Beddit App Lets You Track Your SleepScore With the Apple Watch

Beddit App Lets You Track Your SleepScore With the Apple Watch

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Beddit has launched a watchOS 2.0 app for the Apple Watch, letting you track your SleepScore right from your wrist.

Each and every day, the Beddit Sleep Tracker looks at all the important elements of your sleep and summarises them into one simple number - the SleepScore. Reaching the green-zone means you had a good night’s sleep, which is the first step towards better days. Take a nap, track it with the Beddit Apple Watch app to feel refreshed and see how it boosts your previous night’s score. Sleeping better starts tonight!

Beddit App Lets You Track Your SleepScore With the Apple Watch

What's New In This Version:
- Beddit Apple Watch app for the watchOS 2 is here! Take your Sleep Scores with you on the go and use the SmartNap-timer to improve your previous night's Sleep Score
- Introducing a completely renewed Sleep Score. The scale is now from 0 to 100 and introduces a separate "Good"-area. It takes all the serious sleep science and drills it down into one number that intuitively shows at-a-glance how your last night was. Your old Sleep Scores will be automatically converted to the new format
- While we were at it, we also updated the visuals with new colors. We love it, hopefully you do too
- Other various bug fixes

You can download Beddit from the App Store for free.

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Beddit App Lets You Track Your SleepScore With the Apple WatchBeddit App Lets You Track Your SleepScore With the Apple WatchBeddit App Lets You Track Your SleepScore With the Apple Watch
Matt - October 7, 2015 at 6:08am
Pointless. You need to buy a $150 sensor. Same sensors that are on the watch?
tommymy - October 7, 2015 at 6:00am
No way. People charge watch while sleeping. Otherwise, it dies at noon.
Shep - October 7, 2015 at 6:03am
Not in Airplane mode, which some of these sleep apps run in..
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