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The World’s Most Advanced Sleep Technology, Pzizz, Is Now On Android

Fresh on the Android Market is pzizz – proclaimed to be the world’s most advanced sleep technology, helping you take advantage of your power nap time, and also fall asleep at night much easier. Complete with a never ending array of soothing music and calm voices pzizz is aimed at reducing your stress levels and helping you just simply, relax.

Sometimes during the day I don’t have time to think about things besides Android, so when I lay in bed my mind is just full of all the other things in life. Girlfriend, bills, what I had for dinner that night, so falling asleep isn’t as easy as I would like and I find myself just lying awake for an hour.  Pzizz has special pricing available for the program until the first of July, available for just $5, but will then moving to $10 after the end of the month. If you were thinking of trying this out, now is definitely the time.  

Anyone else here have trouble falling asleep at night?

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  • Anonymous

    This app works really well for me. I have actually been taking 2 naps during the workday for about 10-15 minutes each. I could never fall asleep that quickly, let alone sleep and then wake up. I have only used it at night a few times, but so far this has been well worth the money. 

    I use it with noise canceling earbuds, which has worked really well.

  • Marshall Kincaid

    Well please let us know how this application works. Once I purchased a gadget from internet (most probably an indian product) which was supposed to help me in sleep. When it arrived, it anly produced very slow piano music. Right now many people are developing quite useless applications for mobiles. I would be happy if we could get some useful applications also. Like people need mobiles that are compatible with voip services (provided by axvoice, packet8 etc.)

  • Marshall Kincaid

    Well please let us know how this application works. Once I purchased a gadget from internet (most probably an indian product) which was supposed to help me in sleep. When it arrived, it anly produced very slow piano music. Right now many people are developing quite useless applications for mobiles. I would be happy if we could get some useful applications also. Like people need mobiles that are compatible with voip services (provided by axvoice, packet8 etc.)

  • Anonymous

    Good news guys. It works. I got sleepy last night, started the app, and fell asleep(go figure).

    Bad news, I’m pretty sure that my mind has been reprogrammed to assassinate the president. 8(

  • CxanDroid

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  • Cole

    I, for one, have a handful of both Android and iOS apps that are meant to help with sleep, as well as bookmarked Youtube videos. My insomnia has never been my friend so I switch off between meditative audio and white-noise type apps. It doesn’t always help me sleep but usually helps me relax which is something at least. Although ,according to all these guys, I should be investing in drugs or alcohol. Woo.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll give this a try tonight, I usually keep the TV on but that ends up keeping me awake half the time because I’m listening to it.

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  • Anonymous

    The idea is sound..but the kicker is that its like the diet problem. eating a better diet will only help so much ..if you want the full benefit you need to exercise.

    This will help SOME in getting to sleep faster…but its your pre-bedtime routine that will do the most good and if you get that down, you dont need this app.
    Dont eat a few hours before bed. Dont consume caffeine just before. Read and dont watch tv. etc..etc…

  • Rizzidy

    Obvious sponsor.  

  • Rizzidy

    Obvious sponsor.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/nulton.2 Matt Nulton

    Best way to test this app? 
    1. Be wide awake
    2. Download on Market
    3. If it doesn’t put you to sleep in 14 minutes it sure isn’t worth 5 bucks, uninstall and refund.

    If it works you won’t be able to refund cause you’ll be asleep. Tricky tricky

    • Inkster09

      Lmao haha

  • Mr.Joe

    Please make free Amazon :cuteface:

    • http://www.droid-life.com Tim-o-tato

      Awww 

    • http://www.droid-life.com Tim-o-tato

      Awww 

  • Anonymous

    i think i’ll stick to weed for now.  It may be a bit more expensive but it gets the job done :P

    works great for hang overs too

    • Anonymous

      A dude sporting the name “Higher_Ground” makes a comment about weed. Nice.

      EDIT: I’m not judging. I’m applauding.

    • Droidzzz

      It also makes sex feel better some how, making it a double whammy.  I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to stay awake after sweet release.

    • Droidzzz

      It also makes sex feel better some how, making it a double whammy.  I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to stay awake after sweet release.

    • Anonymous

      I second that!

  • Beka27

    $10 full price?!  

    For that price, it better call my boss in the morning and tell him I’m gonna be late.

  • Anonymous

    Alright Tim-o-tato, no BS, did you try it and does it work. Bottom line. I’ve used a CD that sounds very simular and it was amazing since I usually have to use Ambien to get more than two hrs of sleep at a time. So I am always up for something that works, not just sounds good. 

    • Cliwat

      I have used this app for about 2 years on my ipod…it works flawlessly, is pretty customisable…and surprisingly i get better quality sleep when using it…you do need some headphones that wont wake you up cause they are sticking out your ear to far…i use small sony microbuds…i can lay on my side and dont feel them .

      • Anonymous

        Might just have to give it a try then.  Thx!

  • ViciousKing1914

    I’m sorry, I thought my phone already came with an Alarm and a music app…$5 to attempt to put me to sleep? I’ll pass

    • Cliwat

      the timer is to turn it off..so it doesnt kill your battery …not ana alarm in the alarm sense…or at least the ipod version works that way.

  • Sonicmax

    I keep reading “pzizz” as “pizza”

    Yes, Pizza is the most advanced sleep technology

    • Granted

      I just figured there marketing guy had a seizure on the phone when they asked him what they should call their new sleep aid app. “What should we call it Bob!?” .” Gfdeeeddz! Pzizz! Ahhgabavadashit” Pzizz!” “Sounds good Bob, Pzizz is real catchy, we’ll go with that!”

