Sleep Stats

capitalizing on the desire to improve sleep quality through gamification

From gamifying sleep to providing in-depth sleep analysis, brands are capitalizing on the desire to improve sleep quality. Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for our overall well-being, and sleep tracking apps and wearables have been around for a while to help us achieve that. Some simply reward more sleep by participating in a game while others provide detailed sleep scores. Here are a few ways to participate in the sleep tracking craze:


Sleepagotchi is a mobile app that helps users develop healthy sleep habits and improve their sleep score by playing a game. The app leverages gamification and scientific research to incentivize users to sleep better. Users can set their sleep goals and stick to their schedule to earn daily rewards and achievements for their sleep. The app also allows users to collect digital collectibles and discover new worlds with different themes. Sleepagotchi reports to have improved sleep for 60% of its users.


The Oura Ring is a smart ring that tracks your fitness, stress, sleep, and health. The device can track your overall sleep quality and breaks your total sleep time down into how long you spent in each phase of your sleep cycle. The ring also provides users with an Oura Sleep Score from 1-100 that indicates how well they slept. The score is based on a few factors such as time spent in each different sleep stage, body temperature and heart rate. It’s like having your own personal sleep coach on your finger!


Pokémon Sleep is a mobile game that turns snooze time into a fun adventure! The game tracks and records your sleep data, which affects gameplay. To start playing, simply place your smartphone next to your pillow and drift off to sleep. The longer you sleep, the higher your score will be in the morning. Nights of sleep will be classified as one of three sleep styles: dozing, snoozing, or slumbering. And in the morning, players are be greeted by Pokémon that sleep in similar ways.