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5 Good Anti Snoring Apps for Android

5 Good Anti Snoring Apps for Android
Written by Darren Wall

With more than 40% of men snoring, and more than 20% of women, most of us will have shared a bed with a partner that keeps us awake at night. While it might be a common annoyance, regular snorers are at far higher risk of developing sleep apnea. That is a chronic condition that results in poor sleep as your oxygen supply is interrupted for up to 10 seconds at a time. To help solve these kinds of issues, I’m going to take a look at five of the best anti snoring apps out there.

Before continuing to read, please be aware that none of the apps I have included in this article is a substitute for medical advice. As such, if you feel yours or a partners snoring is a problem, I suggest you seek help from a qualified medical practitioner.

Anti Snoring App developed by Kami Inc.

1. Anti Snoring – by Kami Inc.

My first thought about this app was, I like it, and not just because it’s got a slick user interface. I love the fact that you can set up vibrational feedback alarms when you’re snoring either too loudly, or too frequently. That is very useful if you want to be able to stay on top of your most annoying habit.

It also has plenty of onboard hints and tips on how you can sleep better. And that is the critical point for me. Stopping snoring is not just something to be done for the sake of it. It’s something that will positively impact the sleep quality of millions of people.

Available on GooglePlay

   

Anti snoring solution app

2. Anti Snore Solution – by Ten Minds Co.

As anti snoring apps go, this is about as good as it gets. It’s designed to be integrated with the innovative motion pillow produced and sold by the same company.

The idea here is that an intelligent pillow records the air flow and associated vibration across its surface. That gives the most accurate measurement possible of the precise nature of each snore. Once that information is available, it’s then considerably easier to iteratively make the changes that will stop snoring in its tracks.

Not only that, but it’s also (according to the developer) the first to warn of Sleep Apnea, and provide a detailed sleep/snoring analysis.

Available on GooglePlay

Analyze snoring patterns

3. Anti-Snoring – by Slyge

Not to be confused with the first app on this list of a very similar name, this one is worth a closer look.

The user interface may scream budget design, but that’s a price worth paying for the insights you’ll glean from it. By being able to analyze snoring patterns across days, weeks, and months, you’ll soon see what works, and what doesn’t.

That way you’ll be able to figure out why it is you or your partner is snoring so loudly. It will also allow you to record the total volume of your snoring. Ideal if you want to be able to quickly compare your progress to what you were doing a couple of weeks ago.

Available on GooglePlay

track the frequency and volume of the snoring

4. SnoreLab: Record Your Snoring

No list of anti-snoring apps would be complete without a quick look at SnoreLab, so here goes!

What I love about this app is it’s so easy to use. The GUI is super intuitive, and that’s going to make it nice and easy for people to use it in the middle of the night. It also allows you to track the frequency and volume of the snoring. That might not sound like the most exciting thing to do but think about it for a moment.

If you have enough data on how you’re actually snoring, then you can start to figure out ways to reduce it. Record the data night after night, and you’ll quickly see just how effective certain sleeping positions are. That way you can quickly home in on a sleeping habit that allows you and your partner to get the deep, restful sleep you need.

Available on GooglePlay

developed to help the partner of a snorer

5. SnorEraser – by AudEscapes, Inc.

With a name like this, it’s not hard to guess what promises may be on offer. The exciting thing about it is it’s not a tool for the actual snorer. It’s been developed to help the partner of the snorer — the people who never get enough sleep!

The idea is that it takes the technology of noise-canceling headphones and enhances it. Noise canceling headphones use Fourier Transforms to cancel out repetitive background droning noises. SnorEraser essentially upgrades the processing power by helping with intermittent sounds like snoring.

Ideal if you want to get a good night’s sleep for the first time in years.

Available on GooglePlay

About the author

Darren Wall

Darren hails from the UK, is a lover of all things mobile technology and likes to write about it all of the time. He's been writing for his own mobile tech blog and various others for over 13-years and cannot foresee a day in which he will become tired of doing so.

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