Sleep talk recorder
Submitted by Callum on Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Description of App
Do you talk in your sleep? Are you sure? Now you can find out! Over 1,500,000 downloads and an average rating of 4.5/5. Sleep talk recorder is a great iOS applecation that records exactly what you say when you're fast asleep and dreaming. It works like a charm. AppAdvice.com. Not only is it useful, but entertaining as well. You will be shocked at what some people say under the guys of sleep! 148apps.com Getting this app showed me that what I thought was occasional snoring was actually Severe sleep apnea. I was waking myself between 60-100 times a night, with loud snoring that sounded like something from a space alien. If I could give it 100 stars, I would! User, soundpro No. 1 top paid app in United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, top 5 in Germany, Australia, Netherland, Finland, Norway, Hungary, Denmark, Malta, New Zealand and Ireland. News! Sleep Talk Recorder is becoming a documentery and you or someone you know might become a part of it. Check out the trailer in the app. 4.0 comes with a compleate new design and added functionality. The app also comes with a fully featured, beautiful alarm clock. Did you say something in your sleep last night? A lot of people did. 50% of kids between the ages of 3 and 10 carry on whole conversations during the night. As we grow older the figure goes down to about 5%. Some people talk occasionally, some every night. Afraid of revealing secrets? Afraid of missing brilliant Da Vinci ideas you dream about? Or are you just looking for rock solid evidence that your partner snores? Sleep Talk Recorder monitors your sleep, but it's not just an ongoing recording. An advanced filtering function qualifys sounds and triggers Sleep Talk Recorder technology in a millisecond. In Sleep Talk recorder you get it all. A sleek interface with individual settings for sensitivity and filtering. A history that saves your recordings and sorts them on a timeline, night by night, for easy navigation. you can also add your funniest clips to your favourites post them to Facebook and Twiter for great laughs!
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Apple Watch Support
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This app is a mixture of accessible and inaccessible, depending on what part of the app you are on. The recordings, history and favourites are accessible accept from a few strangely labeled buttons. You'll just have to press these and see what they do then label them how you want. E.g. The button to go back from the recordings from 1 night to the rest of the nights in your history is labeled "X off button". I've just labeled this as back. However the settings section, labeled as "More, 2 items", is compleately inaccessible. First off, the button is labeled as having 2 new items all the time, and all the buttons in the settings are unlabeld and don't do anything when you double-tap them. You shouldn't have to touch the settings, I just use the default settings, but if you wanna change something get sighted assistance.
VoiceOver reads most page elements.
Most buttons are clearly labeled.
There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.
This app only costs £0.69 at the time of submitting this, and I think it's worth it. Only had it for a week and turns out I hate orange juice and I express this through sleep talking. Lol scary. one thing VO users WILL need to know, when you start the app recording, which is by pressing the "Green Bed" button, the sound from your phone, including VO will go silent. The alarm clock that comes with this app is not accessible, so if you just use the normal iPhone alarm and in the morning it will stop recording and play the alarm sound, and the VO speach should return as long as you don't touch the volume. If you wanna turn it off before then, the easyest way I've found is to hold down the home button to activate voice control or Siri depending on what device you use. This should stop the recording and start VO speaking again. So if VO goes silent when you start it recording this is normal. Just lock your phone and don't worry about it it'll sort itself out in the morning or the way described above. Anyway despite the accessibility problems this is a brilliant app! Still recommend it!
1 people have recommended this app
Most recently recommended by Callum 7 years 4 months ago
The only thing that really concerns me about this app is that sometimes I've been known to sleep upwards of 11 or 12 hours at a time. So, I don't want a recording which is 85 percent silent where I wasn't talking, only then to have to listen to the entire 9, 10, or 11 hour long recording just in case I otherwise may miss something vitally important. Yeah, there is fast forwarding, but what if you have a nightmare, and within that nightmare you distressedly say only one or two words, IE, you very fearfully holler: "Help Me!" a fast forward, may zip right over those two words, and you'd never even know they were there. Plus, scanning through a 9 hour long recording could be like finding a needle in a haystack. I'm almost completely convinced to buy this thing, but I just need to know that it does have a bit of voice activation capability and that it is configured by default since the settings aren't apparently accessible. I just don't want large chunks of silence. You know what I mean?
I agree. I think recording 8 or 9 hours of sleep where a majority of the time it's completely silent would be a waste of space on the phone and can massively drain battery life. It sounds like a fun little app, and a good way to prove to my husband that he snores loudly, but it seems like without a voice activation function it might be a bit of a hassle.
Hi both, this app does have sound filtering, so basically if their is 85% where you weren't talking for 9 hours, it will put the 5 things it heard you say and only let you listen to them. It deletes the silent parts, so the recording will go on for just a few seconds where you were talking.
Sorry if I didn't explain clearly in that last comment. Just so people know when I said 5 things, I was using that as an example. It will record however many things it heard and delete the silence.