Beddit (for Model 3.5)

Beddit (for Model 3.5)

By Apple

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2018-12-08
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 117.80 MB
  • Developer: Apple
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 69 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Beddit (for Model 3.5) App Ratings: 2
2
Total 69 Reviews

Beddit (for Model 3.5) App Description

This app requires Beddit Sleep Monitor (Model 3.5). Beddit helps measure, manage, and improve your sleep. With automatic and accurate tracking, you get a full picture of your night by measuring sleep time, heart rate, breathing, snoring, and bedroom temperature and humidity. Set daily bedtime and sleep time goals, and Beddit motivates you to achieve them with tip notifications like morning results, bedtime reminders, and weekly reports. Seamless experience • Automatic and accurate tracking • An extremely thin, flat, and soft sensor — at 2 mm thin, you won’t even notice it’s there • With a USB power adapter, the sensor is always on Comprehensive tracking and trends • Track your sleep time, heart rate, and breathing rate • Find out if you are snoring* • Review last night’s bedroom temperature and humidity so you can optimize your sleep environment • View graphs of 7-day, 30-day, and 90-day trends and averages to understand your sleep and environment over time Motivational coaching and education • Set daily bedtime and sleep time goals to get guidance toward achieving them • Improve your sleep habits with bedtime reminders and nudges in the evening • Stay on top of how you sleep with daily and weekly sleep report notifications • Watch videos on how to improve your sleep Integration with Apple Watch and the Health app in iOS • Receive sleep report notifications, bedtime reminders, and nudges on your Apple Watch • Sleep analysis and heart rate data are also stored in the Health app on your iPhone so you can view all your progress in one convenient place A Beddit Sleep Monitor (Model 3.5) is required to monitor your sleep. * Snoring detection requires you to grant microphone access to Beddit Sleep Monitor (Model 3.5) on your iPhone. Beddit marks fluctuations in noise level but does not store audio (e.g., speech). — Learn more about Beddit at www.beddit.com

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Beddit (for Model 3.5) App Reviews

  • Disipointed in Apple

    1
    By Wilsonart11
    How can apple and doors this product. By all descriptions of hardware this should have been an exceptional product. It does not work. I keep readjusting and re-plugging and resetting the device. It continues to ride absolutely false information that is worthless.
  • Beddit

    1
    By jazl-laptopersonal7132016
    Not good thing or “investment “ for Record you interest of information of your sleep Quiality, if I can Return, I would’ve do it.
  • App Is Missing Some Fundamentals

    2
    By Nintenden64
    - App is missing an indicator that the strap is being used (besides auto-snore detector as not everyone wants to disable Siri/mic) - Apple Watch app is pointless. All it shows is your bedtime. Is give us some stats here. Severely lacking behind AutoSleep - Needs an Apple Watch complication. AutoSleep has great complications which display how much sleep you got. Now that Apple owns Beddit, you’d think they’d be more on it. - Should have a way to enable snore detection but keep Siri enabled is possible - Push notifications need to be more insightful and remind user to input how the feel upon detection of waking up
  • Works, but missing features

    3
    By jac299792458
    I didn’t have the previous, non-Apple-owned version. So I can’t speak to the removed features. The connectivity has been fine, and it certainly can tell the difference between me lying in bed, and actual sleep. My only problem is that the main reason for my purchase was to get good data on the duration, frequency, and intensity of my snoring. Sadly, it gets the first two (duration and frequency), but there’s absolutely no indication of the intensity. For us married folks, this is critical information. 🤓 Hope to see this in a future version as it really shouldn’t be that hard to implement. I wouldn’t be surprised if the data is already under the hood...
  • Did not work

    1
    By gfstrait
    I tried five nights thinking it was paired. No luck. I did everthing correctly. Am returning it tomorrow
  • Not very useful

    2
    By Tameas
    Does very little except nag. Was hoping for insight into apnea, restless sleep or something besides when weight was simply present on my bed.
  • Disappointing App

    1
    By AppleFanTDL
    For a sophisticated sleeping tracker (and a price point that supports that expectation), the Beddit app provides surprisingly very little data that is collected through the night. The previous app looks to have had all the things I would have expected (visual representation of sleep patterns, overall sleep score), so it is shocking how bad the update to the app has been. Seems like a huge miss for Apple and potentially the first time I’d consider returning a product from them (and writing my first negative review). Bring back comprehensive data...
  • Downgrade :/

    1
    By inbedat10
    The 3.0 has way more features than the 3.5...I will be returning this.
  • What happened?

    1
    By Resonance
    A couple of months ago, I read a good review of this product. My wife knew I wanted and just purchased it for me on my January birthday. You no longer get everything I originally wanted. The truncated data set is so simplistic you can get better info from some Apple Watch apps. I am considering returning it this week. As is it is definitely not worth the money.
  • Blue Tooth Connectivity Issues RMA

    1
    By skydivecm
    Worked for two days and then the connectivity issues started. Customer support did not even know what the product was? First step was to delete the app and loose your data. Manager then wanted me to totally wipe my phone and restore. Instead I used a second and it would not connect. Leaves me unsure if any of the data is meaningful. From other posts Apple cut out much of the more detailed information. Will give it a second try but less than impressed.

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