Automatically track your sleep from your Apple Watch*. No buttons to press. Even the Watch app is optional! Just sleep!
Using Advanced Heuristics AutoSleep works out how long you've slept so you don't have to.
If you DO wear your Watch to bed, you don't need to do a single thing. AutoSleep will track your sleep & quality and send you a notification in the morning once you unlock your iPhone.
Even if you don't wear your Watch to bed, AutoSleep can track your time in bed. It's extremely simple.
If you DON'T wear your Watch to bed, then simply put your Watch on charge just before you go to sleep. As soon as you touch your iPhone or put your Watch back on in the morning then AutoSleep will know that you have finished sleeping.
A handy Today Widget lets you see how your own "batteries" are charged for last night and the previous seven days. A second (entirely optional) widget lets you also track the time you have taken to fall asleep.
As everyone is a little bit different. AutoSleep provides a simple setup wizard and an option to tweak if you are a very restless sleeper.
If you wear your Apple Watch to bed*, AutoSleep will also analyse your sleep quality. By using time asleep, restlessness, time awake and heart rate it can score the quality of your sleep and provide you with a comprehensive nightly analysis.
*Note. If you do not wear your Watch to bed, AutoSleep simply captures the amount of time sleeping.
AutoSleep also works with HeartWatch our premier heart & activity monitoring app and writes your Sleep information to Apple Health.
*Requires Apple Watch running Watch OS 3.2 or higher. WatchOS 4.2 recommended.
The applications AutoSleep Tracker for Watch was published
in the category Health & Fitness on 2016-12-20 and
was developed by Tantsissa.
The file size is 14.14 MB.
The current version is 5.9.0 and works well on
10.0 and high ios versions.
Support for iOS 12 & WatchOS 5.
Support for new screen sizes and complications in the beautiful new Watch.
Plus a few more smarts in the Watch app under the covers.
Finally one can use an app without having to remember to turn it on. That is the best part of this app. It’s also nice to discover ones sleeping patterns
Absolutely useless. It recorded sleep times anywhere from 15 minutes to 16 hours and 35 minutes. Not even close to reality.
Like most of the world the makers gave no idea that important businesses don't shut down when they go to sleep. My only bedtime choices are between 2100 and 0000hrs. Considering that's 9an and noon for me is beyond their imagination. Who do you think needs a sleep app more? This app is useless for me and I want a refund or a rapid fix of when I can choose my sleep hour. Even day shift people go to sleep at different times. Why can't it be adjustable?
Useless app. Its inaccurate.
There are zero options to set it to track sleep during the day.
Bought this 3 days ago and already want my money back, this app basically relies on your movements and so if you turn over a couple of times in your sleep you will get a nice gap in your sleep and it will think that you have horrible sleep quality. You could adjust the data after the fact but how do I know exactly what happened during the middle of the night. No alarm on this app you have to buy another app for an alarm, which is not very well rated and I will not be buying. Stay away from this app is my recommendation.
The app is very informative especially once you have collected a month or so of data.
The app was working great until recently. It's been losing pairing with the watch and/or not tracking my sleep accurately. When I try to adjust the sleep The circles aren't working correctly. This app used to be great-not sure what happened. Need a new update?
Enjoying the app thus far.
My favorite sleep tracking app
Very inaccurate app.
After moving to an Apple Watch from a Fitbit I was looking for a sleep tracking App that worked just as well. I’ve found it with AutoSleep and I’m very happy with its performance and delivery of my sleep data. The App works extremely well and is easy to interpret and I highly recommend it.
Great app for tracking sleep. Easy to read display and it collects all the data I need especially when you use their other app HeartWatch. Highly recommended.
Never left a review before but the Apple watch implementation of this app is great. Super accurate and I don't need to do anything, it just tracks my sleep automatically and I review it in the morning.
I have tried Pillow and Sleep++ and found issue with both. One was not accurate and the other too basic. AutoSleep is pretty accurate and has enough information. I do have two issues - one you have to have the complication on the active watch face when you sleep for some reason (their advice not mine) and this is a pain if you use multiple watch faces, and two the interface could learn a lot from FitBit, I find it clunky and set out in a strange way. But even with the caveats I really like the information AutoSleep provides and love the two companion apps AutoWake and especially HeartWatch which integrate beautifully. I recommend all of these apps noting that they do need a bit of of a tweak to deserve 5 stars.
