Want to control your dreams? Look no further than your smart phone! The lucid dreaming Monitor sleep when placed on your mattress and players settle voice reminders during dreaming helping you achieve lucidity. After a few nights it claims that you will have enough information to properly configure the app to deliver the reminders only when you’re dreaming. Don’t get too excited because it is currently in open data stage but according to its inventors, “the app is completely free and is built by a lucid dreamer for lucid dreamers.” Supposedly this app is different from other lucid dreaming apps because it tracks sleep through “actography” similar to the apps “sleep is a droid” or “smart alarm clock” except it uses activity information to play reminders for lucid dreaming helping you hear the reminders when you are most susceptible. They also claim this app makes it very easy to market dream, turn it into a lucid dream or wake you up so that you can remember it. Over the course of several days these marks will help you find when at night you are dreaming. It claims it only takes a few seconds to enter the market in a gesture. They claim that this app is smart and ready to use information from past nights to help you adjust the settings. Lastly this app has a comprehensive history feature. It’s loaded with information and history to help you mix and match up to seven grabs and see them on your computer.
Dream:On is another app claiming to help you influence your dreams. It claims that the instructions are easy to follow and asks some interesting final questions. You can turn on its geolocation aspect and it will send back to the researchers your location. “We are seeing if people dream about different things in different places.” If you participate in the worldwide “dream catcher” experiment the app lets you write notes about your dream experiences andshare them with the experimenter so that according to them, “they can sift through the data of participating sleepers and find ways to induce dreams we’d rather be having.” They claim geolocation also helps researchers to work out if people in different parts of the world tree about the same things are different things. The second question is even more exotic, “allow Dream:ON to use notifications. We notify you of a new dream. There is even a WIKI how description that details these instructions.
The last new app starts out very boldly. “Do you want to learn lucid dreaming? Awoken is the tool to do that.” This app boasts of the following features. It reminds you to analyze your surroundings so you can learn to check if you are dreaming through the aspect called reality checking. They also have something called “dream clues” which they claim to be low audio clues that can trigger your lucid dreaming by playing a special “totem sound” of your choice. They have a dream Journal also with optional pin dictation that has a silent notification ready each morning to start recollection of your dreams. This comes complete with a cloud backup! They also boast of having dream patterns in which those common words and themes from your Journal can be viewed in a list’s you can analyze your dreams better. Once you purchase this app you become an “Oneironaut” which they claim is an explorer of the dream worlds.
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