Need vibrations Apple Watch
it is much muy easier and quiet to wake up with vibrations in most of the times for not disturbing others. it’s even more comestible and efficient most of the times i guess. so i suggest a variety of different options of vibrations, in my preference for the apple watch. with an option that make you sure that there will be no sounds that may disturb.
We’re excited to let you know that the latest major update of Pillow gives you the option to setup alarms using the haptic feedback (vibrations) on the Apple Watch.
To achieve this, we had to use a special background mode that does consume more battery during the night. If you wish to keep battery consumption to a bare minimum, you can you always turn off that feature from the Settings dialog in Pillow on the Apple Watch:
Open Pillow on the Apple Watch > Scroll down and tap on “Settings” > De-select: “Apple Watch Haptics”.
Our warmest wishes for a healthy and successful new year with Pillow!
john park commented
Yes, its true I am also feeling those things that you shared in here of the Apple watch but I have an issue when I access the iTunes account through apple id its shows like error 4013 and I am looking for the suggestion and support because I already visit a website.
Jennifer Patterson commented
Yes, I agree! This would be a great feature to have while wearing the Apple Watch. I would wake up much better with the watch vibration rather than my iPhone.
AdminNeybox (Admin, Neybox) commented
Hello! Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. Unfortunately enabling alarms with haptic feedback is not as simple as you describe. Without getting into too many technical details, we cannot ignore do not disturb and we don't control the device where the notifications will appear. This is controlled by iOS only, so scheduling a notification to appear multiple times is not a reliable solution for an alarm. We've spent endless hours trying to find a reliable solution and the only one we have so far consumes a significant amount of battery, that's why we initially rejected it. However, given the popularity of this feature, we felt obliged to ask the community of Pillow users for their opinion before making a final decision.
I’ve answere the survey, however there was no explanation why it would need 50% apple watch battery drain. Is that drain necessary if the only data for smart wake comes from the apple watch? If so, then I would happily forgo smart wake. I don’t understand why it just can’t send a haptic feedback notification at the alarm time, that has the ignore do not disturb option. And keep sending these notications until I have attended to my phone in the other room. There really is not the need for the complexity of the implementation here, at least from my limited understanding.
C’mon let’s get this going. It surely can’t be that difficult. We can deal with the battery issue.
As competitors have this feature, I will be using them, despite Pillow being a better app overall, I need this feature.
This would also benefit members of the deaf and hard of hearing community (like myself) who love the idea of sleep tracking but can’t use the alarm for obvious reasons. Please keep that in mind!
I wake up early 5:00 am n my wife wakes at 7:00.
Sometimes she can’t go back asleep because this stupid alarm.
I don’t believe they were saying to use other apps, just saying that other apps have made this possible even though your claim it’s impossible.
I was also disappointed to find that the alarm didn’t hit the watch at all. If another product can do it via complication, that would work. I have my original Apple Watch I use for sleep while new one charges overnight.
Even if I had just one watch, it’s easy to swap watch faces quickly to one with the necessary complication so alarm will hit the watch. Got my vote for enhancement!
+1. Use haptics on watch will be much better than alarm sound or vibration on iPhone.