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Do Android users dream of electric sleep?  by CupcakesAndCode

CupcakesAndCode says: I'm happier when I'm not sleep-deprived, but with a hectic schedule and constant caffeine cravings, I'm not very good at keeping up with my zzz's. These apps are all designed to help you track and improve your sleep habits.
CupcakesAndCode's picks
  1. SleepBot - Sleep Cycle Alarm
    SleepBot - Sleep Cycle Alarm Use the SleepBot tracker to log your zzzz's. In addition to charting out how much snoozing you're doing each week, Sleepbot calculates your Sleep Debt Index and provides helpful tips for getting enough beauty rest.
  2. White Noise
    White Noise Need help falling asleep? Soothing sounds, ranging from gently crashing waves to fans to freight trains (whatever works, right?) help you get ready to float off to dreamland.
  3. Self-Hypnosis for Sound Sleep
    Self-Hypnosis for Sound Sleep Light music and a soothing voice help guide you to sleep. Whether or not you're into hypnosis, this app is incredibly calming.
  4. Bedside Buddy
    Bedside Buddy This app will put your phone to sleep so you can snooze without being distracted by calls, messages, or alerts.



Have you tried LavaBox? It's instantly relaxing.

Reply to comment Posted November 02, 2010



Most of these apps either play sounds or allow you to record data manually. I found only one automated data collection app: ElectricSleep.
You put it in your bed (e.g. under your pillow) and it records your movements. You get a simple graph, where you can see how much time you spent lying still.
For people with bad sleeping habits, it can be interesting to actually measure your sleep.
Put your phone in airplane mode to avoid radiation (and notifications of incoming email).

Associated Apps:  ElectricSleep

Reply to comment Posted January 27, 2011