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AutoWake. Smart Sleep Alarm Review Breakdowns

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ASO Keywords

Keyword Rank
autosleep 1
sleep watch by bodymatter 2
sleep iq 3
autosleep. auto sleep tracker for watch 4
auto sleep 5

Downloads

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
729

Revenue

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
$845

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Description

AutoWake is the first haptic smart alarm for your Watch. It can wake you up by tapping you on your wrist using your Watch's haptic engine. You can set it to wake you if you are in light or medium sleep either 15 or 30 minutes before your set alarm time. This helps you feel more refreshed. There's an optional sleep cycle buster that you can turn on to give you a light tap at 5 minute intervals in a 15 or 30 minute window before your alarm to take you gently out of deeper sleep. Not only that but it will even automatically measure your waking pulse just before the alarm sounds, which is a valuable measurement of recovery. If you ignore the alarm on the Watch, you can also set a safety alarm that will play on your phone. This will speak and/or play a chosen song from your music library. There's also auto scheduled alarms in case you forget to set your alarm before bed. If you use AutoSleep our auto sleep tracker, you can use the new ultra smart alarm features. You can now be woken up after a desired amount of sleep, quality sleep or when your sleep bank is back in credit. You can use this in conjunction with a latest wake time if required. You can even set a bedtime reminder that looks at your required sleep, sleep efficiency and latest wake time to give you a reminder for the optimal time to go to bed. When you turn on your alarm, it can automatically tell AutoSleep that you have gone to bed so that time to fall asleep can be tracked. If you use Apple HomeKit then you can run scenes for key events in AutoWake like turning off your bedside lamp and setting your room temperature for sleep. AutoWake requires an Apple Watch running WatchOS 4 or higher. Advanced features requires WatchOS 5. AutoWake works fine with Do Not Disturb and Theatre/Cinema mode. AutoWake requires at least a bluetooth connection between your iPhone and your Apple Watch during the time that you are asleep. You can use Flight Mode on your iPhone, but make sure that you turn on bluetooth. If you user Screen Time, make sure that AutoWake is in your exclude list. As with all of our apps, there is no tracking, no analytics, no snooping. Your privacy is very important.

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Reviews

Once Was A Great App
HalloweenNate on 2020-07-04
AutoWake used to be SO good. However it seems that support for AutoWake has stopped which is unfortunate because it had a feature no other app provided: an alarm for when you’ve slept 8 hours (or any number you set) I used to love it. No matter what time I finally fell asleep I would be awoken after exactly 8 hours. That feature does not work anymore. I’m consistently sleeping past the 8 hours and waking up before the alarm so either the alarm doesn’t work or it’s not tracking my sleep anymore. It’s a shame the other apps in the bundle are supported still but not this one. This app is no better than the stock iOS alarm app now.
Consistently fails...
Biznerry on 2020-07-04
I could go over the list of reasons why you should not purchase this app, but to keep it real simple, if you need to wake up in the morning, this app is not for you. Contacted support multiple times and they’ve been great, but the app continues to fail... sometimes it will tell you why, most times not. It fails consistently if you update either your iPhone or watch. Some of the features are a really neat idea, but it’s an alarm that can’t consistently perform its primary function... I love the HeartWatch and AutoSleep apps, but this one misses the mark
AutoSleep and Homekit
Artsuu on 2020-07-04
I like that this integrates with AutoSleep “lights out” feature. And I love that it has Homekit integration too. So only one tap does all kind of automations in the background. Very powerful tool. It would be even nicer if it had the same “tickle” vibration as AutoSleep’s smart alarm feature. Right now the vibrations provided by AutoWake is too harsh. But please, never drop the Homekit support. This is the only sleep app that has it and it is awesome!
Doesn’t work
Anthony Gauna on 2020-07-04
This app used to be great when they launched the new update of setting custom alarms all on your watch. But somewhere along the lines it just stopped working. The alarm doesn’t go off and instead the compilation when you wake up shows a counting up time. I’ve tried restarting my phone and re-installing the app multiple times but it’s still happening. I’m going to find a more stable and trusting app that will actually work.
Extremely clunky UI, terrible documentation, doesn’t always work
Jesse kunze on 2020-07-04
Seriously, the fact you have to read a web page to understand how to set an alarm is astounding. Even more astounding is that web page doesn’t fully explain anything What does “bump me!” Mean? How’s it different than “in light sleep”? No one can truly know, because about 10 minutes was put into documentation for this app.
Doesn’t work
dblski on 2020-07-04
Don’t waste your time with this app. If you need to turn off the alarm early because you woke up early, all it does when you turn it off is sit there in a “waiting” state. You have to remove the app from the watch and reinstall it if you want it to work again.
Always fails
dsnelso on 2020-07-04
Constant (silent) notifications throughout the night that “there was a problem” with no helpful info. The alarm then never goes off. Ever. I’ve gone through all the settings repeatedly and there’s nothing wrong. The watch app just doesn’t seem to work.
Total Garbage
RGM1956 on 2020-07-04
Read the other recent reviews. This app is completely unreliable, support is horrible. Once again read the other recent reviews and save your time and money.
Great, when it works
AErick2004 on 2020-07-04
This alarm is great... when it works. It will randomly turn the recurring alarm off, sometimes in the middle of the night. It’s untrustworthy.
Do not pay for this
Twentytwin2 on 2020-07-04
Every morning I wake up to “error will try again tomorrow”. Just use your normal Apple alarm to wake you up....this doesn’t work.

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