1. SnoreLab has monitored more than 50 million nights of sleep and has helped millions of people to better understand or even eliminate their snoring problem.
2. The most popular and innovative app of its kind, SnoreLab records, measures and tracks your snoring and helps you to discover effective ways to reduce it.
3. SnoreLab is not intended to diagnose or treat sleep apnea or any illness/medical condition.
4. SnoreLab is not a medical device, nor is it intended to replace professional medical advice and/or diagnosis.
5. ▷ SnoreLab can integrate with Apple Health to record your sleep statistics and body stats.
6. The SnoreLab app is not a medical device and does not claim to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
7. Extended features such as Full Night Recording, Trends, and Cloud Backup require a SnoreLab Premium subscription.
8. SnoreLab lets you log and track lifestyle factors and any snoring remedies so you can see how they impact your snoring.
SnoreLab has monitored more than 50 million nights of sleep and has helped millions of people to better understand or even eliminate their snoring problem.
The app is very easy to use: simply set SnoreLab running next to your bed whilst you sleep. In the morning you will discover your Snore Score, exactly when and how loudly you snored, and listen to some highlights!
SnoreLab lets you log and track lifestyle factors and any snoring remedies so you can see how they impact your snoring.
SnoreLab is attracting endorsements from doctors, dentists and users alike. The app can be useful in medical consultations when investigating sleep disorders such as sleep apnea.
Are you a room shaker or a snorter? A buzz saw or a whistler? Or do you just purr like a kitten? Discover the truth with SnoreLab! What's your Snore Score?
'An ingenious app' - Mail Online
'Best Health App - Runner-up' - Best App Ever Awards 2014
▷ Advanced snore detection algorithms
▷ Records sound samples of your snoring
▷ Measures snoring intensity (Snore Score)
▷ Compares snoring across nights
▷ Tests the effectiveness of any snoring remedies that you use
▷ Measures the impact of factors such as drinking alcohol on your snoring
▷ Records sleep statistics
▷ Optional full-night recording mode
▷ Email sound files
▷ Provides information about snoring remedies
▷ Easy to use, no calibration needed
▷ SnoreLab can integrate with Apple Health to record your sleep statistics and body stats.
▷ Top 10 Medical app in 30 countries
▷ "What's Hot" medical app in 33 countries
▷ Featured in Lifehacker, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Quantified Self and others
▷ Recommended by top US doctors on HealthTap
SnoreLab has an average rating of 4.7 stars from over 10,000 user reviews. Here is a selection of some of our favourite reviews:
"App is truly amazing, I think it is a must have for every fellow man :)"
"Fascinating and helpful - I learned what's going on when I'm sleeping."
"This app is wonderful in that not only does it work, but its ease of use. This is a simple, effective tool to better health."
"Excellent app. This helped me to reduce my snoring by applying some of the remedies listed. My wife and I thank you, especially my Wife!"
"Take it from an MD... This program works and is a very useful tool to share with your doctor."
"This app is a revelation. For the first time I feel in control of my snoring problem. Thank you SnoreLab!"
"SnoreLab is the best sleep recorder I have tried. My snoring is down 40 plus percent in just two weeks."
The SnoreLab app is not a medical device and does not claim to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
Extended features such as Full Night Recording, Trends, and Cloud Backup require a SnoreLab Premium subscription.
The subscription period runs for 12 months.
SnoreLab Premium subscriptions purchased through the app will be charged to your iTunes account.
Your subscription can be cancelled or managed via your iTunes account settings. Your subscription will automatically renew unless you turn off auto-renewal at least 24-hours before the end of the subscription period.
SnoreLab is not a medical device, nor is it intended to replace professional medical advice and/or diagnosis. SnoreLab is not intended to diagnose or treat sleep apnea or any illness/medical condition. Please consult with a licensed medical practitioner before making any decisions or taking any actions that may affect your health, safety and wellbeing. Do not disregard professional advice because of anything you have seen, heard or read in the app. Always consult with a healthcare professional if you have any questions or concerns about your snoring or general health.
Really did help me sleep better
After a few nights, I bought the $10 upgrade to this app. It’s both the most expensive app I’ve ever bought, and some of the best money I’ve ever spent. I have been experimenting with different types of anti-snore devices to see what works best and is most comfortable for me, and this app helped me quickly and objectively rate how effective they are at preventing me from snoring. The interface is easy, and it supports every feature I wanted. After spending literally thousands of dollars on sleep medicine doctors, I’m now sleeping better after using this app to help me choose between a few, comparatively inexpensive, over-the-counter remedies. This ended up far more effective than I had imagined (specifically for me, the tongue-retention class of device), and this app helped me do it in a couple of weeks (and I knew what was and was not working after each night!)
Really great app to understand how to minimize snoring. After 30 days with different remedies, I could really see what reduces snoring and what doesn’t. I found, from least to most effective, were: (no treatment), Smart Nora, sleeping on my side, and CPAP. For loud snoring, CPAP led to less than 1/2 as much as Smart Nora. None of the example graphs on this App site show it, but you can do graphs comparing the effectiveness of different remedies, which is very helpful. Snore Lab needs improvement in distinguishing snoring sounds from background noise such as sheets rustling, partner walking to bathroom, street noise, etc, all of which is logged as loud or “epic” snoring, and even the fan on CPAP, which is logged as “light” snoring. Those sounds seem so distinct, surely a bit more acoustic processing can distinguish them from snoring, which would give more accurate results.
Snore lab is extremely interesting and helpful. I knew I had sleep apnea because I was diagnosed with that years ago but could never stand a CPAP machine. I was kind of hoping it went away but I can clearly see from my SnoreLab results that I still have it. I had ordered a dental apnea device but really didn’t like it and didn’t want to use it. It was sitting in my drawer for years. As soon as I saw my SnoreLab results I pulled that thing out and now I wear it every single night. I feel like I’m saving my life. Thank you snore lab. I happened upon you by total accident but I’m so glad I did. Update: Now I see that the dental device is still not enough. Going to see a sleep doc so I can get a handle on my snoring/ breathing problem. Hoping they have come up with a better solution than that c-pap in the last 10 years.