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Easy Snore let you know about your snoring in a easy to use user interface. Reduce snoring night after night.

Select the maximum time between two snores. Watch results in graphics latter

Inspiration / Expiration snore duration

The App measures the time between two snores as an indication of the inspiration / expiration breath time. Graphics show the time between two snores and how often they happen. Users can watch their results and use these settings to enable a snore warning, only when their snores are separated by a certain amount of time. This helps users to make sure that in case that they could be breathing too slow, the App would warn them and help them correct this situation. Uses can change their position or at least continue breathing normally.


Snoring settings

Users can set up when they want to be warned using these FREE settings. Through this settings page users can decide in which time frame they want to be warned, wether they want to be warned so many times (1,5,10 or 100 at maximum for example) or even only after having snored for a certain number of times.

FREE Settings to enable snore warnings.


A drawer menu provides a simplified access to all App features. Know your snoring sound level with Snore Noise App

Extended drawer menu

Simplified access to all App featrues from the left drawer menu. This includes access to Test features (to try snore detection using pre-recorded snores and your smartphone), access to help screens, access to all snore graphics and personal snoring report and to the settings for each feature.


True App personalisation with multiple extended features

Users decide how much information they need to monitor their snoring. Additional to the FREE All-night snoring graphics, users can enable additinoal multiple features of their choise. When accessing graphics, users are given the opportunity to check sample ones or enable their personal results. Also from the left drawer menu it is possible to access all these features and enable / disable them. The more users want, the more they have.

True App personalisation with multiple extended features


A graphic showing when at night your snoring is very loud and when not disturbing

Graphics: Snore noise level over night

This graphic shows you how you are snoring at what point of time at night. It is an overview to help you understand if your snoring is louder when you go to bed or latter at night. With this information you can set up the App to warn you in that particular circumstances that worries you.


Graphic: Inspiration / Expiration time

Sleep Apnea can produce very short inspiration / expiration breath times but also very long ones. With this graphic users can see how much time is there between two snores as an indication of possible sleep apneas. The graphic shows in colors the duration between two snores. Red ones mean that the users has been more than 90 seconds to snore from the previous one and green, that the snores are separated by less than ten seconds (regular breath time while sleeping)

Watch an all night graphic with the time between two snores duration and related inspiration / expiration time (possible sleep apnea)


Set up a personal snore noise level to trigger a warning to the user

Snore loudness trigger level

Some times we snore very loud, smoetimes just loud. Depending on weather we did sport, drank alcohol or if we are very tired our snoring can be at different sleep phases at night very different. With this setting we can adjust when we think that we are loud and when we want the App to warn us.


Snore Warnings type selection (sound or vibration)

We can adjust the type of warning from within the menu. Many settings are possible. Users can choose the sound of their choise (which could be a self recorded one) or any of the notification sounds of their telephone. It is also possible to choose vibration, which will make our phone or Android Wear watch vibrate for a short periode of time.

Different snoring warning types to quit snoring.


An App for snorers and for non snorers who are suffering from their partners

An App for snorers and for non snorers

Partners suffering from the snoring of their partners can also use this App, to let their partners know about how much, how loud and when they are snoring. The "My nights" option let partners monitor at what time they were awaken and compare it to the number of snores at that given point of time.


App for Snore Partners

Partners can monitor the snoring in their bed room. In case they are awaken and just by shifting their phone the App will track at what time they did it and show it in a graphic together with the number of snores. This way snorers and partners can see the amount of snoring that has produced the awakening and also the number of awakenings at that night.

Monitor awakenings due to snoring of your partner


A menu let you access the multiple breath time snoring graphics

Inspiration / Expiration snore time dashboard

As like as all the other settings, the App offers a dedicated menu to this feature. From within this Menu users can access the many snoring graphics and snoring report results of their night.


Snore loudness menu

From this menu we access all snore sound level graphics and personal reports. Users can select among an all night graphic (minute by minute or every hour) with the total ammount of snores at that time and their noise level. An other graphic shows the relation of snores, how many very loud, how many snores were loud and how many less. Graphics show percentage of very loud snores related to the other snores. There is still another 4-graphic screen where users can see when the different snore sound levels happened and help them understand how noisy they are at what point of time.

Monitor snoring sound level with graphics and personal reports


Counts with help screens at every possible page to explain the user what to do and what to expect

Help screens

User friendly App with help screens at every stage. Users can read and know about all features and graphics. With Snore Counter you can know easily wether you snore.


