9 Best Apps Which Could Help You Sleep Better

  • 04-06-2021 |
  • Polad Aladi

Do you have some problems with your sleeping habits? The first thing that comes to your mind is probably “lack of sleep.” But this might not be the case. In a lot of cases, you’re not lacking sleep, you’re just not getting the right kind of sleep.

Sleep is the very foundation of your health, and without it, you will eventually break down, both physically and mentally.

Sleep deprivation can cause a lot of health problems. You can get sick, you might even die. Sleep is also the time when your body rebuilds and recovers from the beating it took during the day.
Below, we’ve rounded up a few of the best sleep apps to help you achieve the best night’s sleep possible! 

Sleep Cycle

Sleep Cycle is one of the most popular sleep apps on the App Store. It uses your iPhone’s accelerometer to track your movement throughout the night.

After you set your alarm, Sleep Cycle plays a sound that helps you wake up at the optimal time. So, instead of being woken up by a shrill alarm, you’re gently nudged awake by the sound of waves or birds chirping.

The app also tracks your sleep habits and provides you with a sleep score.

As a bonus, Sleep Cycle also tracks your sex habits. So, if you sleep with your partner, you’ll be able to see how much you’re getting it on.


Calm is a great app for those of you who suffer from anxiety or insomnia.

The app’s library has hundreds of meditations and sleep stories, including soothing music, guided breathing exercises, and soothing rain showers.

There are sleep stories for sleep issues like insomnia, snoring, and night terrors.

You can also create your own “sleep pack” for each night to create a unique ambiance.

Sleep Time

Sleep Time is a free sleep app that tells you how much time you need to sleep.

It tracks your sleeping patterns and helps you sleep for the amount of time you need.

The app is also great for tracking your sleep cycles.


SleepBot is a free sleep tracker that uses your iPhone’s accelerometer to track your sleep patterns.

It also uses the camera on your phone to take pictures of your sleeping environment. This can be helpful in identifying any potential sleep problems.

Sleep Genius

Sleep Genius is another sleep app that uses your phone’s accelerometer to track your sleeping patterns.

The app also tracks the quality of your sleep, which can help you identify potential problems.

The app also includes sleep stories, music, and a sleep meditation.

Simple Habit

Simple Habit is an online app that helps you meditate every day.

Simple Habit gives you a daily meditation goal and tracks your progress.

It also includes a community of meditators and a “Meditation Marketplace” where you can find meditations on everything from mindfulness to anger management.

The app offers two free meditation sessions a day, and you can pay for unlimited access to the rest of the meditations.


Calmly is an app that provides guided meditations from popular celebrities like Jack Dorsey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Tim Ferriss.

The app offers a free 25-minute meditation each day. You can purchase a monthly subscription for $9.99 or purchase specific meditations for $1.99 each.


Headspace is an app developed by Buddhist monk and author Andy Puddicombe.

The app provides guided meditation sessions, and is great for people who are new to meditation.

SleepCycle Alarm Clock

SleepCycle Alarm Clock is a free app that uses your iPhone’s accelerometer to track your sleep patterns.

The app features a snooze button, a sleep graph, and an alarm that gradually wakes you up with a natural sound.

All You Need to Do Is Sleep

Sleep is very important to your health, and it’s something we all struggle with. While there are many sleep apps out there, these nine are generally the best ones.

Let us know in the comments which sleep app you use, and how it has helped you!

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