This is really worth it
One thing I’d like is to toggle to see the time I woke up at in the history view, not just the time I went to sleep. Some research says that consistency in wake up times is even more important than what time you go to sleep!
This app didn’t always report correctly with my old Apple Watch now with the series 4 it’s working well and pretty accurate working on wearing my watch to bed big improvements
I love this app. It helps me take care of myself, be aware of how I’m sleeping and be able to monitor my health. Really valuable insights to assist with making changes in my daily habits to improve my general well being.
Unfortunately I can’t get this to work with my S4 watch and iPhone 7+.
Just got AW4, replacing a Fitbit Charge 2 used daily for two years. This app is different than the native Fitbit sleep app which was very good — and this is even better once I got used to a different interface and metrics. Very well written app with an excellent graphic interface that gives the basics at a glance on the watch. The app on my iPhone has much more info that gets into the details. The only thing this app and the native Fitbit app do not seem to pick up are occasional afternoon naps — but otherwise very good.
I love this app. I thinks it’s better than Fitbit and gives me more information!!!
This app works exactly as advertised! The heart rate monitor coming from the apple watch is really interesting to look at each morning, and it's done two things for me. Make me want to get better sleep, better health, and it then gave me a way to track my progress.
I’m really liking this app, it’s interesting to see my sleep patterns and how much quality sleep I’m getting.
This app motivates me to get more sleep.
Works well.. ez to use and understand.. One more little insight into your health..
This is a wonderful sleep tracking app. However, the data is only as good as what my Watch provides. I question the accuracy of “Deep Sleep”. Seems like nights where I toss and turn result in greater deep sleep results, over nights where I sleep right through. As Watch hardware/software improves, so will this app. Tracking sleep with Watch 4.
I work night shift, which means I sleep during the day. No matter what I try to do and go in and adjust, it only allows for sleep patterns at night. So this doesn’t work at all for me.
Have used this app in the past but not consistently. With Watch 4 that has great battery life I am able to wear the watch all night and not even think about it. Accuracy is phenomenal!
I love this app. I wear my watch to bed every night (I charge when in the bath/shower in the morning and while getting ready for bed at night and it’s fine). The data is wonderful. My only complaint is that I am having a hard time dialing it in. I feel like I’m awake and tossing and turning more than the app detects. But if I set my stillness to below average, it doesn’t notice my sleep at times I know I was out. I’ve had this for nearly a year and I love it, but I’m still tweaking on a weekly basis. YMMV.
Great to track sleep. I don’t do well with too little sleep. Downside for me is that I can’t find where to capture daytime naps. They are common to my lifestyle and shift work. Any ideas would be appreciated
It does a good job. You have to “pull down to refresh” for the app know you’re awake if you did turn “the lights off”
I’m enjoying the app very much, I find it useful and informative
Best things about this app... - once it’s set up, it works away itself. - it’s very consistent. - it gives some useful info around past seven day averages, etc. Many experts say that none of these sleep tracking apps can really track the stages of the sleep cycle, and that some of their metrics are meaningless (even if the colourful graphs look great). But as a general proxy of your sleep patterns this app is as good as I’ve seen. And it’s definitely made me more mindful to get enough sleep.
It takes a little setup and a few tweaks over the first week or so but it works well. I have their other apps too, that makes analysis easier. Simple things like your sleeping heart rate after alcohol
Finally an app that tracks sleep perfectly and just starts on its own without having to remember to tap any button. Love this app and find it extremely useful. Just wear your watch to bed and the app does the rest.
Ease of use is fantastic. You have to do so little to gain so much info - well worth installing, perfect for using with Apple Watch.
Great app. Only missing REM cycle and alarm.
I’ve been using this app for over a year and it just works flawlessly in the background and I never have to do anything. I put my watch on my nightstand charger at night and pick it up in the morning. That’s it. Love this so much I’d buy it again if I could!
So, if I switch “lights off” button and just leave my watch by my table it does not count it as sleep. Instead, it will think I am asleep during the day, completely confusing Heartwatch app. Manual edits sometimes work, and then just don't... look, I don’t want to wear my watch 24/7 I am not a psycho, uninstalling, will maybe come back later to see if the issue is resolved