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I like the app and upgraded to be able to experience all of the available meditations. It’s helped calm me down and ease my thoughts so that I can fall asleep. Like others have posted, I am asked to complete the sleep journal both the next morning and prior to using it again at night. It does not progress to the next meditation but instead goes back to the ones I’ve already listened to. I’d like to be asked for the sleep journal only one time and have the next meditation play instead of having to search for it. When it’s updated to do that, it will be a winning app and I’ll change my 4-star rating to 5!
I was struggling with frequent periods of nights where I would wake up the next day feeling like my eight hours of sleep was only 10 minutes. When I went around looking for a solution, I was fortunate this showed up on the app store when it did. After the first few nights using this app, I started waking up feeling much MUCH more well rested. Some days, I would wake up having only slept 5-6 hrs, and I would still feel well rested. I think the app really helps calm your mind and/or body at the end of the day. I wouldn’t necessarily fall asleep right after using the app, but it did set my “mental state” into a relaxed mode - thoughts, muscles, emotions all calmed down. If you end up trying this app, then I really hope it helps you like it did for me!
Alright so I was slacking sleep as a senior in highschool and I was goofing around in the App Store saw this and was like I’ll download it just to see how this app works, set eveything slept around 11:00 PM with the nighttime audio, bruh I swear I woke up with good energy and I had a dream which is pretty rare for me to have, I’m not sure if it was a lucky night sleep for me or it was the app but I had a good sleep. I’ll put this as a solid 4 stars because I slept like a baby, but yea l don’t really believe in aUdIO sLeEp tEchNiqEs but it kind of worked, so ya. Don’t review too often but a good day with engey and sleep I had to return the favor so thank you devs
I have Been using Peak Sleep for just a few days now. While I have enjoyed the app so far it would be nice to have at least one more selection on each guide in order to get a better idea of the different guides. There isn’t quite enough information yet for me to make a decision on whether I would purchase the app.
You download and open to find you can only use 3 out of 200 things to help you and they immediately need your email addy to set up and then they immediately let you know they will bill you $10 a month or $50 something via your Apple account. I don’t think trying three of anything is a worthy of my attention. Oh, app layout is less than logical. I’m tired of downloading a “free App” that is really a demo with the hopes you will pay $10. a month. First thing I did this morning was to tell them to delete my “account” and I deleted the app. They should be honest that this is a taste of a $53 dollar a year app up front.
Developed by brainbow.
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Last update was at Jun 25, 2020and the current version is 1.12.
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