Apr 04, 2022
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Here we veer toward an “unsatisfactory” grade. In view of the beautiful Android designs shown above, Sleep As Android will have to improve in order to live up to its name. It can start by ditching that moss green color and giving its numbers some more room to breathe. Sleepasandroid 8. Proactive Sleep Alarm Clock (iOS)If you want a sleep-tracking app that will bring you back to your days as a Sega gamer in the 90s, Proactive Sleep is the one for you. Proactive Which sleep app do you think is most on the mark? Share in the comments! boasts some unique features like a heart rate monitor. The app presents a functional, if not especially inspired, design. Just needs to lose those gradients on the audio bars. Sleep Cycle is perhaps the most venerated of the sleep tracking apps in terms of functionality. It’s incredibly easy to use and the information is presented in a clear and readable fashion. This is a design that is no-frills, but it works. sleep cycle 5. Sleep Time (Android, iOS) Here’s another case of an Android version (top) looking significantly more up-to-date than its iOS counterpart (bottom). Sleep Time‘s use of vivid colors against the black background adds a bit of excitement but renders the graph relatively difficult to read. There’s a pretty clear divide between SleepBot‘s app for Android (top) and iOS (bottom). Probably designed later, the Android version is more in sync with flat design trends. In places, it gets a little crowded but does contain nifty features like a “notes” section. The iOS version, on the other hand, is due for an upgrade—or at the very least, a purge of gradients. Crisp, classy, and clearly tailored to iOS. The special leads information on Smart Alarm Clock is well spaced and the colors are pleasantly subdued – if a little cold. Smart Alarm Clock. Pillow (iOS) It’s clear that the developers at Pillow put a premium on design. They take an innovative approach to present data. The relatively liberal use of color – just slightly overdone – makes for a more cheerful user experience. We’ve ranked the below sleep apps in rough order from the ones we think are most successful, to the ones that have the most room for improvement.