      • Granted

        That or they asked some ebonic speaking moron what they should could call it…” Yo man stop axing me qwestchuns i gotta takez a pzizz!” “Ahh that’s hip he said Pzizz, it must mean sleep aid in his language!”

  • Anonymous

    SWEET!  I’ve been using this program on my PC, it is amazing.  Wonder if it’ll show up on Amazon’s free app of the day.

  • The Observer

    Whatever happened to the good old days when people just drank themselves to sleep? Now we have apps for tgat? No, thanks. I’ll stick to what works and pour myself another scotch.

    • Dr.Joe

      Please continue!

    • Bad4u6669

      pour me a double!

    • Anonymous

      I like to hang out with Mary Jane every night before I go to bed :D

  • http://twitter.com/Payaso_113 Nightmares

    5 DOLLARS?!?!?!?!

    • Brandonv Gillis

      ^^ Exactly what keeps developers hesitant about the Android platform.

      Never EVER complain about the price of an app, a lot of hard work and time went into it. If you don’t like the price, don’t buy it….. you go through the same process with everything else you purchase.

      • Newslet

        “Never EVER complain about the price of an app, a lot of hard work and time went into it.”

        We’ll complain about a price if we want to.  Who the hell are you to tell us otherwise?  If a product is good enough, people will pay the price, if not, that means it’s priced too high and we’ll complain.

      • Rizzidy

        Go fuckyourself.  We are going to complain all we want.  That is the essence of freedom.  

        Don’t like freedom?  Go back to Apple.

      • Droidlife

        Never EVER tell a nerd what not to complain about, we will never listen and will likely unleash nerd rage on you.

        • Brandonv Gillis

          I really hope people understand how bad this attitude is for the future of Android. I have met 3 different mobile application developers who claim they have given up on Android development because they can’t sell their apps. They claim, and are apparently correct, that Android users want all their apps to be free.

          There is a word for people who want everything to be given to them….. hobo….. or bum. Would you develop apps for people who complained when it costs $5?

          • riztadory

            Understand what you’re saying, so in that case, if a dev is gonna charge 5-10 bucks for the app then have a demo version so we can try it, most .99 cent apps have “trial” why not this.  If there was a demo I’d try it, but I already have a music player to help me sleep and I pick my own music so…if market hadnt screwed up with the 15 minute return period, well different story.

  • )v(urphy

    Here’s a novel idea: Turn your phone off.

    • http://profiles.google.com/gonnadie4thegov Jeremy Wray

      i don’t think you understand how the app works

      • Cliwat

        It kind works like a hypnosis session, calming voice and music and white noise sounds to help you sleep, and IT WORKS been using it for a long time on my ipod. the whole point is to change your behaviors so that you follow a specific routing before going to sleep if you have sleep issues. I would recommend it 110%

      • )v(urphy

        I understand how it works. I’m saying if you want sleep…turn your phone off. :0)

    • Slllllyyy

      Reread the article.
      I thought this was something that turns your phone into sleep mode, too at first.

  • http://twitter.com/gardobus Juan

    TIm, I am always a little bit disappointed when there are no pics or mentions of your cat in your articles.

    • http://www.droid-life.com Tim-o-tato

      Oh no! I’ll have to step my game up. :P

  • Anonymous

    I think it might be nice to program in the length of my daily ride on the train, but I’m not gonna pay unless I know what it sounds like first. Even a brief preview would be nice.

    I scoured the net yesterday to find any kind of a sample, and found nothing except more videos extolling the virtues of this product (and which contain no samples either). It makes me very suspicious.

    • http://profiles.google.com/sayersj629 Joshua Sayers

      Amazon app store…test drive it.

  • Anonymous

    Nice…I’m pretty much a night owl and can’t get to sleep before 3am most nights, but when I have to wake up early for work, this sweet little app may be just the ticket I’ve been looking for.

    Thanks for the heads up!

  • Anonymous

    This seems like it should be sold on TV with the snuggie and sham-wow

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      • Bad4u6669

        ^this made me lol

  • Anonymous

    I have used this with my Zune before and it seemed to work pretty well.  It is quite soothing.  I will be giving it another go for only $5!

    • Adcit99

      Wow another Zune user. Thought I was the only one who owned one.

      • Anonymous

        Dude, I loves me my Zune – battery for days, just the right size… plus I don’t have to use that gawd awful music program that starts with an i – not to mention the ability to wirelessly sync!

        It’s a shame Microsoft gave up on the Zune ;(

      • http://profiles.google.com/majorcovert Dane Carpenter

         You’re not alone. I’m still sporting the 80gig. I still can’t break away with using my phone as a Media Player. Using the Zune for a 45min drive to work and back keeps me from draining my phone’s battery. Plus I can’t get all my music on my 32gig SD card.

      • http://twitter.com/ricks48038 Rick Socha

        no, there’s lots of smart folks like us out there, that didn’t want to dump our wallets into Apple’s coffers…

  • Anonymous

    It’s not addictive? Thanks for the clarification, I was worried I’d get addicted to calming music

  • Sapan Dhora

    I just use the timer for my power naps. If your at a point where your taking power naps you don’t need music to fall asleep lol

  • Anonymous

    Droid Does…watch you sleep. Oh, and it knows when your awake 

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      • Anonymous

        the gingerbread thing is starting to make sense…