Now that BlackBerry OS 10.2.1 has been released, there’s a whole new plethora of apps that BlackBerry users can download. I feel it is my sworn duty to let you guys know about some of the lesser known apps in the Android universe that are worth downloading. Sure, we’ve all got Instagram, Candy Crush, Vine, and Netflix. Now it’s time to learn more about the secret winners that Android has hiding in the shadows.
Today, let’s talk about SleepBot. You may not have a demanding need for a sleep monitoring app, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a nifty app to have!
With Sleepbot, you can monitor how many hours you’re sleeping, keep track of how often you move around while you sleep, and it even records any sounds you may make through the night. (This is always pretty interesting for me since my dog is never far away. She’s had some vivid dreams on more than one occasion.)
As much fun as it is waking up at 5:00 AM for work during the week, I don’t really enjoy when I forget to turn my alarm off and hear it sing to me that early on the weekends. With SleepBot, you can set two alarms: one for the weekdays and one for the weekends, so no more having to worry about the wrong alarm waking me up at the wrong time.
The app itself is fairly easy to use. Set your alarms and monitoring settings, let it know when you’re going to sleep, then turn off the monitoring when you wake up. You’ll be treated with a graph that shows how many hours you’ve slept over the past few days, a graph that represents your nightly movement, and the ability to select various sounds made throughout the night.