Sleep Better with Runtastic

Sleep Better with Runtastic

Sleep Better with Runtastic is an application that we found by chance on Google Play and since we like discovering apps in this way we decided it deserved a few words on our web site.

As with many other apps the name of this app pretty much says it all – Sleep Better with Runtastic helps you manage your sleep time better so that you can have better days, be more productive and ultimately live better. Once you download this free app you are good to go – run it and then you will have to cover a short tutorial on how Sleep Better with Runtastic can help you have better sleep and then some more. The app has a simple interface and is NOT a game – instead it offers a few menus and a few options where you can change various settings and then more. In a few words this app helps you track when you go to bed, how long you sleep, how you feel and more and it even has the ability to wake you up at the required time and change your sleeping habits. One peculiarity that it has is that the device you have Sleep Better with Runtastic running on, in most cases a phone, must be plugged to a power outlet in order for Sleep Better with Runtastic to run properly when you sleep. We did not get the exact reason for this behavior but we believe Sleep Better with Runtastic needs power so that your battery won’t die while you are sleeping, hence disturbing and even stopping the functioning of the app.

We can’t tell if Sleep Better with Runtastic can help you sleep better. It depends on the person who uses this app. In any case Sleep Better with Runtastic is an application that is a step in the right direction and if you use it right it might as well do the job for you. In addition despite our doubts we liked this app a lot and we think we’ll be using it down the road.

Sleep Better with Runtastic is located here on Google Play. You can try it – after all you lose nothing.

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