5 Fun Dream Apps for iPhone2
Scientists still don’t know too much about the dream state. Nobody knows how to exactly make sense of dreams, but there are books and works that can help you get an idea what your dreams could be about. Dream apps for iPhone let you find out more about your dreams and keep track of them at all times. They may not be 100% scientific, but if you are clueless about a dream that you have had and want to get an idea what might mean, you should give these 5 dream apps a look:
Way of Dreams: a dictionary for your dreams. It lets you search through 3000+ terms to try and make sense of your dreams and nightmares. Works on iPad too.
In Your Dreams: has a dream journal feature that you can use to store your dreams. It also has an illustrated guide on dream symbols. It has a meditation aspect to it too.
Dreambook Pro: covers 6 of the most popular dream books around. It has over 14,000 items. It is a fast and user friendly dream app for iPhone and iPad.
uDream: an encyclopedia of dreams. If you are serious about doing some digging about your dreams, this application can help.
Dream Journal for iPhone: an intuitive dream tracker/logger for iPhone. This dream app is visually easy on the eyes and quite convenient to work with. It has a pass-code protection feature which is a plus.
What’s your favorite dream application for iPhone?
Intelligent, fun dream app from ex-NASA researchers: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dream-e-smart-drea…
Also included in this list should be Morpheus Dreams which really is the most comprehensive Dream journal and interpretation App on the iTunes.
The App allows you to easily record dreams, sync across devices, interpret as you write, and identify favorite or recurring themes and iamges. The dictionary has been composed de novo through a careful curation and recompilation of the most valuable dream interpretations published throughout history: from Artemidorus, to Freud, Jung, Hasse and selected others. Morpheus is the first and only App to offer a comprehensive and cohesive set of interpretations based on the foundational work in the field, not a simple rehash.
Finally, you’re never locked in as you’re always able to export your whole journal in text format and move on which makes the App worth investing the time. The $1.99 price is incredibly cheap for such a useful app to anyone interested in dreams, whether you use the journal or the dictionary alone