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[Android] Sleep As Android Lifetime Premium $9.99 (via in-App Purchase) - Normally $19.99 @ Google Play


This app seems to keep getting more expensive, but when going through it today I noticed a 50% off promotion for the lifetime premium upgrade via in-app purchase.

There's nothing saying that it is targeted, but the 'unlocker' app available at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.urbandroid... is still full price, so it might be targeted. Best to just open the app and have a look for yourself.

From the Google Play store's description:

Sleep as Android is a smart alarm clock with sleep cycle tracking. Wakes you gently in optimal moment for pleasant mornings.


  • Sleep cycle tracking with smart wake up
  • Sleep graph history
  • Google Fit, S Health
  • Pebble, Android Wear, Garmin Connect IQ
  • Sleep deficit, deep sleep and snoring statistics
  • Social sharing (FaceBook, Twitter)
  • Gentle volume nature sound alarms (birds, sea, storm…)
  • Music playlists from alarm
  • Nature sound lullabies with binaural tones for fast fall asleep
  • Never over sleep again with CAPTCHA wake up verification (Math, Sheep counting, Phone shaking, Bathroom QR code or NFC tag scanning…)
  • Sleep talk recording, snoring detection and anti-snoring
  • Jet lag prevention

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  • +6

    My kids do this for free. Except the Wakes you gently bit

    • +4

      They also tend to pick the worst part of your cycle to wake you up.

    • +1

      I didn’t know jv had a burner account too

      • +10

        Cant be jv, the joke is actually funny.

  • +4

    great app for those interested in sleep data/tech.
    Dev's seem to be invested in improving the app to utilise new tech (e.g. watches/02 sensors etc) as they become available. I feel its a good investment.

    FYI i got the unlock for $2.50 in 2012

    BUT it has been as cheap as ~$4.70 in the last two weeks so I would hold of and watch the price.

    • $1.99 on March 30, 2016. It's a brilliant app. Integrates nicely with my Amazfit BIP. I'm a chronic sleep apnoea sufferer and my sleep specialist can't believe how accurately the data from my watch and this app correlates to the data from my CPAP machine.

      • Bought the Unlock with Telstra credits about then. But forgot about it as didn't integrate with my old Fitbit. Installed free.
        Interesting it takes data from CPAP! Makes sense.

        • Sorry no, you misunderstood or perhaps I didn't explain clearly. I was just highlighting that the data from this app is almost as accurate as the data from my $2K CPAP machine as far as detecting deep vs light sleep cycle

          • @aldroid: Ah. So that's the data fed from your Amazfit BIP to Sleep As app?

            Its been many years since I've used Sleep As… Exploring again.

          • @aldroid: Except… CPAP machines don't record light or deep sleep. Infact, apart from a proper sleep study, all these devices are really bad at detecting light and deep sleep. How do I know? I'm a sleep scientist.

            But hey, your money to choose what to spend it on.

            • @dangerdanger: Just curious, have you ever looked at the data that is logged to the SD Card on a ResMed machine in the ResScan software. It can absolutely show you when you're in deep and light sleep phases. The characteristics of the flow limitations, snore index and events (obstructive and central) are clear indicators of your sleep phase.

              • @aldroid: Yes I look at the raw data all the time, and I do in lab sleep studies. What people believe is light or deep sleep is wrong. 60 years of EEG leads to the head, and along comes tech companies who think they can do it from a cpap machine download / watch / ring. Have you ever wondered why those companies have fine print - "not to be used for medical purposes"? I haven't looked at this particular app, but I'll bet there's a similar disclaimer there too.

                Light and Deep sleep do not determine what flow limitation / events you have. In fact, if CPAP is working, you should have very few events at al, so does that mean deep sleep all night? Actually no….

                The age of self-help is here and people will do what they want. 🤷🏻‍♂️ They'll even put their trust in a $1.99 app.

                People also take financial advice from tiktok. Go figure

                • @dangerdanger: Thanks.

                  Long ago, considered Sleep needed to be examined as was not refreshed after sleep. (Sleep was an interesting part of my Psychology degree.)

                  Bought new mattress, improved sleep hygiene, moved to dark quiet room - no change.

                  So wanted some reliable data. Only had a basic FitBit which told me how long I slept, not quality of sleep.

                  Suspected sleep state classification by smart bands is inaccurate / useless. Seems to be derived by algorithm from limited data. Seems mainly heart rate (+ oxygen level)?

                  Returned a Samsung band with HR. It determined I was in deep sleep state - while awake (watching movie)! It was just guessing!

                  Having had sleep studies, know personal tech is no match for professionally monitored wired medical equipment like EEG.

                  Was initially diagnosed with severe Sleep Apnea. Referred to sleep Specialist. CPAP was trialled, but made my sleepiness worse. More sleep studies. Used dental device - worse. Told to hand in my Drivers Licence as considered unsafe to drive. After 2 years Specialist gave me clean bill of health. Got a Drivers Licence again.

                  GP recommended to stop Statin medication (had severe muscle cramping that may be affecting breathing). Health dramatically improved! Next sleep study reflected that!

                  Still am not adequately rested after sleep…
                  All studies found % of deep sleep was less than normal.

  • Op, can you please explain how to unlock from within the app?

    • did you buy and download unlock from app store?

  • I went to try and claim this and then I realised I already have it. In my opinion it's the best app for sleep/alarms for phones available l, I remember seeing it as a really humble early app, first one that really took the waking up gently during sleep cycles to the max entent.

    At points of my life (living alone tbh) I've used this for months on end. It's a lifesaver. Amazing results. I've paired it with a mi bank (plus some other 3rd party app), mean I can now leave my phone on the bedside table without accidentally knocking it over.

    If you want a ghetto understanding of how well this week's, next time you're planning on sleeping less than 6h go to sleepyti.me (website) works on the same principle except it's an estimate where as this app detects it. Tries to wake you up at a good time.

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