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SleepSense: Monitor Your Sleep
Feel like you should be getting a better rest? Staying up late and sleeping in? Well, we are not selling some wonder cure but XDA member ajhvdb has updated SleepSense, which is an app to help you get the rest you deserve. The App uses the phone’s accelerometer to track your movements and analyzes how long it takes you to get to bed. SleepSense is feature packed which will certainly help you get on a better sleep schedule.
Here is just an excerpt from the long list of features:
- Monitors your sleep cycle
- Wakes you up gently
- Alarm clock
- Multiple Alarms
- Choose Sounds
- Choose Pictures
- Run once
- Repeated Alarm
- View your Sleep cycle
- Multiple charts
- Sleeptimer closes your player
- Simple or Advanced mode
- Integrates with the windows Alarm
- Snooze alarm by shaking
- Snooze alarm by turning around
- Multiple Themes
- Multiple Languages
- Alarm/Snooze Off protected
- Limit Snooze Time
- Play Music via Earphones
And much more can be found out about the app in the discussion thread. Sorry Android users, this one is for Windows Mobile.
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