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Dream Moods Dream Dictionary

October 13, 2013 on 1:37 pm | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

Product Features

  • Over 5700 dream symbols you can either search or browse through. Large database includes modern day symbols you won’t find in most other dream dictionaries.
  • Save your key dream symbols to a calendar journal so you can easily keep track of what you dream about from day to day.
  • Built-in password-protected dream journal lets you type and/or voice record your dream.
  • Dynamic journal entries automatically link to key symbols in the dream dictionary for quick and easy interpretation.
  • Automatically keeps a history log of all the dream symbols you have looked at so you can easily refer back to them.
  • Integrated Twitter, Facebook, email and SMS function allows you to easily share dream symbols and meanings with others.

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  1. Easy, simple, great! Although I have not completely utilized this app I think that it is great so far. There is a journal option that you can choose to record through voice or writing and also has the option of it being password protected. The definitions are clear and easy to understand. It’s simple to use and it has a great range of interpretations. I have found most if not all the symbols in my dreams.

    Comment by Mai Xiong — October 13, 2013 #

  2. Have it for my iphone too I use to visit this website frequetly. I’m excited they now have this app it’s super easy to use and navigate!

    Comment by juicy j — October 13, 2013 #

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