AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch

AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch

By Tantsissa

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-12-20
  • Current Version: 6.9.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 44.28 MB
  • Developer: Tantsissa
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.71698
From 49,145 Ratings


Automatically track your sleep from your Apple Watch*. No buttons to press. Even the Watch app is optional! Just sleep! Total Privacy. ------------- AutoSleep has no user analytics tracking. No advertising plugins. No 3rd party code. No data upload. Ask your "free" sleep app if they can say the same. Everything Included. -------------------- No extra In App Purchases. No subscriptions. Apple Sleep Stages ----------------- Full integration with Sleep Stages from the Apple Sleep app, so you have the option to use the Apple Sleep app and view all the information in AutoSleep. Functions ----------------- AutoSleep includes all the information and functionality you need for sleep monitoring, including: Time Asleep – sleep duration and sleep bank balance Sleep Rating – a consolidated rating score of your sleep Sleep Rings – fill your sleep rings with quality sleep, including heart rate, deep sleep and REM Apple Sleep Stages – option to use the data from the Apple Sleep app Sleep Blood Oxygen – measurements while sleeping Respiration Rate – track your breathes per minute Noise – environmental noise measurements Sleep Analysis – view detailed graphs and breakups on your sleep cycles Sleep Fuel – measure the quality and efficiency of your sleep Tonight’s Bedtime – recommends your latest bedtime based on your habits Readiness – indicates your physical and mental stress Temperature – track your sleeping wrist temperature Sleep Consistency – learn about your time to bed behaviours Lights Off – track the time to fall asleep Live Sleep Tracking – view your sleep statistics during the night Smart Alarm – Watch in-built smart alarm to help you wake in lighter sleep Widgets – fantastic range of iPhone widgets Complications – multiple Watch face options HomeKit – full integration with Apple HomeKit Emojis & Notes – record comments and tags to your sleep session Explore – deep dive analytics views Siri – use with Siri voice commands Shortcuts – create your own shortcuts that you use with AutoSleep Adjust – a simple function to adjust sleep/wake detection individual to you History – advanced graphs and trends Configuration – change the theme and design your clock sleep rings Setup – customise your sleep goals, setup notifications and reminders Exports – exporting options to save your data About AutoSleep ----------------- 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. 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 take your Watch off 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. 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. AutoSleep also works with HeartWatch our premier heart & activity monitoring app and writes your Sleep information to Apple Health. *Requires Apple Watch running WatchOS 4 or higher. Awards ----------------- Best of 2018 Best of 2019 Best of 2020 Best of 2021 Best of 2022



  • Excellent App

    By KBKinfinity
    This is a very well done app with a unique user interface. I find the data presented to be quite helpful, particularly the historical plots. I have not encountered any bugs, and the app is very responsive. Good developer!
  • Superb Sleep Tracker

    By Alphababy
    It is so true that it “pisses me off”.. nails down that deep sleep. Still wish manually editing sleep esp when watch is not worn could be a simple input.. Also, new ability to track naps. All in all, love the app. It is my go to sleep app.
  • Metrics Do Not Reconcile With Apple Sleep App

    By violetdudley
    The sleep readings in AutoSleep are significantly at odds with corresponding readings in iOS’s native Health Sleep apps. For example, last night the watch Apple Sleep app recorded total sleep of 7:20 with active sleep of 6:46. AutoSleep’s readings are, respectively, 5:40 and 4:19. Apple Sleep’s Awake time: 7 minutes; AutoSleep’s Awake/Disrupted time: two hours fifteen minutes. What’s going on? These are just a few of the internal anomalies in AutoSleep. Recasting what Apple Sleep records as “Core Sleep” into what AutoSleep counts as “Disrupted”, well, the non-native AutoSleep appears to be a prime time wannabe but succeeds only in distracting the user with pretty graphics and colors and a boatload of measures that have meaning only within the borders of the app itself and not confirmable to external standards. What do the developers say to this?
  • TMI

    By suneesabrina
    Update 2/3/23: Decided to switch to Apple sleep. I was doubting the 3-4 hrs of deep sleep in my stats and feel Apple tracks stages more accurately. And I like the REM tracking ability. Cannot believe this app doesn’t track REM. I prefer the less complicated style of Apple, this app has way too much going on. Which is great if you want all the info. Kudos to the developers for layers and layers of data, I just need a break from it. Finally, it uses way too much battery for the already short battery life of Apple Watch. Apple Sleep uses much less battery. Older review: Very thorough app, maybe too thorough in some areas unless you’re a data scientist. I don’t always agree with my sleep rating. Mostly it’s a good app with much more information than an average person needs. Sometimes less is more. There should be an easier way to adjust sleep times if your watch battery dies while sleeping. Also, learned it will not track if watch is locked! After charging, make sure you unlock it after putting back on your wrist! Again, this is where it would be helpful to add sleep times without reinventing the wheel.

    By MorganMichelle22
    Best sleep app I have EVER used. Only complaint I have is that it doesn’t explain to you what the sleep categories means or maybe I just haven’t found it yet. I just got the app so I’m still figuring everything out but it’s super easy to use!!
  • Awesome app

    By Jon656
    This app is a great way of tacking your sleep
  • Sleep times not accurate

    By Anonymous98765
    This app never shows me the correct sleep times. It’s usually about a half hour off on each end. They suggest “calibrating” the app by choosing one of multiple other sleep time options the app has come up with, but those are never accurate either, and the app will not allow you to manually select sleep/wake times. The best it will do is allow you to remove 5 minute increments of time from a “chart” but it will not let you add time, so you can never get an accurate assessment of your sleep. This morning I woke up at 8:00 exactly, but the app insisted I woke up at 7:52. (The time I fell asleep was also about 15 minutes off.) When I tried to calibrate it, I was given multiple options that ended at 7:52, and one that ended at 8:15 - it wasn’t even yet 8:15 in the morning but it was giving me that as an option! How could I be sleeping AND trying to calibrate the app?? Another issue is that you have to be very still while sleeping; if you move while you sleep, the app will think you’re awake. I have another sleep app and it works perfectly, even with my involuntary sleep movements, but it’s an expensive yearly subscription and I was hoping to save money by switching to this app since so many other people rated it highly… but it’s just not working for me. Wish I hadn’t spent the money, unfortunately.
  • Best sleep tracker for Apple Watch

    By Tripp88
    Automated functionality is accurate and allows you to tweak slightly based on recorded patterns. The only thing more reliable is the Whoop band (measures HRV constantly) which is only worth the enormous subscription fees for a very small set of people.
  • Confusing UI

    By pacerwow
    Really wanted to like this app but could not make sense of the complex UI.
  • Had to pay again! when switch from iPhone7 to11

    By JackJackEn
    It works great, especially auto start/stop without tapping with sensitivity tuning by manual. I wonder why this doesn't use phone's mic to measure the sound/ noise but latest smart watch..