Many of us don’t get enough sleep each night. With a decent sleep tracker, you can analyze how well you sleep and figure out how to change your environment or routine to get more rest each night. Your Apple Watch is more than smart enough to track your sleep quality. Here are 5 sleep tracking Apple Watch apps that help you do just that:
Pillow: a sleep tracker for Apple Watch and iPhone that automatically detects and analyzes your sleep. It provides you with advanced sleep cycle and heart rate analysis. It can record snoring, sleep apnea, and sleep talking. The premium version gives you access to sleep trends, nap modes, data export in CSV format, and a whole lot more.
Rem: an auto sleep tracker Apple Watch app that uses AI and machine learning to give you accurate sleep analysis. It gives you a breakdown of your sleep, heart rate, sleep regularity, and pattern. It gives you a sleep score between 0 to 100. This app also gives you an overview of sleep disruptions.
Sleep Cycle: a snore recorder and alarm clock for iPhone and Apple Watch that helps you wake up when you are in a light sleep phase. It learns about your bedtime patterns and gives you detailed analysis. The premium version supports customizable wake up windows, sound recording, data comparison, and trends.
Rise: this app tracks your sleep debt, so you will know when you should prioritize your sleep. It makes recommendations to help you sleep better. It shows your energy schedule to get the most out of your day. It integrates with Apple Health and fitness trackers to determine how your lifestyle affects your sleep patterns.
NapBot: a machine learning sleep tracker for iOS and watchOS. It automatically tracks your sleep and gives you detailed sleep phase analysis. This app analyzes your environment to let you know how noise affects your sleep quality.
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