iHome+Sleep, the alarm clock app from the experts on alarm clocks

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 3.0.7
  • Size: 75.0 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: iHome
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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iHome+Sleep is the award-winning*, feature-rich alarm clock for iOS devices from iHome. iHome+Sleep requires iOS 6.0 or later on iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. For extensive information about iHome apps and app-enhanced products, visit us at http://www.ihomeaudio.com/apps.

iHome+Sleep is the most feature rich alarm clock app for iOS. Including many ways to enhance your sleep lifestyle, including:

• Fully customizable alarm manager
• Nap alarms
• Gentle wake
• Wake and Sleep volume control
• Wake and Sleep to iPod library
• Wake and Sleep to Internet Radio (requires TuneIn account) * this feature is currently unsupported, a fix will be submitted soon to restore the usability
• Wake and Sleep to Zen Sounds (requires iHome Zen app. **PLEASE NOTE: This feature requires an iCloud account! You must be logged in to iCloud to get Zen sounds in iHome Sleep!**)
• Full screen clock display with custom photo backgrounds
• Sleep statistics and editable sleep log
• Wake and Sleep reminders

* Award-winning:

iHome+Sleep and related app-enhanced products have won numerous awards, including:
• 2010 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (iA5)
• 2011 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (iA100)
• 2011 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (iA63)
• iLounge's CES 2010 Best of Show (iHome+Sleep, iA100)
• iLounge's CES 2010 Best of Show Finalist (iA5)
• Chicago Tribune: Gadget Roundup's Gadget of the Year 2010 (iA100)
• iLounge's 2010 Clock Radio of the Year (iA100)
• iLounge's 2010 iPad/iPhone/iPod Accessory of the Year (iA100)

The Innovations Design and Engineering Award is based upon descriptive materials submitted to the judges. CEA did not verify the accuracy of any submission or of any claims made and did not test the item to which the award was given.

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  • 5
    This is an update to my review from 5 years ago. My original: There is definitely a learning curve to climb, but it (ver 2.7) has worked as advertised for over a year. Has not had a problem with the iOS 6.0 release, and it works well with my iHome alarm clock. I have not upgraded to the current release, however, due to the reviews that indicate a lot of bugs and crashing. There are minor things that I would like different, such as the ability to see the entire song title when choosing the iPod option for a wake up alarm, so I am not giving it 5 stars. I would not have a problem recommending it to anyone though. Here’s the update: It no longer works as advertised. Similar to other reviewers’ experiences, in the middle of the night it would kick me over to the App Store for some app it was advertising. Then it would ignore my wake up music selection and play something random from my song list. Then it actually didn’t go off a couple of times, and I was late getting up. NOT GOOD. I bought another alarm clock app, only to realize how feature poor and finicky it was. So I decided to buy the ad-free version of this app. Had a one-day honeymoon where it worked perfectly. It’s great that it no longer kicks me over to the App Store, but now two mornings in a row it simply turned off the alarm. I happened to wake up before it was supposed to go off, turned it back on, only to have it pull the random song and blast it. No gradual wake. Went back and checked the settings - yup, everything still set with the correct choices. So it ignores settings, turns itself off, and is no longer dependable to actually wake me up on time. Wow. That pretty much makes it worthless. It worked so well for so long, I hate to see it end like this, but it appears the iOS moved on and they have quit testing and/or updating it. What a shame.
  • J
    Recently updated my iPhone to latest version (10.2.1). Tried using this on a trip as my main alarm and the time is off around 15 min or and can not figure out why or how to fix. 2nd day set two alarms, 1st at 5:45am with music selections --never heard that go off, and 2nd alarm at 6:15am with the tone Disco. When selecting the tone I remember coming across the buzzer tone and specifically chose the Disco instead. In AM if 2nd day, I was rudely woken up a buzzer at 6:00am! Looked back in app and alarm settings to see if I messed up something and it all set as I said. So I updated the app. When opened to test it and reset alarm that had music, it went off with the buzzer at the appropriate time; however, when the app is open now it automatically takes me to the App Store to some random app (presumably the app in the ad section at bottom of app). Frustrated and ready to ditch this app! Never good idea to mess with my sleep but worse to mess with my sleep on a business trip! Only giving 1 star cuz u have to choose something and no stars wasn't option.
  • D
    I used to use iHome Set, but I upgraded my iPhone, and I had to buy a new alarm clock. The new clock supports the iPhone 6, but doesn't work with Set. Set had the random playlist, which Sleep apparently does not. It also displayed numbers with the volume adjustment, so you could easily see what your playback volume is - and this is the important bit - you could set your wake up volume appropriately. Sleep just has these sliders that don't mean anything. So far the alarm hasn't been loud enough to wake me, but it's hard to tell how much you've changed the volume without any numbers to compare with, and I will probably wake up to ear-shattering noise until I finally get it right, and God forbid I accidentally bump it. Totally not pleased. And today I found out that it doesn't even work with the clock's snooze bar. What good is this, anyway? The clock is going back to Amazon on Monday. Completely useless.

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