The Android version of the popular app Sleep is one of the most popular Android apps for helping track and treat depression.
The app has over 50 million users worldwide, and according to data from market research firm Kantar Worldpanel, there are more than 6.6 million registered users of Sleep in the US.
Sleep’s primary purpose is to help users stay focused and get their mood in check while they sleep.
Users can access a number of apps to track their sleep quality and get information on how to get the most out of their sleep.
The Sleep app is not without its shortcomings.
Sleep uses an alarm clock that wakes you up in the morning and sends a text message when you’re done.
But, there is no option to opt out of the alarm clock.
And, the app requires users to have a registered email address for the app to function properly.
This means users are more likely to leave the app with a false positive.
Sleep also relies on its Facebook integration to track users, so it has some tracking capabilities.
However, Facebook integration isn’t always reliable, as it could be blocked by certain websites.
Sleep is not the only app that tracks users’ sleep.
There are many other apps that track users’ mood, and it is easy to find similar apps to Sleep.
Some of these apps include:• Facebook Messenger (requires Facebook login)• Facebook Connect (requires a Facebook account)• Sleep Checker (requires Android version 4.3 or higher)For a deeper look at Sleep, we recommend checking out our full guide to Android apps that are helping you to get better sleep.