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Share your snoring graphics for latter analysis or to let others know about Stop Snoring App

The app let users share their snoring graphs and save them for latter analysis. Use Snore Noise App to know your snoring sound level


Snore noise sound level

Simplified Apps for different user types

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Multiple Apps

Different user types can find the right App for them

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Simplified dashboard with snoring facts. Monitor your snoring sound level

Simplified dashboard with snoring facts

It offers and easy mode and an advanced mode. Still the user experience is enhanced with many details to inform the user. Either if the enhancements are enabled, subscribed, being cancelled, purhcased or not, the App counts with an extremely friendly user interface to let you focus on your sleep and snoring.


Extended dashboard with snoring parameters

Taping on the cells on the screen you will access an additinal level of information, with more parameters and facts. All of them have a graphic that shows you your snoring profile over night. For all types of users. For those who want more and those who want less. Full of explanations and graphic details to let you make the most of snore partner app.

Extended dashboard with snoring parameters


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Select the maximum time between two snores. Watch results in graphics latter

Change Your Sleep Position.

Lying on your back makes the base of your tongue and soft palate collapse to the back wall of your throat, causing a vibrating sound during sleep. Sleeping on your side may help prevent this. "A body pillow (a full-length pillow that supports your entire body) provides an easy fix," Slaughter says. "It enables you to maintain sleeping on your side and can make a dramatic difference." Taping tennis balls to the back of your pajamas can also stop you from sleeping on your back, Chokroverty says. "Or you can recline the bed with the head up and extended, which opens up nasal airway passages and may help prevent snoring. This may cause neck pain, however." If snoring continues regardless of the sleep position, obstructive sleep apnea may be a cause. See a doctor in this case.


Help put snoring to rest with these quit snoring tips

You may be among the 45% of normal adults who snore at least occasionally or you likely know someone who does. He (or she) may be the brunt of jokes at family gatherings ("Uncle Joe snores so loudly he rattles the windows!"), but snoring is serious business. For one, a snoring spouse often keeps the other person from a good night's sleep, which can eventually lead to separate bedrooms. "Snoring can create real problems in a marriage," says Daniel P. Slaughter, MD, an otolaryngologist and snoring expert at Capital Otolaryngology in Austin, Texas.

FREE Settings to enable snore warnings.


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Is it Snoring or Sleep Apnea

About 90 million Americans suffer from snoring activity during sleep. While half of these people are “simple snorer’s” or primary snorers, the other half may have a serious sleep disorder called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). The two conditions are often inaccurately used interchangeably and may be incorrectly treated as a result. While OSA will almost always leads to loud and frequent snoring, snoring does not always indicate OSA. Understanding the differences between sleep apnea and primary snoring is the first step to effective treatment of both conditions. For all the people across the country who are getting nudged or elbowed throughout the night from frustrated bed partners, it’s important to know what their snoring means, and how they can silence it.


Don’t forget that while you’re sleeping, others are not.

While the snorer may not feel that the condition is disrupting his or her sleep, the partner being kept up all night by the noise may feel differently. Relationships can severely suffer if partners are irritated about being kept awake or having to sleep in separate rooms. Over 41 percent of women who say they need a good night’s sleep instead have it interrupted by a snoring partner. The lack of sleep or need for nighttime separation can foster resentment and decrease intimacy in relationships. There are additional health risks from lack of consistent high-quality sleep, including being more prone to accidents, difficulty focusing, impaired attention and alertness, as well as other serious risks such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes. This lack of sleep can promote weight gain while also accelerating the aging of the skin and brain.

FREE Settings.


Select the maximum time between two snores. Watch results in graphics latter

How to stop snoring

Being woken by the harsh, sudden sound of somebody snoring can be incredibly frustrating - not to mention dangerous for your health. A lack of sleep is linked to stress, anxiety and a weaker immune system. Recent studies have even linked sleep deprivation to diabetes. Slumberdown Sleep Expert, Sammy Margo defines snoring as a breathing disorder caused by vibrations of the tissues between the nose and the mouth. It can be triggered by alcohol intake, weight gain, smoking and sleep apnoea.


Easy solutions for snoring

You may be among the 45% of normal adults who snore at least occasionally or you likely know someone who does. He (or she) may be the brunt of jokes at family gatherings ("Uncle Joe snores so loudly he rattles the windows!"), but snoring is serious business. For one, a snoring spouse often keeps the other person from a good night's sleep, which can eventually lead to separate bedrooms. "Snoring can create real problems in a marriage," says Daniel P. Slaughter, MD, an otolaryngologist and snoring expert at Capital Otolaryngology in Austin, Texas.

FREE Settings to enable snore warnings.


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