By Neybox Digital Ltd.
It was the best but all of a sudden it’s not working it’s not recording my sleep. It records mayne half of it. What’s going on? I paid for this app. Annoying!
Sometimes it doesn’t work at all, but you set it up and it won’t detect when you are sleep, also sometimes it doesn’t work with your Apple Watch so you miss a lot data and nights that you want to track your skeep
I used the app a while ago and it worked fine, but now it won’t connect to my watch so I have to only use the phone. The app also won’t play any audio recordings. It needs some tech work for sure!
I’ve been using this app to track my sleep for over 6 months now. About 2 months ago, it started miscalculating the time I went to sleep, by about 1-2hours. As of this past weekend, it no longer tracks my sleep at all. I reconfigured the auto settings, still zero data being recorded.
It’s pretty crappy that you have the option to subscribe and get all or just don’t subscribe, with nothing in between. I hate the fact that I am paying for all these sounds and stuff that I can’t even fall asleep to. I’m legally deaf, and don’t want to keep my hearing aids in at night to listen to something that won’t sound the same to me anyways as it sounds to people not hard of hearing. it’s almost like a punishment, but why? I want to support the parts of the app that I actually use, but not just hand out money. Isn’t that what the free market is? We consumers are supposed to be able to vote with our money but pillow doesn’t give us that option, so they don’t even know if people want their sounds as they don’t let it’s users choose to subscribe to a model that gives sounds vs another model that doesn’t. Just something to think about.
Just let me revert the app before you made it trash please
There is an annoying bug where the app detects sleep while my watch is charging, then it gives a pretty inaccurate sleep analysis after that, including very elevated heart rate. When I’m not even using the watch.
It doesn’t do anything useful (monitor sleep quality, heart rate, ect...) unless you pay for it, what’s the point(??) don’t waste your time, find a better app.
I use this app every night. At first it seemed to record my sleep cycles very well. After a while, though, I have to reset training for the A.I. because it consistently records that I’m in deep sleep during times when I’m in bed and still wide awake. There’s no way to edit this mistake either. This is a major flaw, as it makes me question the accuracy of the other sleep stages in my sleep cycle. I pay for the premium version, and am very disappointed that that’s the best they can do for Premium. I do enjoy that it records sounds while I’m sleeping, as it’s rather humorous to listen to the audio when I’m talking in my sleep. Overall,, though, I’ll soon be on the lookout for a different sleep app, as my doc wants me to monitor my sleep, and I need better accuracy.
Update 5.14.21: Pillow has added sleep aid sound recordings. This is a great idea, but the user interface is terrible. If you want to hear something from a different app you have to actually go into settings (while you’re trying to relax) and guess at what switch needs to go off to make the pillow recording stop cutting off the recording that was chosen from the other app. A separate trip to settings is required to remove the pillow recording so it doesn’t appear at the start of every session. At first, I was ready to switch to a different sleep tracker app. But when I reached out to Pillow for help, the response time was almost immediate, and also thorough. I still don’t like the interface; but having live support on a moment’s notice is impressive. I’ll stick with it. Original review: Is helpful to see how little REM I apparently get. I assume that's why my sleep scores have been so low during the year I've been using the app; it's hard to get out of the low 70%s. This is probably better than another app I tried, which based rating entirely on duration of sleep. Still, I'm clueless about why I've gotten some of the scores I've gotten. All I can find in the "help" section is a generic statement that often doesn't seem to relate to the score for my sleep: "the generally accepted optimal values for sleep each stage are 5% Awake, 25% REM, 35% deep, and 35% percent light sleep for an adult, although these may vary from person to person depending on sex, age, weight, health condition, sleep environment etc."