Version 1.0.1

  • The display background now moves subtly behind the song title and artist.
  • Fixed a bug where the iTunes volume would stay stuck to zero after using a fade-out combined with computer sleep when streaming to an Airport Express.

Version 1.0

  • The initial version of Sleepytime!

Version 1.1.1

New Features

  • Sleepytime can now display information about iTunes Radio streams in its visualization.

Bug Fixes

  • The alarm music list was empty if the computer was set to a language other than English.
  • Alarm validation could occur even if the alarm was disabled.
  • Other fixes and tweaks.

Version 1.1

New Features

  • A new fullscreen mode! You will find fullsceen mode in the View menu or you can press Command-F.
  • Sleepytime can now wake you up too! All-new alarm clock feature with snooze, music fade-in and Apple Remote support.

Bug Fixes

  • Sleepytime now prevents your computer from sleeping before your music stops playing. For example, you can have your music play for 40 minutes even if your computer is set to go to sleep after 15 minutes. No need to change your Energy Saver preferences.
  • Fixed a bug where sometimes the values would not be saved when quitting the app.

Technical Jibba Jabba

  • Refactored much of the code and reduced the amount of code by about 30% (excluding new features of course) (that's a very very good thing).

Version 1.1.2

Bug Fixes

  • The alarm music would not play if the computer was set to a language other than English.

Version 1.1.1

New Features

  • Sleepytime can now display information about iTunes Radio streams in its visualization.

Bug Fixes

  • The alarm music list was empty if the computer was set to a language other than English.
  • Alarm validation could occur even if the alarm was disabled.
  • Other fixes and tweaks.

Version 1.1

New Features

  • A new fullscreen mode! You will find fullsceen mode in the View menu or you can press Command-F.
  • Sleepytime can now wake you up too! All-new alarm clock feature with snooze, music fade-in and Apple Remote support.

Bug Fixes

  • Sleepytime now prevents your computer from sleeping before your music stops playing. For example, you can have your music play for 40 minutes even if your computer is set to go to sleep after 15 minutes. No need to change your Energy Saver preferences.
  • Fixed a bug where sometimes the values would not be saved when quitting the app.

Technical Jibba Jabba

  • Refactored much of the code and reduced the amount of code by about 30% (excluding new features of course) (that's a very very good thing).

Version 1.1

New Features

  • A new fullscreen mode! You will find fullsceen mode in the View menu or you can press Command-F.
  • Sleepytime can now wake you up too! All-new alarm clock feature with snooze, music fade-in and Apple Remote support.

Bug Fixes

  • Sleepytime now prevents your computer from sleeping before your music stops playing. For example, you can have your music play for 40 minutes even if your computer is set to go to sleep after 15 minutes. No need to change your Energy Saver preferences.
  • Fixed a bug where sometimes the values would not be saved when quitting the app.

Technical Jibba Jabba

  • Refactored much of the code and reduced the amount of code by about 30% (excluding new features of course) (that's a very very good thing).

Sleepytime 2, now available on the Mac App Store!

Sleepytime 2's main window

Hi there! Unfortunately Sleepytime 1 has reached the end of its life, but from its ashes rose Sleepytime 2!

Sleepytime 2 sells for 4.99$ on the Mac App Store. As a way to say thanks, all those of you who already donated will receive a free Sleepytime 2 licence! Simply send me an e-mail at fortinmike@irradiated.net using the same e-mail account that you used to make your donation (your PayPal address) and I'll contact you shortly with a promo code to download the app for free on the Mac App Store. Note that this promotion does not apply to those who donate after the release of Sleepytime 2.0 (because I won't have enough promo codes to give away).

Sleepytime 2 offers support for music players other than iTunes, text-to-speech, local weather, a player control bar and multiple custom fullscreen compositions along with the ability to create your own, use them in Sleepytime and share them with other users on the Sleepytime Compositions Gallery, and more. Take a look at all of Sleepytime 2's main features here.

This will be the last update for Sleepytime 1, unless a major bug needs fixing. Sleepytime 1 will remain available for free on Irradiated.net but future support may be limited.

Thanks so much for being a Sleepytime user! I hope you like version 2 as much as I do! :)

Click here to buy Sleepytime 2 on the Mac App Store

P.S.: To be able to install Sleepytime 2 from the Mac App Store you may have to trash your current version of Sleepytime beforehand.

Version 1.2

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a music-control bug in the alarm volume window.
  • Added a setting to control display sleep.
  • Added a preference to set iTunes' volume when quitting Sleepytime.

Other Changes

  • Tweaked status display in the main window.
  • Added the "Currently playing music" alarm source.
  • Various UI tweaks.

Version 2.0

New Features

  • Support for multiple music players.
  • Local weather with automatic location tracking, shown in an animated display.
  • Text-to-speech info on snooze.
  • A player control bar enables control of the active player.
  • Better Apple Remote support.
  • Multiple fullscreen compositions and the ability for you to create and submit your own.
  • New, cleaner user interface.

Version 2.1.1

  • Retina graphics & small UI refinements.
  • Added support for the Decibel music player by Sbooth.
  • More robust animations rendering, meaning even more stability.
  • Replaced local help with online help for more reliability and always up-to-date help pages.
  • Fixed: The app was displaying a wrong subtitle when a player wasn't running.
  • Fixed: computer actions (sleep, restart, shutdown, logout) were not working on Mountain Lion due to a change in the Mac OS X sandbox environment.
  • Fixed: The active music player was not detected when waking the computer from sleep.
  • Other small tweaks and bug fixes.

Version 2.1

  • Added a backup alarm in case the active player doesn't play its alarm music (ex: you are using Rdio and your Internet connection is down when the alarm starts).
  • Sleepytime can now shuffle your alarm playlist temporarily to make sure you wake up to a different song every day.
  • Better support for Rdio.
  • You can now tell Sleepytime to continue playing music when you get up instead of being forced to either snooze or stop the alarm music.
  • Fixed: Launch should now be *much* zippier!
  • Fixed: Sleepytime sometimes forgot the selected iTunes alarm playlist at launch.
  • Fixed: In some cases Sleepytime prevented shutdown by relaunching the active player.
  • Fixed: Wrong progress indication when using Rdio.
  • Fixed: Non-functional "Play" button when using Rdio.
  • Fixed: The volume slider sometimes displayed the wrong value.
  • Fixed: The alarm preview button appeared even if the alarm wasn't preview-able.
  • Fixed: The active fullscreen composition was reset when entering the Compositions preferences tab.
  • Fixed: Much less logging.
  • Note: Sleepytime is now 64-bit only.

Version 2.2

  • Retina graphics & small UI refinements.
  • Added support for the Decibel music player by Sbooth.
  • Replaced the "computer actions" feature with a brand new scripts runner on Mountain Lion and later. You can download a scripts pack from within the app to get the app to put your Mac to sleep and more when the music stops playing.
  • More robust animations rendering, meaning even more stability.
  • Replaced local help with online help for more reliability and always up-to-date help pages.
  • Added opt-in anonymous usage statistics.
  • Fixed: The app was displaying a wrong subtitle when a player wasn't running.
  • Fixed: computer actions (sleep, restart, shutdown, logout) were not working on Mountain Lion due to a change in the Mac OS X sandbox environment.
  • Fixed: The active music player was not detected when waking the computer from sleep.
  • Fixed: The preview alarm music button sometimes did not work after launching the app.
  • Other small tweaks and bug fixes.