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What we published, and links of note

Here are the things we published this week and last, as well as some great link material. You can also stay up-to-date by following us on Twitter and RSS.

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The best Apple Watch app for tracking sleep »

The best Apple Watch app for tracking sleep

Even though Apple doesn’t offer it natively, sleep tracking has become one of the data points of interest to many users. Although it was possible to get a sense of your sleeping habits using just your iPhone and an app, the solution was not ideal as you are placing a loose $600+ device in your bed in hopes that you don’t knock it to the ground in your sleep and crack the screen.

With an Apple Watch, not only does it solve that fragile device problem, but it offers more valuable information during your sleep like being able to read your heart rate.

We’ve slept using many different sleep trackers for Apple Watch and think AutoSleep is the best.

Steve Cholette’s Mac, iPhone, and Watch setup »

Steve Cholette’s Mac, iPhone, and Watch setup

Steve Cholette is a full-time fire fighter and paramedic near Detroit, Michigan.

Want to share your setup?

We’d love to hear from you. Just fill out this form with some basic information and we’ll be in touch.

How to automate Day One entries using IFTTT »

There are many great reasons to create a journaling habit. And if you’re going to journal, we highly recommend Day One. (In fact, we even wrote the book on it.)

One of the main benefits of journaling is to remember what happened throughout the course of your day. Capturing small moments as they happen ensures you remember them with clarity in the future. But if this is difficult or cumbersome to do, then (if you’re like most people) you simply won’t do it. Fortunately, Day One makes logging important conversations, milestones, and special moments incredibly easy by allowing you to automatically create journal entries by connecting various services via IFTTT.

How to customize your AirPods on iOS »

AirPods have quickly become my favorite new Apple product in years. I absolutely love them! One of the great things about the AirPods is that they have several options and features built in that make them work almost like a wired set of EarPods. iOS gives you some options to customize these features.

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Our thanks to Marketcircle for sponsoring the site this week!