sweet Dreams by Inizziativa Networks
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Location, motion, sound activation
- User-friendly interface
- Ease of use
- Location feature increases battery consumption
- Not for low-profile users
+ By Inizziativa Networks
Sweet Dreams allows you to set filters and manager your sound mode.
Sweet Dreams is much more than a simple alarm app. It has been developed to make your life easier, that's it, to avoid oversights on scheduling your sleeping and waking up time as well as saving battery. It allows you to set sleep mode settings like enable/disable ringtone, WiFi, bluetooth, data network or even screen turning off period. Likewise, you can set when the sleep time starts, that's it, when your phone will automatically turn to sleep mode. You can also schedule your wake up time and the days of the week you want to wake up at that time. Finally, you can set checking interval as well as notifications.
Until here we've explained its basic features, let's focus on its added-value features: Sleep/Wake up mode can be activated in four different ways: manual, location (when we get into a 500 meter radius), motion (when phoned is moved) or sound (when sound is detected). Take into account that the location feature needs GPS and preferably wireless networks enabled (so it increases battery consumption).
If you're absentminded, this is a good way to improve your efficiency and battery consumption. Recommendable.
Hungarian, Brazilian, Greek, Portuguese, Arabic, Farsi, Croatian and Macedonian language support.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Sadly it just goes straight to sleep mode, time notwithstanding. If it's a phone-specific problem, I'm on an Xperia.
Doesn't work on my Samsung S4
This used to be great when I was rocking an android eclair phone but as you can see there has never been an update for newer android OS. So I keep getting stopped working message when its running. Nexus 4. IMO Google should yank apps that don't update for newer OS.
At night I always have to go in, disable, then enable for it to work. It won't do it on its own anymore. Same with Note 2 and Note 3.
A very functional app, many good features.
Worked great on both my gs3 until the jelly bean update