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Z_CNHI News Service

August 14, 2013

Manage your health with mobile apps


Sleep Cycle ($0.99) bills itself as a "bio-alarm clock" that analyzes sleep patterns and wakes the user when he or she is in the lightest sleep phase. Users set a 30-minute window within which they would like to wake up, then go to sleep with their phone in bed with them. The app picks up the body's movement patterns and sets off an alarm when it registers the lightest sleep phase within the wake-up window. The app's creators say that this is the key to waking up feeling rested and relaxed.

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