Sleep tracking company Zeo has announced today that they’ll soon be selling a mobile version of their product, compatible with both iOS and Android. The company previously only offered what amounted to a base-station clock with a sleep monitoring headband. Together they tracked your sleep patterns, including Light, Deep, and REM, but in the process the data got a bit trapped in their clock. To upload sleep data to the web for easier analysis, users had to pull an SD card out of the clock, plug it to a computer, and complete the upload. This step presented a pretty high barrier to learning about your personal sleep.
The mobile version solves this by eliminating the intermediary to your sleep metrics. By porting the data directly to your phone, users will be able to see richer charts and easier to understand summary metrics on how well they are sleeping, as well as have access to the full suite of Zeo’s “Sleep Management” tools.
The mobile version of the Zeo will be available both online and at Best Buy stores across the country by the end of October.
Product Page: Zeo Sleep Manager – Mobile
Press Release: Zeo Launches Mobile Sleep System
*This blog post was originally published at Medgadget*