Track your sleep on Apple Watch to achieve your sleep goals and overall health. Sleep tracking apps and functions have been developed by many companies for a long time. There are many dedicated sleep tracking apps, devices, and fitness wearables that offer sleep stages, REM, sleep duration overnight, and much more functions.
Apple Watch also delivers advanced features like the detection of micro-movements to capture sleep stages, periodic sleep pattern chart, wake-up feature, etc. Sleep tracking is compatible with the following WatchOS models:
- The Apple Watch Series 3
- An Apple Watch Series 4
- Apple Watch Series 5
- An Apple Watch Series 6
- Apple Watch SE
If you own one of them and want to know more about the sleep tracking feature to access seamlessly to improvise your health then keep reading. Apple Watch comes with the latest update that allows you to set & forget feature. This set & forget feature is fully concentrated that doesn’t need you to do anything. There are different third-party apps also integrated which are configurable. You can customize your sleep settings on your Apple Watch. Next, we’ll show you how to set up a sleep track on Apple Watch so let’s get started.
Set Up Sleep Track on Apple Watch
 Launch the Sleep app on the Apple Watch.
 Tap Next, scroll down then adjust the timing of your sleep by “+” & “-“ signs.
 Tap Next and scroll down then select a day for your sleep schedule.
 Set your wakeup time by tapping the Time button.
 Next, tap on the Alarm On/Off switch if you desired to wake up with an alarm sound.
 Tap on Sound to choose a suitable sound.
 Click on Bedtime to adjust and hit Next.
 To track your sleep pattern tap on Enable or else tap on the Skip button.
 Again tap on Enable if you want the Wind Down feature or else skip it.
 Tap Next > Tap Done to finish the sleep tracking.
Later on, you can check your sleep patterns and sleep analysis on your iPhone.
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Compatible Third-Party Apps
There are some compatible apps with enhanced features to supplement the Sleep app. Many Apple Watch owners prefer these apps to get the best results.
1: Autosleep – This app works seamlessly with the Apple Sleep app by tracking the duration and quality of sleep. You can access it by one-time purchase costs $4.99
2: Sleep++ – This app shows you the patterns and the sleep charts with complete data to accomplish your sleep goals. For precise control and manual configuration have this app for free with some in-app purchases.
3: Pillow – The Pillow app provides an in-depth analysis of your sleep with a smart alarm clock function to get maximum results. Basically, this app is free but to unlock the advanced features you’ve to pay a subscription of $4.49 for a month, $9.49 for three months, or $27.49 for a year.
4: Sleep Cycle – This app detects snoring, coughing, and even eye movements with a soothing sleep sound library. You can get this app for free and to access exclusive features pay a premium subscription for a year at $29.99.
5: SleepWatch – To get some more personalized insights on average sleeping heart rate, sleep rhythm, and overall sleep cycle under AI measures. This app is free but for advanced features like tracking mode and many more you’ve to pay $3.99/month or $29.99/year for a premium membership.
Here we wind up the article by setting up the built-in features and some of the best compatible third-party sleep apps that go well with the Apple Watch. For more clarification walk through the FAQ part of this article below and send us your feedback we’ll revert back soon.
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Keep it in charge and wear it while sleeping to detect your sleep pattern & movements and get acquired results.
With the latest watchOS 7, the new built-in sleep tracker also monitors and records your heart rate during your sleep.