publication . Article . 2016

Overview of smartphone applications for sleep analysis

Ong, Adrian A.; Gillespie, M. Boyd;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 2016 Journal: World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, volume 2, issue 1, pages 45-49 (issn: 2095-8811, eissn: 2589-1081, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract
Objective: To review and assess the current selection of sleep analysis smartphone applications (apps) available for download. Methods: The iOS and Google Play mobile app store were searched for sleep analysis apps targeted for consumer use. Alarm clock, sleep-aid, snoring and sleep-talking recorder, fitness tracker apps, and apps geared towards health professionals were excluded. App information and features were obtained from in-store descriptions, and the app developer website. Results: A total of 51 unique sleep apps in both iOS and Google Play stores were included. The apps were rated 3.8/5 in both stores, and had an average price of $1.12 in the iOS store ...
Subjects
mesheuropmc: mental disorders
free text keywords: Review Article, Smartphone, RF1-547, Mobile applications, RD1-811, Sleep monitor, Actigraphy, Otorhinolaryngology, Apps, Surgery
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publication . Article . 2016

Overview of smartphone applications for sleep analysis

Ong, Adrian A.; Gillespie, M. Boyd;