For years we have been talking about the possibility that Apple introduced the traditional Apple Watch system that monitors monitors. According to various rumors, this feature may have come in the next version of watOS but may have been tied to Apple Watch Series 7, something maybe It will not please Apple Watch users.
Almost since the launch of the Apple Watch, the App Store may find different programs that when sleeping with Apple Watch manage to monitor our sleep and give us a complete report in the morning, so there is no point in deciding this feature on Series 7 Hardware.
When talking about sleep monitoring applications, we should mention S Sleep Circle, another very complete app currently available on the Apple Watch, and recently updated to completely independent of the iPhone.
The Sleep Circle monitors our sleep patterns and manages to wake us up well when our sleep cycle lights up. For example: if we set an alarm to wake up at 8am, Sky Cycle will update our sleep order wake up between 7:30 and 8, when our sleep is light.
Despite being fully autonomous, it syncs all the data with Health use of our iPhone According to the developer, the app Ready to add new activities in the future.
We do not know how accurate this information may be, but it should somehow reflect the need for yearly subscriptions to get the most out of it
If you're unwilling to pay 30 euros a year for sleep monitoring, and you don't want to wait for Apple to decide once to launch this Apple Watch project, either in watto or Series 7, you can check the app AutoS sleep, an app that costs 3.49 euros and offers the same functions as the S sleep Circle.
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