This app requires Beddit Sleep Monitor (Model 3.5). Beddit helps measure,
manage, and improve your sleep. With automatic and accurate tracking, you get a
full picture of your night by measuring sleep time, heart rate, breathing, and
bedroom temperature and humidity. Set daily bedtime and...
Very poorly designed app that often does not work at all!
Horrible app, returning to Apple store. The interface does NOT show if it is connected to the sensor. It shows that it's paired, but that doesn't mean it's working. So, you can have it miss an entire night without any indication that it has a problem. it also misses complete blocks of time. Twice in last two weeks it's completely missed the first hour I was in bed. Didn't show in bed but not asleep, it just didn't show anything at all. So, in less than two weeks, I've missed one complete night and gotten a very incomplete report on two other nights. It also has a binary notion of 'sleep', either you are asleep or not. It doesn't use movement to determine how well you are sleeping - at least there is no user interface showing this like any other sleep app. It especially doesn't use my Series 4 Apple watch which is very disturbing. If you play music on a bluetooth speaker during the night while getting up for a bit, it disconnects from the sensor, so no more recording and of course no indication that it's not recording. I develop software for a living. To me this was developed by people who don't understand the basics of a user interface. Back to the Apple store for this poor excuse for a product. I bought AutoSleep instead which does a much better job of logging sleep and works without any issues.
Doesn’t work reliably, UX assumes it does
Of course the hardware is unreliable, hardware usually is. The problem and reason for the 2-star review is the app is built around the hardware working perfectly. It needs: 1) a way to correct inaccurate sleep measurements. 2) to provide notifications that the sleep tracker isn’t working. Very disappointing product, the app could compensate for the device’s flaws but doesn’t. do not recommend.
Inaccurate and Terrible
You have one job, Beddit. ONE JOB. And you're terrible at it. You can't distinguish between lying still and sleeping. If I have a night of insomnia where I'm in bed awake (lying still, but awake), you log those hours as asleep, giving totally fictional reports. The Apple Watch and the Beautyrest tracker are both much more accurate and break down sleep by type (light, deep, etc) -- a basic feature of all sleep apps that you lack (which is insane, given that this is the ONLY thing you're supposed to be good at). Returning you, Beddit. Sorry.
For a sophisticated sleeping tracker (and a price point that supports that expectation), the Beddit app provides surprisingly very little data that is collected through the night. The previous app looks to have had all the things I would have expected (visual representation of sleep patterns, overall sleep score), so it is shocking how bad the update to the app has been. Seems like a huge miss for Apple and potentially the first time I’d consider returning a product from them (and writing my first negative review). Bring back comprehensive data...
Blue Tooth Connectivity Issues RMA
Worked for two days and then the connectivity issues started. Customer support did not even know what the product was? First step was to delete the app and loose your data. Manager then wanted me to totally wipe my phone and restore. Instead I used a second and it would not connect. Leaves me unsure if any of the data is meaningful. From other posts Apple cut out much of the more detailed information. Will give it a second try but less than impressed.
Very little info and device constantly needs to be reset
I had high hopes for this software and sleep tracking device. However, after a year of using it, I’m pretty disappointed. The amount of information available has decreased with each new app release and the device itself keeps needing to be reset to work.
I have been pleased with this app and device up until the latest update. I thought one of the best features was the snoring monitor. It helped me to adjust the way I slept and reduce my incidence of snoring drastically. I am not sure why it was removed but, usually, I would think that features would be added to an update, not taken away.
Disappointed so far...
I’ve used sleep trackers over the years and surprisingly the 3.5 Beddit provides very little information compared to others, including the Beddit 3.0. While the hardware works fine, the app makes very little productive use of the information. I hope Apple further develops the capability of this device.
Dissapointed with new data
What happened to data like time spent in light sleep, deep sleep, restless sleep? The overall sleep score? All gone. The graph of your sleep the night before is very basic now and you can’t see any detail- i.e. what times you were up. Will return if they don’t update the app with more functionality.
Current version deserves ZERO stars
This app is horrendous - and basically doesn’t record your sleep data. Their developers need to fix this app, it can’t be that hard to fix and release a patch/update to properly record data. This is embarrassing that they can’t even make a simple app with their device to work, DO NOT BUY THIS DEVICE, the app makes it worthless and useless!!
App Is Missing Some Fundamentals
- App is missing an indicator that the strap is being used (besides auto-snore detector as not everyone wants to disable Siri/mic) - Apple Watch app is pointless. All it shows is your bedtime. Is give us some stats here. Severely lacking behind AutoSleep - Needs an Apple Watch complication. AutoSleep has great complications which display how much sleep you got. Now that Apple owns Beddit, you’d think they’d be more on it. - Should have a way to enable snore detection but keep Siri enabled is possible - Push notifications need to be more insightful and remind user to input how the feel upon detection of waking up
I was looking forward to the new Beddit expecting that Apple would improve an already great device and application. It’s fair to assume Apple bought Beddit because they liked the company and its product. Well to be kind they gutted the product. The data is a mere shadow of what the old app and hardware provided. I sent mine back.
A couple of months ago, I read a good review of this product. My wife knew I wanted and just purchased it for me on my January birthday. You no longer get everything I originally wanted. The truncated data set is so simplistic you can get better info from some Apple Watch apps. I am considering returning it this week. As is it is definitely not worth the money.
New App is full of bugs and cuts features
I purchased a second Beddit. The new v3.5. Unfortunately a lot of features are missing from the old version of the app. It has these strange row of numbers that count up above Sleep Analysis Results that aren’t explained anywhere. I’m on the PST California time and Beddit app thinks its on east coast time. It’s already in the next day long before it midnight. Very frustrating.
Disappointed after much promise
Very disappointed that I will be returning this. Tried everything to connect via Bluetooth. Worked great for about a week, granted just doing what it does which is somewhat limited. But I found it very informative. Then just stopped connecting. Total pain
Yes. Beddit (for Model 3.5) is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 139 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 2.3/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Beddit (for Model 3.5) Is 28.6/100.
Yes. Beddit (for Model 3.5) is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 139 Beddit (for Model 3.5) User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Beddit (for Model 3.5) Is 28.6/100.
Beddit (for Model 3.5) works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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