Author: CogSci Apps Corp

Luc Beaudoin and Colleagues Will Present Research Posters at the World Sleep Congress, September 2019

CogSci Apps co-founder and inventor of the cognitive shuffle, Dr. Luc P. Beaudoin, continues his collaborative research on sleep onset and insomnolence. He and his colleagues at Université Laval, Université de Montréal, and Concordia will present the following three posters

Francophone Sleep Lovers! Don’t Sleep in on Saturday: Tune into Radio-Canada to Hear Luc Beaudoin Interviewed about Sleep

Luc will be interviewed live on Radio-Canada (CBC Radio French), broadcast throughout Western Canada on Saturday morning at 8:25 AM Pacific. But if you do sleep in you can catch the interview later on podcast or the Radio-Canada website.

Updates: Japanese Pack and User Interface! Bug Fixes

We’re very pleased to announce the first public results of a longstanding project, which is to bring mySleepButton to the Japanese speaking world.

Testimonial: “this shuffle business does exactly what it says” (Penny in UK)

What an excellent app this is. I have come to rely on it, for sure. After years of using music, which has mixed success, this shuffle business does exactly what it says on the tin.

Testimonials from cheatshacks.org Jan 6, 2018

Testimonials from cheatshacks.org (2018-01-06) REVIEW The app works, like magic. Anytime I have trouble with my mind keeping me awake, this app is the cure. Support is great; I reported an issue on a version of Android and they were friendly and

Co-Founder Dr. Luc Beaudoin Will Present on Wearable Health Technologies at Engage Heart + Lung Health FEST 2018

CogSci Apps Corp. co-founder Dr. Luc Beaudoin accepted an invitation from The Institute for Heart + Lung Health (IHLH) to present on “wearables and their health value” at the 2018 “Engage Heart + Lung Health FEST”. This University of British

Using Wireless Speakers with Audio Apps to Keep Smartphones and Tablets out of the Bedroom

Many sleep experts recommend removing smartphones, tablets, computers and smartwatches from the bedroom. This is primarily because many adults and children cannot resist interacting with such devices if they are nearby. And even if these people don’t use the devices,

Announcing a Major Update to the Simple Things Pack of mySleepButton® for iOS

While we are very happy with the feedback we have received about mySleepButton, we continuously strive to improve the understanding of sleep onset and our techniques to promote sleep. This leads us to update mySleepButton packs. These updates are based

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Testimonial: “I downloaded your app and our lives changed for the better!”

No method for falling asleep, including serial diverse imagining, works for everyone. There’s always more R&D to do on this subject, and we keep on doing it. Stay tuned for some major, exciting developments about our R&D, including mySleepButton, in

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iOS 11 Sound Issues Crackling

As we have noted on our iPhone support page, ever since the introduction of iOS 11, some users report crackling sounds with some human voice packs when using audio apps, including mySleepButton. This affects some users who use human mySleepButton