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SleepSense Updated To V.50
If your a person who would like to know their sleep pattern, this new development from XDA member ajhvdb can assist you in that. The newly updated app was redesigned, improved, and fixed to improve your experience.
In case you are not familiar with it, all you need to do is sleep with your device, and it records your night sleeping movements using the G-sensor.
SleepSense detects your movements during the night by using your phones acceleration sensors. It keeps track of all the different phases of your sleep cycles or biorhythms to ensure that you are gently woken up during a light sleep phase, rather than a deep one.
SleepSense uses a 30 minute window before the Alarm time to attempt to wake you, at the optimal time, when you will feel rested and ready to start the day.
- 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
You can find more information in the application thread.
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