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Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock

If you’re looking for the perfect sleep cycle alarm clock, you better look no farther.  The Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock actually plots your sleep habits by monitoring your behavior during sleep.  It then automatically chooses the perfect time for you to get up and sounds the alarm.  Smart, intuitive, and a piece of technology that you will always on hand and installed on your iPhone!

iTunes Description:

* Sleep Cycle monitors your movement during sleep using the extremely sensitive accelerometer in your iPhone.

* Sleep Cycle then finds the optimal time to wake you up during a 30 minute window that ends at your set alarm time.

* Look at the screenshots for recommended iPhone placement.


As you sleep you go through different phases, ranging from deep sleep to light sleep. The phase you are in when your alarm goes off is critical for how tired you will feel when you wake up.

Since you move differently in bed during the different phases, Sleep Cycle can use the accelerometer in your iPhone to monitor your movement and determine which sleep phase you are in.

Sleep Cycle wakes you when you are in your lightest sleep phase.

Sleep Cycle was developed using proven sleep science and years of research and development.



– Waking up made easy! Sleep Cycle analyzes your sleep and wakes you in your lightest sleep phase.

– Detailed sleep statistics and sleep graphs for every night.

– 15 carefully selected, high quality, alarm melodies.

– Use iPod music as wake up sound

– Snooze by shaking or tapping the phone lightly.

– Customizable wake up window. From instant (regular alarm clock) up to 90 minutes.

– Background mode – set your alarm and exit Sleep Cycle – sleep analysis will continue in the background

– Sleep notes: see how events such as drinking coffee, eating too much or having a stressful day affect your sleep quality

– Long term graphs: track sleep quality over time, see which days of the week you sleep best and much more

– Export sleep data to Excel for detailed analysis