Android Sleep API Tutorial: Getting Started

Learn how to use the Android Sleep API in your Kotlin apps to track when the user is asleep, awake, how long they slept, and the confidence of the results. By Roberto Orgiu.

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Where to Go From Here?

Now you know how to interact with the Android Sleep API and receive updates about the user’s sleep segments. You can download the final project using the download button below. To learn more about the Sleep API in the official documentation.

You might want to check more resources to improve the solution you just implemented.

First, check the Android Apprentice Book for a deep and complete understanding of how to create beautiful Android apps.

You could also check our tutorials for specific features you might want to implement, like storing the subscription status with a DataStore or using Room database to store the sleep events.

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