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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Antaeus, May 27, 2010.

  1. Antaeus

    Antaeus Active Member
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  2. MisterMixelpix

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    Spare Parts MIGHT do what you want. It has a section that can tell you what's been doing partial wakeups and the like.
     
  3. Antaeus

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    I will look into that.

    Thank you!

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    Nope, it did not do it. Thank you anyway. Seems to be a lack of that app for android.
     
  4. KlaymenDK

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    Welcome to the forum! :D

    I suppose you mean something to monitor your own sleep, not when your phone is sleeping?

    If you're new to Android, you may not know about the better ways to search for apps; instead of browsing the Market on the phone you can go to various online sites.

    Here's a list of sleep-related apps from Androlib. You'll find that many apps are irrelevant, but there are a number of sleep loggers too. I seem to recall having seen one that's supposed to sense your movements by sharing the bed with you :)p), but I don't remember its name.
     
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  5. Antaeus

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    Oh crap.

    The application you are speaking of is EXACTLY what I am looking for!

    I will keep looking then.

    Thanks!!!!
     
  6. Antaeus

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    Smart Alarm Lite is the closest I can find.

    Tak for det, Klayman.
     
  7. Szadzik

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    Sleep Log Automatic too.
     
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    That however is manual typing in how long you sleep. I was looking for an app that analyzes your sleep, when you are in REM and when you are in NON-REM.
     
  9. Szadzik

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    BS. It uses accelerator to check how long your phone is idle for and logs it as sleep if longer than a preset by you period of time.

    That is why it is called AUTOMATIC.
     
  10. Antaeus

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    I tried it today, and for some reason, I could not get it to work as I pleased.

    The search goes on.
     
  11. b1gg134

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    How would the phone know when you are in REM? This is the reason the iPhone has so many apps, iTards will believe anything.
     
  12. Rob_A

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    The iPhone has an app that can read your pets mind. You mean it can't really do that? :D
     
  13. disordered

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    It's probably inferential--the accelometer responds to body movements because during REM sleep the body loses muscle tone

    "Physiologically, certain neurons in the brain stem, known as REM sleep-on cells, (located in the pontine tegmentum), are particularly active during REM sleep, and are probably responsible for its occurrence. The release of certain neurotransmitters, the monoamines (norepinephrine, serotonin and histamine), is completely shut down during REM. This causes REM atonia, a state in which the motor neurons are not stimulated and thus the body's muscles do not move. Lack of such REM atonia causes REM Behavior Disorder; sufferers act out the movements occurring in their dreams."

    - Rapid eye movement sleep - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
  14. nicnyfiken

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    Sleep Cycle or sleep as an droid or happy wake up !

     
  15. ari-free

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    What body movements? You're not going to sleep with your phone!?!
     

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