AutoSleep Version 6.5.2 (New Version)

New option for readiness heart rate variability

A new option in Settings under Advanced Options to allow users the ability to only use the waking HRV measurement for Readiness, as opposed to using the automated best sleeping HRV or waking HRV reading. Switching this toggle on means you need to do a breathe session to capture a HRV measurement as part of your Readiness score.

Subtle updates to clock design ring mode

Updated the Design your clock "Ring" mode to be clearer with more subtle colour as it could be hard to see when it was similar to some of the traffic light colours. This can be found in the Settings menu under the Appearance section.

Changed calibrate & adjust icon to a button

Updated the adjust image in the Clock tab to an Adjust button to make it clearer for users. Made the HELP button much bigger and brighter when it shows in the Clock. Also added information about Day/Edit feature on the Adjust screen with additional information.

Apple Mail App

For users who deleted Apples Mail app, the support email now has a fallback


Support for new devices

Support for iPhone mini & iPhone 12 in zoom mode


New language added

Language support for Chinese Traditional has been added


Today tab fix

Fixed the problem where the Today tab bar icon could have an incorrect date


Other minor maintenance and fixes

HeartWatch V4.0.5 (Full AutoSleep Integration)

AutoSleep automatically works with HeartWatch, our premier heart, activity, workouts and GPS monitoring app. AutoSleep is fully integrated, delivering more metrics to HeartWatch to let you delve deeper and see trends across not only your sleep, but your complete wellness. Like AutoSleep its subscription free, a low one-time only cost and you get it for life!

Download the HeartWatch app.

AutoSleep Version 6.5.1 (Previous Version)

Widgets

A whole new range of Widgets are now available for AutoSleep, up to 10 new widgets in total to choose from. More information on these can be found in the Widgets page.

Blood Oxygen SpO2 Tracking

With Apple Watch Series 6, blood oxygen (SpO2) can now be measured and displayed in the Sleep graph. It's important to ensure all 3 switches are turned on in the Apple Watch settings app (black icon with image of a Watch) in the Blood Oxygen section, including 'Allow Background Measurements' (see image below). This allows blood oxygen measurements while you sleep.

Also ensure that the health permission for Oxygen Saturation has been turned on. To check, go into iPhone Settings, Privacy, Health, AutoSleep and make sure that Oxygen Saturation is turned on.

Refer to the Sleep SpO2 for more instructions on using this new feature.

Today View Sleep SpO2 Tile

The Today view now shows a new Sleep SpO2 tile if you are capturing sleep blood oxygen measurements. This is our favourite tile yet, as it contains so much information about your SpO2 in the one gauge. The Sleep SpO2 page has additional information.

New SpO2 Sleep Analysis and Report

A comprehensive sleep SpO2 analysis view with moving averages and compares. Touch the graph for pop-up details on your nightly SpO2 average, high, low and 7 day average.

Refer to the Sleep SpO2 for more instructions on using this new feature.

Sleep Graph Legend Pop-Up

Tap on the Sleep graph to see a new fancy pop-up display showing your heart rate (bpm), noise levels (dB) and blood oxygen % (SpO2). Touch and slide your finger to see the measurements update.

Sleep Graph on Clock Tab

Due to popular demand, added the sleep graph onto the Clock tab for extra reference. Its located in the Sleep section.

SpO2 Export

Blood oxygen measurements have been added to Exports

New User Guide Links

Settings now contains a link to a detailed User Guide explaining all the functions of AutoSleep. This can be found in the Settings tab.

There is also a brand new Quick Guide for new users to learn the essentials, also found in the Settings tab. If you see anything you would like more information on, then please contact us and we can continue to build on this great resource for our users.

Bugs & Fixes

Various maintenance performed. A bug fix for a health data conflict was included in the 6.5.1 update.

*Note those who were impacted by the iOS14 update and missing some health data across a range of apps (we estimated it impacted 10% of users), Apple have officially released a fix in the iOS 14.2 update. We suggest those impacted to update to iOS 14.2.

AutoSleep Version 6.4 (Previous Version)

Charge Reminder

One of the most common questions is "When do I charge my Watch if I am to use it for sleep tracking?".

So this AutoSleep update lets you a set a reminder at the most convenient time of the day. For most people this is in the evening.

It pops up and shows your current battery level and a recommendation if you need to charge the Watch. You can either Snooze it for 10,30 or 60 minutes if not convenient or, you press Doing it Now. This will then send a reminder to your iPhone in an hour's time to put the Watch back on.


Native Watch smart alarm

For WatchOS 6 and higher, AutoSleep now has a native Apple Watch Smart Alarm. It even works in flight mode.

You can either get it to wake you up early within a time window if you are in light or medium sleep or, it also has a unique "arousal" mode.

What this will do is either tickle or nudge you with haptics one time per minute within your designated wake up window. e.g. 7:20am to 7:30am.

It gently taps you on your wrist to take you out of deeper sleep so that you wake feeling much less shellshocked by your alarm. You often don't even feel it until the 3rd or 4th minute. By the time your alarm goes off, you are ready for it. It's very cool and we much prefer it to the more traditional "going off early" smart alarm as you get to snooze more organically.


Support for the old timer

There were some changes in iOS 13 that prevented use of the AutoSleep Watch app on the old 2015 model Apple Watch. We've worked around this by provided an option at install time that will enable the old timer to be used.

If you are affected by this, if you delete the iPhone app and re-install it, you will now have an option to support the older Watch. When deleting the iPhone app, you will receive two system prompts. The first one is about deleting the app and local data. Say yes to this. The second one is about keeping history in Apple Health. Make sure you answer Keep for this one.


Large modular complication

The large modular Infograph & large modular complications are a great central point for your sleeping Watch face.

In case you didn't know you can swipe between watch faces really quickly which makes it a great way to set up a day face and a sleeping face.

When you use lights off, the sleep metrics on this complication update live as you sleep. They show your percentage of sleep goal & quality goal achieved as well as you average heart rate.


Watch Info

On the Watch app, in the info section at the bottom of the menu you will now see lights off time and sleep start and end times.


Readiness Colours

Changed colours on readiness gauge to better reflect that is not bad to be in the middle, this is normal.


Bedtime Calculation

Changed the latest bedtime calculation to require a minimum of 75% of your sleep goal when forecasting the latest time to go to bed.


Deep Sleep Reporting

Added a new setting in advanced settings to allow zero deep sleep to be considered in trend reporting.


Clock Display Fix

Fixed 12 hour clock display for people with a night hour of midnight with 24 hour regional time setting.


Colours Fix

Fixed some text colours which were not clear when system light mode was selected but app used in dark mode.


Sleep Ring Fix

Fixed outer sleep ring on Watch rings complication for people that do not wear the Watch to bed.


Conditions Fix

Fixed a problem where the iPhone app could crash in the background under some conditions.


Date Fix

Fixed a problem where the Today icon could have the wrong date on it.

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