Achieving a great night’s sleep with CPAP therapy happens when you take an active role in your own therapy. That means being in tune with how your therapy and equipment are performing – and how they should be performing – from night to night. DreamMapper is a mobile and web application that keeps you actively informed about your previous night’s therapy – with information like mask fit and therapy hours – so you know you are getting what’s needed for the great night’s sleep you deserve.
DreamMapper provides all of the following:
• Bluetooth® data transfer from your Philips PAP;
• Daily feedback about your treatment and your therapy results;
• Personalize your treatment management by setting alerts and personal goals;
• Find the answers to your questions through a rich content including informational videos and guides;
• Receive notifications about your therapy and your DreamMapper compatible equipment;
Learn more about DreamMapper and the Philips devices it supports at www.dreammapper.com.
Philips CPAP devices treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) so that you can sleep better at night and be more active during the day.
Part of the Dream Family
DreamMapper is part of the Dream Family from Philips Respironics. The Dream Family offers innovative, comprehensive sleep therapy technology like:
• DreamWear: It looks different because it is different. The ingenious open-face design provides exceptional comfort with an optimal fit, easy freedom of movement and the ability to choose your most comfortable sleep position. DreamWear is User-friendly in every possible way.
• DreamStation: Embrace your care with confidence with our most innovative obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) technology. With easy-to-navigate menus, remote diagnostics, a sleek, compact profile and incredibly quiet operation, DreamStation helps make it simple to start, customize and continue your OSA therapy.
• DreamStation Go: Whether you’re traveling for business or venturing out on the vacation of a lifetime, DreamStation Go provides an easy, reliable and portable PAP experience for users who refuse to compromise.
Philips DreamMapper has access to the following permissions:
Approximate location (network-based): This is to set up Bluetooth communication. A location is required to acquire the pair.
Read the contents of your USB storage: This is needed to access the scanned and stored image that the camera takes of the Device Serial Number (DSN).
Take pictures and videos: Used to scan the DSN.
Receive data from Internet: DreamMapper needs to communicate with its Data Center.
View network connections: Wi-Fi setup as well as the need for DreamMapper to communicate with its Data Center.
Pair with Bluetooth devices: First-time connection to another Bluetooth device.
Access Bluetooth settings: First-time connection to another Bluetooth device.
Full network access: DreamMapper needs to communicate with its Data Center.
Prevent device from sleeping: Prevents the phone from “going to sleep” while playing videos.
Performance updates and bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I have learned to love it
When I first got the app, I struggled to Bluetooth connect to my CPAP machine. It must have been a learning curve, because now it uploads automatically every morning. As soon as I turn my machine off, I literally just tap the DreamMapper app to open it, and syncing is automatic.
It is a little quirky if you try to "do the most" in connecting your Bluetooth. This is the only Bluetooth device that once connected will display the CPAP as both a connected and a connectable device (listed twice, which creates confusion, and difficulty if you try to "fix" this. Just connect once, and open the app daily and it will auto sync.
The app gives you: Sleep hours, apneas, hypopneas, and is searchable by week with bar graphs, comparing your nights. There are helpful videos, goals, and product suggestions, which is nice to know about certain things, like the new portable CPAP for hiking, and things like that.
Love it or hate it, I've learned to love this app and accept my sleep apnea. I've learned how to use it, and it is a super-easy component to my morning, which I believe it was programmed to auto-grab data every morning off the cpap. Just make sure the cpap is on (i.e. You just turned off the air) then open DreamMapper
🎵 Ba, ba, ba, ba baaa🎵 I’m Lov’n it🔚
It took me a few hours to the day to understand the app. It has been working very well for me and I had no issues of downloading the app and blue-toothing to my phone. I guess I am one of the lucky ones. I love that it shows the AHI, the hours of sleep time, and the mask fit. I also like the bar chart as well because it gives a perspective on my days of sleep. I also look at it online where I can see the whole picture better. Online DteamMapper gives a 14,30,60,90 days in which when you click on any of these numbers you can see the bar chart of Udage, AHI, and Mask Fit. It’s pretty cool. My Phillips DreamStation also comes with an SD card in which I can load into my computer all the data.
One suggestion / recommendation I would like to see added to the DreamMapper is a tab that reads “months” and have it at the top in the menu bar. And then when you click on it a drop down window appears with all 12 months listed. This way you can select your month and click on the 30 day and see your data for that month and compare it to other months; oppose to using the arrows on each side to view past or future months .
Vet nice app🔚👍🏻.
A Necessary Tool for the Phillips CPAP
I have found the Phillips Dreamware app to be a necessary diagnostic tool for helping me understand the quality of my sleep each night. I have been using it for many months now. The application indicates how long you wore the mask, the effectiveness of the seal it had with your face, and the overall AHI sleep index with a breakdown for the number of occurrences of obstructive apnea, clear airway apnea, and hypopnea during the sleep period. You can also generate column chart graphs for up to 90 days that show how long the mask was worn, the effectiveness of the seal, and the overall AHI index for each sleep period during the chosen span of days. Note: the breakdown of the AHI index is only shown for each sleep period. The only bug I have observed with the app is when it pops up an error message saying it failed to connect via Bluetooth, and yet when you click "OK" the data usually transfers despite the error warning (false error). One nice additional feature would be to download the sleep data as a CSV or tab delimited file so that you can better look at the raw data in Excel or some other spreadsheet tool of choice (for those who are more analytically minded).
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- Health & Fitness
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.