DreamCatcher Project App Review

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DreamCatcher Project App Review

The following review of DreamCatcher Project is written by the developer, Jesse Frye.

Keeping a dream journal is an important step in learning how to lucid dream.

Lucid dreamers need to be able to remember their dreams often in order to consciously interact with them. When waking up from a dream there is a short period of time before our waking mind takes over, so most of us have a short window to log our dreams before the details are lost forever.

With traditional dream journal methods you might grab your glasses, turn on a lamp, open your journal and start hand writing your dreams. This method is perfectly valid and has worked for years but I'd like to introduce you to a simpler method that might help you increase your dream recall and expand your dream journal.

The DreamCatcher App

The DreamCatcher Project is an iOS app whose goal is to simplify the way you record your dreams. The app lets you set an alarm that will wake you with a pleasant sound and a notification reminding you to record your dream.

When you open the app you can click the microphone icon and simply speak your dream into your phone and the app will transcribe it to text, then you can fall back asleep and attempt a lucid dream or start your day.

Being able to use your phone with your voice instead of a pen and paper should help you remember more of your dream. Having a notification that wakes you up and immediately reminds you to log your dream should also help you log more dreams.

Altogether we think this makes for a pretty helpful dreaming app and suggest you give it a try and let us know what your experiences are.

Download DreamCatcher Project on iOS

About The Author

About The Author

Rebecca Casale is a lucid dreamer and a science writer with a special interest in biology and the brain. She is the founder of World of Lucid Dreaming and Science Me.