AutoSleep Tracker for Watch

AutoSleep Tracker for Watch

By Tantsissa

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-12-20
  • Current Version: 5.9.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 14.14 MB
  • Developer: Tantsissa
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 11,655 Ratings


Automatically track your sleep from your Apple Watch*. No buttons to press. Even the Watch app is optional! Just sleep! 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 once you unlock your iPhone. 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 put your Watch on charge just 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. A handy Today Widget lets you see how your own "batteries" are charged for last night and the previous seven days. A second (entirely optional) widget lets you also track the time you have taken to fall asleep. 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. If you wear your Apple Watch to bed*, AutoSleep will also analyse your sleep quality. By using time asleep, restlessness, time awake and heart rate it can score the quality of your sleep and provide you with a comprehensive nightly analysis. *Note. If you do not wear your Watch to bed, AutoSleep simply captures the amount of time sleeping. AutoSleep also works with HeartWatch our premier heart & activity monitoring app and writes your Sleep information to Apple Health. *Requires Apple Watch running Watch OS 3.2 or higher. WatchOS 4.2 recommended.



  • The app is useless and data captured is incorrect

    By shobithvincent
    The app is useless do not waste money on the app. Fitbit is much better for sleep tracking don’t waste your time and money
  • Great App

    By racey801
    I love to see my sleep pattern and as I use the app I see how long I am awake which is helpful. I also like to see my heart rate and how much deep sleep I get. I can see the difference in how I feel when these things are different. It’s not perfect but very useful and fun.
  • A great tool!

    By Karabear NC
    It has helped me to see visually what I have been experiencing while asleep as someone with a sleep disorder. After getting proper treatment it then helped to verify that improvement.
  • Best Sleep Tracker App on The App Store!

    By JonnyYoungGuns
    This app, in my opinion, is the best sleep tracker app on the App Store! My wife and I bought Apple Watches for our early Christmas gifts and I came across the developers app collection from a YouTube video and let me tell you, I have not been disappointed in the least. As I will agree with some of the other reviews on here, this app can be a little overwhelming and a bit complicated at first. But after customizing the settings, I have not had to adjust any settings in the app since the initial purchase. Here is a tip for people claiming that their watch is not accurately logging sleep: 1. In the AutoSleep App set up the app to detect you’re awake when phone activity is detected. 2. From your Apple Watch in the AutoSleep App (before going to sleep), manually select “Lights Off” by scrolling to the very bottom of the app face. “Lights Off” will now detect when you fall asleep as it usually takes me about 10 - 15 minutes or so to actually fall asleep. When your alarm goes off (or your AutoWake app alerts you for those who purchased the full Auto app collection from this dev), I pick up my iPhone and go straight to the AutoSleep app and slide down to refresh. Be sure to refresh your iPhone app so that your sleep time can automatically be logged in your Apple Watch app. Go to your Day/Edit tab on your iPhone app and you’ll see a timeline of your nights sleep along with when you woke up to use the bathroom, etc. and when you fell back asleep. Aside from the settings, there are so many great features in both the iPhone and Apple Watch app that I now have a better handle on my sleep. The sleep averages, deep sleep tracker, and sleep heart rate monitor are phenomenal. 5 stars.
  • Sleep is so important

    By pAPALEGBA239
    Yeah well I’m just thinking that it’s just about wonderful to track my sleeping
  • Very inaccurate

    By AlphaOmega08
    I’m not really sure why this app is so highly rated or recommended because it is incredibly inaccurate. When I go to bed say at 12 it doesn’t record me sleeping until 12:45 and I am in bed lights out. If I use the restroom real quick in the middle of the night and say I’m like 2min max it will have a hour or a little more as me being awake again I’m lights out quickly maybe a few mins. If I wake for a quick second not really to turn and immediately back to sleep again it records awake for 15-30mins. It needs way to much maintenance (adjustments) to be useful save your money.
  • Life changer

    By JBm240i
    Through the feedback this app provides I’ve made changes in my lifestyle to get bette, deeper sleep
  • Fantastic

    By jpintobks
    A great sleep app. Highly recommend with the Watch. Following the quality of the sleep with heard measures has help to keep healthy nights.
  • Zzzzzzz......

    By Pmu2
    I LOVE this app! It’s so interesting! So much fun to wake up and see how well i slept! And the quality of my sleep!!!
  • Inaccurate results

    By Crunchy-Frog
    Before I switched to iPhone I was using a Samsung Gear watch which has built in sleep detection. Overall it was accurate and simple to use. Being that Apple refuses to include sleep tracking with their health initiative, I purchased this app based on reviews being high. After nearly three months of using this app, my conclusion is that it's extremely inaccurate. Although it dazzles you with lots of apparent data points in a confusing Rube Goldberg styled interface, it can't actually detect proper sleep cycles. If I were actually getting the sleep it claims, I wouldn't need to track sleep and wouldn't need this app at all. Very often it claims I'm sleeping when I'm sitting at my computer not moving much or just sitting in bed. It's not way off but it draws the wrong conclusions about sleep. I don't think it resolving properly movement with heart rate. I would still use my Samsung watch but the experience is terrible on iOS which I think has more to do with restrictions from Apple on developers that aren't using the Apple Watch platform.