Top 10 Sleep Apps for iOS and Android devices

Top 10 Sleep Apps for iOS and Android devices

There is nothing worse than desperately trying to get rest at night to only find yourself tossing and turning in bed.  In a world full of hustle and bustle, it can be hard to wind down at the end of the day.  Here’s to hoping these 10 Sleep Apps for iOS and Android devices will leave you sawing logs before long.  

  1. Sleepmaker Rain:  There is nothing better than the gentle sound of rain to help you doze off.  This app provides a calm rain storm whenever you need it.
    Get it on: Android
  2. Nature Sounds Relax and Sleep:  Whether you prefer the rainforest or birds chirping, this app will allow you to relax and get the rest you need.
    Get it on: Android
  3. Relax & Sleep by Glenn Harrold: Hypnotherapist Glenn Harrold leads you through meditation sessions that will ease your mind to sleep.
    Get it on: iOS   Android
  4. Digipill:  Another meditation app, this one is a play on traditional pills to help you sleep and gives you your nightly dose in digital form.
    Get it on: iOS   Android
  5. Relax Melodies: Choose from 64 high quality sound melodies, take a deep breath and relax yourself away to sleep.
    Get it on: iOS   Android
  6. Pzizz Sleep: Combining neuro linguistic programming, binaural beats and sound effects, this app scientifically proves to be the best.  You can be your own judge of that.
    Get it on: iOS   Android
  7. aSleep: You can set timers for how long you would like certain background noises to play and can even fall asleep to the sound of a beating heart.
    Get it on: iOS   Android
  8. Alarm Tunes: If falling asleep (or waking up) to your favorite playlist is your preference this is the app for you.
    Get it on: iOS Android (no longer available)
  9. Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson.  This life coach calms you and uses subtle blue and white screens to helps remove distractions from your life.
    Get it on: iOS   Android
  10. Sleepbot: Once you have figured out how to fall asleep using the apps listed above you can use this app to track the quality and quantity of sleep you are actually getting.
    Get it on:Android
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