Track your sleep related data and see your daily sleep score based on data collected by your Apple Watch. Sleep Details requires an Apple Watch with watchOS 8 or later installed. Sleep Details integrates with the Health app and uses data stored in the Health app. Key features: -Daily sleep score based on sleep duration and other relevant sleep related data -See details of the following sleep related data: Sleep stages and times, Activity while sleeping, Heart rate, Heart rate variability, Respiratory Rate (on devices running watchOS 8), Blood oxygen levels (SpO2 data is available only on Apple Watch series 6 or later devices), Wrist Temperature (only available on Apple Watch series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra devices ) -Privacy: We do not collect any data from your devices -Receive morning notifications with last nights sleep score and sleep duration -Rate your sleep. Your personal feeling based rating will also adjust your daily score -Tag your sleep with factors that possibly affected your sleep. For example if you feel that caffeine affected your sleep you can tap the caffeine icon to tag your sleep -Add Sleep Details as a complication on your watch faces -On your Apple Watch you can tap different metrics to see more details -Two week sleep score trend available on your iPhone. You can tap different days to see the sleep details of the selected day -On your iPhone you can tap different metrics to get a description of the selected metric -History view with your all-time averages and min/max values for all available sleep related data -After your free seven day trial has ended you can continue to use the app by purchasing monthly subscription or the "Lifetime access" in-app purchase. Purchases can also be made before the trial ends by tapping the trial end date.  -"Lifetime access" and monthly subscription purchases will also unlock the Sleep Details toolbar and comparison charts Terms of Use: How are different health metrics used to calculate your last nights sleep score? As an example your score will be lower if your last nights heart rate average is higher than your weekly resting heart rate average. In this case the heart rate ring will be colored red so you can easily spot which metrics are negatively affecting your score. If you have any questions we will happily help you: