Get Sleepy Time!
While sleep experts will tell you not to keep your cell phone near your bed, if you’re using Sleepy Time to help you snooze, we think it’s okay.
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If you’re a light sleeper, dead silence can be as much a hindrance to getting some shut-eye as irritating noises. There are plenty of noise machines you can buy, but why spend $20 and (way) up when you can download the Sleepy Time app for only a buck fifty? The sounds are plentiful. There are more than 65 of them, including the usual ones like White Noise and Crickets, the less expected (Heartbeat) and even the unexpected (Train, Radio Static and — really?— Airplane Cabin). The audio quality is as good as and even better than a machine.
You can set Sleepy Time to run for a limited amount of time (say, two hours), by which point, we hope, you’re asleep. It’ll run even if your phone — insensitive thing — falls asleep before you do.
Abstract: If you can’t stand silence or need pleasing sounds to drown out irritating noises, you’ll like Sleepy Time.
Reviewed: Jul 22, 2011 | Nick Hurwitch