An app aimed at anyone who snores, to get a better idea of their snoring patterns.
|SnoreLab||By Reviva Softworks Ltd|
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What does the app do?
The app enables the user to record and track their snoring. By placing your mobile device at your bedside, it records your snoring. For each sleep session the calculates a snore score, which is a measure of snoring intensity, and provides a report showing when and how loudly you snored, with a selection of audio samples. The app is helpful for people with snoring problems, to assess their snoring patterns. It may be useful to assess the impact of snoring remedies or other lifestyle changes (reduction in alcohol intake, weight loss, medications) on snoring. The free version of the app has basic features and in-app advertising. The user is encouraged to upgrade to the paid version ($8.49) to access additional features, including data export and an ad-free option. Note: the app is not suitable if there are 2 snorers in the room. For a more detailed description of the app, see Google Play or iTunes and for a detailed review, see Reviews.
✔ Monitor snoring while trailing different remedies and looking and associated factors.
✘ There is no information describing how the snore score is calculated.
Privacy and security
The app doesn’t collect any personal data. However, anonymous usage of the app is tracked in order to improve the app features and to understand the purpose behind the usage of the app. Read more about things you can do to improve your safety and security when using apps.
Date of review: February 2017
Platform reviewed: Android
App version: 1.0.20
Download size: 17.31MB
The following references relate to articles about apps for snoring:
- Camacho M, Robertson M, Abdullatif J, et al. Smartphone apps for snoring. J Laryngol Otol. 2015 Oct;129(10):974-9.
- Ko PR, Kientz JA, Choe EK, et al. Consumer Sleep Technologies: A Review of the Landscape. J Clin Sleep Med. 2015 Dec 15;11(12):1455-61.
- Sands SA, Owens RL. Does my bed partner have OSA? There's an app for that! J Clin Sleep Med. 2014 Jan 15;10(1:79-80).