Once you’ve set up your Sleep, it lets you track your snoring without requiring any third party app or action on your part. All you have to do is lay in bed: it will do the rest on its own.
Sleep has a sound sensor that detects sounds corresponding to snoring. As snoring detection is based on sound crossed with respiratory patterns, Sleep can thus distinguish your snoring from the snoring of your partner and focuses only on your own snoring.
Note that Sleep does not keep any recording, it just detects if there was snoring or not, and stores the information throughout the night. You can deactivate the sound sensor in the settings of the Withings App. Click here for more information.
You can retrieve your snoring measurements collected by your Sleep in the Home or Measure tabs in the Withings App.
Your average snoring value is displayed at the bottom of your sleep graph. Tap on Snoring to see the details of your night.
- Sleep does not store any audio recordings.
- Starting firmware 1871, you need to activate the snoring detection to have breathing disturbances data. To do so, go to Devices > Sleep > More settings > Sound sensor.