By Neybox Digital Ltd.
This is my opinion after using the app for one night, I was able to see my analytics which was cool and all but the smart alarm system woke me up pretty well even though I was getting barely any sleep for school. Only difficulty I had using the app was all the paywall things, if something needs to be bought, just show it by having the text in red or something more obvious because I was looking through everything only to find out I can’t use some of the options. In addition, make it harder to buy things because I feel like people, (myself included) might accidentally buy an item in the morning when they’re still drowsy. Main points: Easy to use, helpful Don’t like: Paying P.S. I would be fine with a single fee of maybe $10 for the whole app but I don’t like starting subscriptions.
I hate that pillow BBC won’t record my sleep session now that I have my Apple Watch
Pillow used to be quite accurate. Now, and for quite some time, it reports one less hour sleep every night than I am getting. I use two other sleep apps to compare data, and Pillow is consistently reporting an hour less than the other two. I am using the Premium version with an Apple Watch. I have tried resetting, retraining, and raising and lowering the listen function. It still reports almost exactly one less hour sleep. The features could be great... if it measured accurately.
I don’t even know how to set up the actual alarm.
Horrible, not at all accurate
The Pillow Sleep app is the best sleep app I’ve downloaded it does everything it says it’ll do and I’ve never have had a problem with it. I loved the trial and purchased the app about a year ago.
Great app! I’ve used several others and for my needs, this is the best. Sleep is important for tip top functioning, emotional and physical well being and this is a good tool for monitoring and decision making. Keep up the good work!
I purchased the Premium version. When it does detect actual sleep, it has good reliable results. However, the most annoying issue I have is that its auto-sleep detect is NOT accurate. I read at night before going to sleep. The app confuses my book-holding time with sleep. For example, if I read from 9pm to 12:30am and then go to bed, the app shows me going to bed around 9pm. The second issue is editing the time log to reflect the correct bed time. It’s buggy. For example, if I want to change the 9pm to 12:30am, it resets back to the 9pm and does not allow me to change the time. It’s like chasing a moving target. I should mention that I reset training mode three different times to address the above issues, and it made no difference. These are annoying enough for me to stop using this app.
I’ve been using this app along with another sleep tracker to compare results for several months now. Sleep Watch is far more consistent & accurate of a sleep app. Pillow frequently tracks my sleep inaccurately. Messes up the time I went to bed and sometimes there are huge gaps in the middle of the night that show I was awake and I was not. Definitely a good idea to use two sleep trackers and compare results. My device isn’t the issue because the Sleep Watch app tracks my sleep just fine. The Pillow app simply doesn’t work as well as others. Pillow will be getting deleted as I find the info it gives me is either inaccurate or costs extra money. The subscription costs for this app are really absurd considering how inaccurate it is. I would never consider paying for this app given the poor experience I’ve had with the free version.
I purchased the app to monitor my sleeping habits. I cancelled my subscription after 3 days. It never tracked my sleeping. I have my I watch on and my iPhone next to me. It only recorded sound once and it was me moving . The options are difficult to understand. I tried automatic option and it never monitored me asleep. I need something simple ! This app is complicated and has too many options.