AutoSleep, the automatic sleep tracker for iPhone and Apple Watch, has been following up on its large 6.0-year version with a 6.1 update that adds a brand new display today, the ability to customize the design of the app's sleep bell, and several other minor improvements.
Today, the premier navigation tab is in the updated AutoSleep, providing an overview of various statistics related to the latest night's sleep. It serves as an addition to the previous standard clock tab, which now carries the second track in the tab field. Today, a quick overview of several different data points provides both graphical views and written statistics. On the screen today, for example, I currently see different cards for Time Sleep, Latest Bedtime and HeartWatch cards. There are great visuals with all of these, plus details of how long I slept, my current sofa bed status, my last bedtime and waking time, and finally my sedentary heart rate. Other cards that will appear here contain a graph of your sleep meeting, emergency level, sleep rings and lights off.
Although the vast majority of the information presented in Today is not entirely new, I think Today it is easily the best way the data has ever been shown in the app. The dashboard layout, with the ability to tap each selected card for more detailed information, is easy to understand and navigate, making AutoSleep more user-friendly than ever.
This latest update also includes the ability to customize AutoSleep's sleep clocks from the App's Settings screen, with options similar to older versions of the app, and others that are improvements to the updated clock display that debuted in AutoSleep 6.
Using Of these improvements, AutoSleep 6.1
AutoSleep 6 made much of the sleep tracking program available to a wider set of users, and 6.1 continues the trend of today's display and customizable sleep bells. You can download the update on the App Store now.