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Is the Snorelab App the Answer to a Good Nights Sleep?

August 15, 2013


Many a relationship has been spoilt by a snoring partner, and it was with this thought in mind that entrepreneur Jules Goldberg decided to look for a solution to his snoring after repeatedly being chastised by his wife for keeping her awake. At first Jules Goldberg found it frustrating that there simply were no Apps available to help him assess the extent of his problem. He also had no luck in his attempts to record his snoring on his iPhone. this prompted him to learn how to program, and by October 2012 he had built a fully working app he called Snorelab.

How does Snorelab work?

The Snorelab App uses proprietary soundwave technology created by Jules Goldberg to measure and analyse a person’s snoring. It then assigns a unique Snore Score to the persons nocturnal warblings. This can then be used over a number of nights to compare snoring over a period of time. This allows one to test the effectiveness of snoring remedies and measure the impact of alcohol, smoking, rich foods, baths and yes even caffeine.  

The Proof is in the Downloads... 

With more than 12,000 downloads at the time of writing, the Snorelab app has been immensely popular. Currently there are also over 1,000 users who use it every night. 
Do you or your partner suffer from snoring? Then why not try out the Snorelabs app and let us know if it has helped you. You can download it or find out more about it here.


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