iOS: iOS 10's packed with a ton of features, but one of the unsung heroes is the new Bedtime reminders. How-To Geek walks you through setting it up and getting the most out of it. To get to the bedtime alarm, just head into the Clock, then tap the Bedtime tab. Here, you'll be guided through picking a bedtime, setting up what time you want to wake, and then picking which days you want alarms to go off. The wake alarms are especially nice, since they slowly turn up in volume instead of starting at full blast like a normal alarm. You can then manually track your sleep habits, seeing about what time you're going to bed and when you're waking up each night. It's not as accurate as something like a Fitbit, but considering it's built into your phone, it's a lot cheaper. Head over to How-To Geek for the full guide to set it up.
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