Smart alarm clock + Bedtime reminder that wakes you in the lightest sleep cycle using Apple Watch. Using Haptics to wake you so that it is gentle on you and it does not disturb your partner. Developed by the same developer for the top ranking SleepMatic Sleep Tracker app.
Going to bed and waking up at the same times every day are keys to healthy sleep. Smart Alarm wakes you in the lightest sleep cycle so you feel rested and relaxed. Smart Alarm uses Apple Watch's motion and heart rate to analyze your sleep cycle.
- Haptic and sound work even in "Do Not Disturb" mode
- Bedtime reminder
- Tap your wrist on Apple watch when the alarm goes off, no disturbance to your partner.
- Intelligent Snoozing, check light sleep every 5 minutes interval.
- Automatically measure your waking pulse
- Wake up/ Bedtime timer on phone and Apple Watch complication to remind you time left to wake up and bedtime
This app integrates with Apple Health app to monitor your heart rate and movement during sleep in order to wake you up at the appropriate time.
How to use:
1. Make sure to set Smart Alarm as a complication on your watch face.
2. Remember to set the alarm every night, alarm is NOT recurring. (you can one-click set alarm from the Bedtime reminder).
3. Make sure phone is within bluetooth range when you set the alarm on watch, and it stays within range during the night.
For support, force touch on Watch screen, and click "Send Log". More help docs are at https://support.vimo.co/portal/kb/mobile-apps/smartalarm.
Support infographic complications
Ratings and Reviews
Alarm clock for my watch
So happy I found a smart alarm for my watch, I have searched a long time ever since I got my Apple Watch, this seems to be the only one that works. I do not understand why Apple does not have this built in, the watch is on your wrist, so it is perfectly suited to track your sleep stages, and wake you up when it needs to. Other wearable devices seem all have this capability, but not Apple Watch. Enough complaints about Apple Watch, let me tell you about this app. It has a super simple design: it only does two thing, bedtime alert and natural sleep cycle alarm. I like the bedtime alert, it keeps you in a regular schedule, but there is nothing earth shattering about it, except it makes it really easy to set up the alarm. If you answer the bedtime alert from watch, you can one tap set the alarm. Regarding the alarm, you specify a 30 minutes window, and the watch picks a good time to wake up when you are sort of awake. This works great, I especially like the gentle vibration instead of a loud sound, it makes waking up so much more pleasant. It seems the phone has to be nearby for this to work, so that is a caveat, but other than that, no complaints from me. Glad I got the app.
I’ve used it two days, won’t use it a third.
I’ve used this app for the last two days. I will NOT be using it a third day. It’s supposed to wake you in your lightest sleep cycle. Both days it has woken me in the middle of a dream (the hardest time to wake). I had no idea it was going to talk when I set and turned off the alarm, disturbing others around me. This morning I was awoken not by the alarm, but by someone telling me to answer my phone. The alarm went off on my phone, even thought it was less than three feet from my watch. Once I turned it off, my watch started going off every five minutes continuing to disturb a dream, causing the app that tracks my sleep to say I was awake when I was actually asleep. I’m not sure what this app is supposed to do, but it’s not doing it for me. It’s not silent. It doesn’t wake me in the lightest sleep, but the deepest. There is no reason for me to keep using this app. The last two days have been the worst mornings I’ve had since I was an over trained teenager. I’m done. I’m just sorry I spent money on this madness. There are so many other places that money could have gone where it actually would have been useful.
I finally got an iWatch and was looking forward to having a haptic alarm on my wrist to wake me up, without waking my wife up as an audible alarm always does. I’ve followed all the instructions in detail and never once have I been awakened by this app. Maybe there is some troubleshooting to be done with the developer, but the only means of contacting is via a log that originates from the iWatch, and is said to reside on the iPhone, where it can then be emailed. When I hard press the iWatch to generate the log, nothing happens on either my iWatch or iPhone. So I am complaining here in hopes that there is a solution.
The only thing I have considered is that instead of a repeated haptic vibration, the app produces only one single pulse within the half hour alarm window. I can’t imagine waking up from one single iWatch pulse. Wouldn’t it make sense for it to vibrate until the wearer truly woke up, as indicated from the wearer getting out of bed and moving around, which the iWatch is clearly capable of detecting?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.