Here's a collection of the most popular, unusual and intriguing lucid dreaming app for iOS, Android and Windows. To get a detailed insight into the features and goals of these apps, I've invited the app developers themselves to give us a complete rundown.
The following app reviews aim to reveal how the latest smartphone technologies can potentially enhance your lucid dream life, with a range of dynamic features including reality check reminders, cloud dream journals, peronalized audio cues, expert lucidity tutorials, meditation sounds and programmable dream alarms. Technology is in no way essential to learning to lucid dreaming but for the tech-lovers among you - go wild.
Looking for a fun way to keep a dream journal? Want to use Reality checks, Wake back to bed, and other techniques to have lucid dreams? Oniri is the most complete app for lucid dreams, dream journaling, and dream interpretation.
Andreas Rudolph's Awoken app review for Android. Featuring reality checks, totem sounds and a cloud-based dream journal.
Matthew Silber's Lucid Dreamer app review for iOS and Android. Featuring binaural beats, reality checker, paralyzer, focalizer and dreamscapes.
Lucidity is a new free Android app by Christopher Benz. It supports several innovative features to help you record and analyze your dreams.
SHADOW is an iOS app that will help you record and remember your dreams. It will also create the world's biggest dream database for wide-scale analysis...
Simon Canning's CanLucidDream app review for Windows. Featuring pre-scripted lucid dreams plus text-to-speech and sound effects to program dream content.
Shane Curtis' free iOS app, featuring a fully functional dream journal and detailed Q&A section for your education and edification.