This app features what they call dreamscapes, or mixes of music, voiceovers, and sound effects to help you doze off. Most notably, some of its dreamscapes are designed for power naps, so if you’re someone who has a hard time falling asleep quickly and conveniently during the day (or always wake up groggy after), Pzizz might be worth a shot.
Another solid option for anyone looking for sleep meditations, soundscapes, and adult bedtime stories. Slumber has a robust library—more than 150 episodes—and individual stories are customizable. Reviewers love how you can adjust the background noise of individual sleep stories to make them a perfect fit.
How we wake up is an important part of sleep too. Smart alarm clock app Sleep Cycle aims to analyze your sleep in order to wake you up at the best time—meaning during a light sleep phase so waking up feels as gentle and easy as possible.
Half smart alarm, half soundscape app, Sleep Time is for anyone who wants to make falling asleep and waking up a little easier. With its customized sleep reports, you can get insights about your habits (like how often you hit snooze and when).