Accurate and Easy
Sleep Time by Azumio is an alarm clock that monitors and analyzes your sleep cycles to wake you up in the lightest sleep phase, allowing you to wake feeling rested and relaxed. Utilizing the iPhones accelerometer, Sleep Time by Azumio, senses your subtle movements throughout the night and graphs your sleep cycles.
Everyone goes through a number of deep sleep and light sleep phases during the night. Depending on the phase you are in when you are woken, you either feel relaxed and rested or tired and irritable. Sleep Time by Azumio monitors your sleep phases and will alert you during a 30- minute window that you define at your lightest sleep cycle ensuring you feel great every morning.
Sleep Time was developed using proven sleep science and has worked with Stanford University to create a best-in-class, proprietary algorithm that analyses your sleep cycles.
Sleep Time also saves your sleep data and displays a detailed sleep graph and statistics for every night you use it.
Keeping your device charged during the night is recommended.
Remember! Do NOT lock your phone when going to bed. Sleep Time automatically shuts down your screen and puts the phone into power saving mode. If you lock your phone or turn off the screen, Sleep Time will not sense your movement and will then only be able to wake you at the end of the alarm time.
Sleep Time FAQs
Does Sleep Time work if another person or a pet sleeps in the same bed?
Short answer: Yes!
Longer answer: Azumio developed a very sensitive algorithm for sleep time that, if placed close enough to you, will be isolated enough from their movement that it won’t skew the measurement. Of course, if your cat sleeps on top of your phone or if you place the phone on your partner’s side of your bed, the results might be less reliable–as you might have guessed. But if you place the phone on the, ahem, “loneliest” side of the bed, you’ll have sound results.
So there you have it! No need to avoid cuddling tonight.
I got a phone call in the middle of the night. How do I keep things like that from interrupting Sleep Time?
If you want to keep Sleep Time running while you briefly use another app (for instance, if you answer your phone, write a text message, etc.), tweak your settings before you set your alarm tonight:
- Go to Settings tab.
- Scroll down to “Alarm stop”.
- Select the “Hold for off” option.
Now, the next time you need to send Sleep Time to the background for a moment, the accelerometer will stop but the app will still be running. The measurement will basically be on “pause”, and will begin again as soon as you bring it back to the foreground. Just don’t forget to bring Sleep Time back to the foreground before going back to sleep.
To stop the alarm in the morning, you’ll need to hold the stop button for 3 seconds.
How do I delete entries from Sleep Lab?
On your iPhone, the good old fashioned Apple way: swipe across the time/date bar of the entry you’d like to delete, and the delete button will appear!
On Android: open the measurement, and then press the trash icon on the bottom to delete it.