Posted by Tre Lawrence on July 15th, 2014 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
DreamsCloud, the interactive service that looks to help people analyze and reflect on their dreams, has announced its new iOS app DreamSphere.
The app has a host of features, including a Dream Journal which can be recorded via text or voice, a Dreams Map, which allows users to check their dream patterns against that of other users around the globe, a Smart Alarm, and more. There are also premium features that can be unlocked.
DreamsCloud co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer Jean Marc Emden talks about empowering users. “Dreams have such a significant impact on our overall health and wellness, and are the voice of our subconscious mind,” he says. “With the launch of DreamSphere, we wanted to create an app that provides users with a companion for daily wellness and self-reflection. By empowering our users to remember, process, decode and discuss their dreams on-the-go, DreamSphere will help individuals tap into critical insights and a better understanding of their waking lives.”
The app is now available for free (with aforementioned optional premium content) on the App Store.
Ever had a weird dream that you’ve struggled to understand? I’m pretty sure that most people have at some point in their life. While there’s mixed views as to whether dream analysis is truly accurate, it is fun to figure out just why we dream what we dream. Morpheus Dreams is an app that aims to make it all easier.
The app offers a dream dictionary with over 400 entries, each of which pertaining to a certain item or theme in a dream. Users can then use the dream journal part of the app to track what they dream and possibilities as to why they’re dreaming such things. The interpretation tool does a fun job of figuring it all out.
Morpheus Dreams bundles in sharing and sychronization options to ensure that the user’s dream journal is always at hand and safely stored. It should all prove to be a great source for tracking one’s sub-conscious as well as offering a slice of fun for those who just want to remember their dreams for a while to come.
Morpheus Dreams is available now for both iPhone and iPad. It’s priced at $1.99.
Dreaming is a uniquely human activity. Philosophers, thinkers and psychologists have long encouraged others to use the power of their dreams to become better people, solve their problems or even predict the future. Developer AppMania brings six of these “dream books” to a new universal app, using the writings of Sigmund Freud, Gustavus Miller, Nostradamus, Hasse and Bulgarian foreteller Vanga to help modern iOS users interpret and understand their own dreaming selves.
DreamBook allows interested users to search a large database, with a purported 11,000 different dream interpretation data points. In addition, developers allow users to submit dreams that are unable to be interpreted within the app – unfound dreams will be added to future updates after being interpreted.
The app includes Facebook and Twitter integration, for those inclined to share their innermost dreaming selves, as well as Retina Display graphics and support for iOS 3.1 through 4.3.
DreamBook is live in the App Store and available now for the low price of $0.99.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Posted January 24th, 2009 by Gary Lucero Our Rating: :: AVOID
Dreams & Lotto claims that you can "Write in your dream and the corresponding numbers will appear," but instead gives you a small list of words to choose from. You search for words and select them, which then adds numbers that correspond to the words to your "My lucky numbers" list. You can e-mail this list to others. And that's about it.
Out this Fall is a new kind of card battle game: Outcast Odyssey. From This Means WAR! developer Magic Pixel Games, and Bandai Namco, you’ll be able to explore and discover new worlds, fight various foes, and take on a number of quests. There’ll be guilds to join too, so you can tag along with […]