Sleep apnea & pulse oximetry

What is Sleep Apnea? Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a disease, which can frequently be difficult to diagnose.It’s prevalence in general population is around 2 – 7% [2] (with pessimistic estimates ranging up to 25% in men [3]). More than 80% of the population is not diagnosed[1]. Sleep Apnea is a disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops for […]

Sleep Phaser version 2

Urbandroid is proud to introduce the second generation of their sleep tracking bedside lamp Sleep Phaser! The new version is a big change in design and a step forward in usability. What does it do? Sleep Phaser is a bedside lamp that detects your sleep phases using a passive infrared sensor – a similar sensor […]

Checking your light conditions

After getting all sci-fi with the introduction of sonar as a revolutionary no-addon sensor to be used for sleep tracking more than a year ago, you might think there’s nothing left on your smartphone that could enhance sleep tracking further. Let’s shed some light on this! You guessed it – we’re introducing usage of the […]

World never sleeps

Your browser does not support the video tag. Well behind us are the times when the planet was black, only every so often the darkness disturbed by light of an occasional fire, at first from a lightning, later from bonfires of the first human geeks. Fire has given humans the ability to shine light at […]

Mi Band 3 supported by Sleep as Android

Thanks to another breath-taking effort of Zdenek Horak, the mastermind behind the Tools & Mi Band app, we can announce that Mi Band 3 is fully supported by Sleep as Android. All features are working exactly the same as on Mi Band 2 – you get sleep tracking, heart rate measurement and alarm vibration on […]

Will Sleep as Android ever support Gear Fit 2?

UPDATE: YES!

SURPRISE!! We support it! READ MORE. The previous version of this post below states how we weren’t able to get the Gear Fit 2 app to the market. We leave it here for historical reasons 🙂 For more technically inclined readers, check out https://medium.com/@roundedeverett/how-to-develop-apps-for-samsung-gear-fit-2-16119801da1b. Since the Gear Fit 2 had been introduced onto the market, there […]

Closing comments on our documentation pages

Hello all folks! We hope this wouldn’t hurt anyone, but we have closed comments on our documentation, in an effort to centralize input from our users. Most of the interaction in the comments was directed towards us as the app developers and it was mostly questions that would qualify as support requests. We feel that […]