- Awake has a state-of-the-art optical recognition algorithm that detects and alerts the user when they start showing signs of fatigue.
- If the user has a paired Apple Watch, Awake will also detect when the user's heart rate falls into a dangerous fatigue zone. Vibration and sound will alert the user that they are starting to dose off.
- Awake uses two-factor detection, an optic algorithm from the iPhone, and heart rate detection from the Apple Watch to help keep the user awake.
Q) Will Awake guarantee that I wake up?
A) Awake can not guarantee it will wake you because there are too many situations that are not within our control. Loud music, medical conditions, device malfunction are just a few examples. We do feel the loud alerts and vibrating wrist (with the Apple Watch) greatly increases your safety.
Q) What if I do not have an Apple Watch?
A) You can still use Awake and the optic validation! The only feature you will not be able to access is the heart rate detection.
Q) Does Awake work in the dark?
A) Yes! Awake has a night mode button on the top right of the screen. When it is pressed it adds extra light to the screen so the iPhone can detect the user's eyes to keep them awake.
NOTE: Awake reads data only from the Apple Health app. No data is being sent outside of your device. Health app access is required.
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