Dozzzer: Sleep Sounds 4+

Fall asleep to music & sounds

Lukas Burgstaller

    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Dozzzer helps you falling asleep by slowly reducing the music's volume so you don't wake up again, once it stops.

- Music Mode -
Play any DRM free song in your device's music library right in Dozzzer.

- External Mode -
Use any third party app to play music or podcasts, while Dozzzer reduces the volume.

- Soundscapes -
Dozzzer randomly generates sounds of rain, a campfire, thunderstorms and more with its Ambient Engine.

- Awards -
* App of the Week, June 2011 - Apple App Store
* Simple, yet beautiful -
* Alarmingly Pretty -
* Simple, but sexy. -

- Dozzzer Plus -
Dozzzer Plus automatically renews as a paid subscription, unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the date of renewal. The payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can cancel a free trial or subscription anytime by turning off auto-renewal through your iTunes account settings. This must be done 24 hours before the end of a free trial or subscription period to avoid being charged. The cancellation will take effect the day after the last day of the current subscription period, and you will be downgraded to the free service. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a premium subscription during the free trial period.

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What’s New

Version 4.8.1

- Added Castro to list of apps
- Soundscapes suggestions note is now dismissable
- Restores the last selected volume on launch

- Layout issue when launching to a scrollable view
- Fixed playing indicator if you hit play in soundscapes without specifically selecting a soundscape
- Improved stopping external music

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Softpretzel ,

This app has come a long way

1.3.2 review

The app seems to be working now, although I haven't thoroughly tested it out. That's because I've gotten used to using the 'fade sleep dream' app while waiting for the kinks to be worked out of dozzzer. Dozzzer has come a long way since when I first found it, and the developer has been very courteous and responsive to my emails.

Now, if either of these apps add support for fading streaming audio from another app, then that will be the app that wins the battle.

Last review: As of the current version of the app, I cannot even launch the app anymore without it crashing. I've found an alternative app called 'fade sleep dream' for a $1.99. Hope dozzzer gets fixed.

Old review:

I think this app will eventually be great, but a few issues need to be addressed first for that to happen. Foremost, the volume only begins to decrease near the very end of the timer. It would make a lot more sense in my opinion for the volume to braising decrease during the entire duration of the timer. Because of this, I really think the app is currently only a 2 star app, but I don't want to hurt the developer by rating the app that low initially because I believe the developer will eventually address this issue as well as some others. For now, I give the app 3 stars, and I know it will eventually be worthy of 5 stars easily.

I've always wanted an app like this, so thanks for bringing it to fruition!

Ericka Suarez-Lewis ,

Good, but needs work.

It does what is says it'll do. The volume does decrease over time. I find this helpful, because when I fall asleep to my music, I don't usually put a timer on it because sometimes I don't fall asleep fast enough, and my music will just cut off. So I leave it on, and I find myself waking up abruptly in the middle of the night to turn it off. So this app helps me there. One thing that could be fixed is the sound could begin tapering off earlier, right now it only does it closer to the end of the time. Also, it would be nice to have a longer timer to put it on; it only goes up to 90 minutes.
Lastly there's this annoying glitch where if you have headphones in, the little volume adjustment screen pops up and never fades away as it should. It just stays there unless you take out the headphones. You can see it there even of you exit the app and enter the other one. This needs I be fixed pronto.
All in all, this is a good app and I'm looking forward to future updates.

RetiredGoose ,

I bought this years ago and now ads???

UPDATE: the latest version recognized my prior payment for this app and allowed me to hide the ads. Thanks to the developer for fixing this quickly. Great job.
I paid for this years ago and have used it since. Suddenly I must look at ads? I understand for new free downloaders but for those of us who supported with cash it seems not fair at all! I see there is a 'restore purchases' that seems to do nothing. I hope it is intended for we who already paid a long time ago. If you're going to do this you need to freeze the version we paid for and start fresh for the new customers. Not happy at all unless I'm missing something. Won't buy from this dev again if this stands.

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