Swiping to go to sleep with your phone is now part of the way you wake up in the future.
NBC News reports that Microsoft has created a new “smart sleep app” that allows you to wake up and swipe to go through a variety of different experiences while you’re asleep.
This feature has been tested by a small number of people, but Microsoft says it’s ready for wider use.
The new app works with many Microsoft services, including Windows, Office, Bing, Xbox, and more.
Microsoft says this new feature is available to all people between the ages of 16 and 49.
The app allows you swipe to get to your favorite apps, but you’ll have to be on Wi-Fi and connected to the internet to use it.
It’s available now in the Windows Store for $4.99.
Microsoft has said that it plans to launch this new smart sleep app for Windows 10 sometime in 2019.
For now, this feature is only available in the U.S. and Canada.