Lucid dreams simplified!

DreamZ is a revolutionary new app that allows you to Control your dreams using a method known as Lucid dreaming.

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Already working!
I have had this app for 1 night and I'm already remembering my dreams which I haven't been able to do in months! It's fun to wake up and record your dream and look at the stats of your sleeping. Great app so far!

Dec 31, 2012 by Weghgglm

This app is pretty amazing
I have no idea how it tracks REM as well as it does, but it really is excellent. Kudos.

Dec 16, 2012 by SA Roar

This app really works for lucid dreams on my first night I used it I had a brief moment when I realized I was dreaming but then I forgot get this app now if your want to lucid dream

Dec 14, 2012 by Dylan Packham

Controllable Dreams!!
At first I thought: ''This is fake and will never work'' but then I had my Lucid Dream on my 2nd attempt! I have no idea how this works even though it tells me, but it is so awesome!!

Nov 24, 2012 by Hellodbo

I was skeptical at first but very surprised when it worked. Works every time bery accurately to map sleep patterns.

Oct 7, 2012 by Fer6y

Super cool dudes! I so so so so wanted to learn how to do this for like EVER! Guys I am a real person saying that I really live this flippin app!

Oct 20, 2012 by RoyG.Biv

Beautiful app!
I think it has one of the best user interfaces i saw. Very clear and intuitive. Going to try it tonight and i really hope it's as good as it looks.

Oct 11, 2012 by VictoryZZZ

Top Job
It worked for me, and i barely dreamt to begin with. Just took some patience.

Sep 6, 2012 by Buttonmashjsuxbdbissbzx

Your app made my life better.
Dreaming is my favorite pastime. This is such a great app, achieved me much lucidity. Would love an update where the app wakes you up directly after each dream. That way I remember all of my lucid dreams each night!!Big thanks to the developers. This app made my day, week, month, life :)

Aug 7, 2012 by Jazkio

I think this app is great in so many ways my brother has this app too and he said he has lucid dreams all the time now. I Have not had a lucid dream yet but I am sure I will

Jul 24, 2012 by Muffinhugger

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Flying while lucid dreaming

If you must sleep through a third of your life, why should you sleep through your dreams, too?

Stephen LaBerge

What are lucid dreams?

Ordinarily, we experience our dreams as if they are reality, and it’s only after we are awaken that we recognize them as dreams. However, sometimes we are explicitly conscious of the fact that we are dreaming, and this phenomenon is termed lucid dreaming. The definition of the term is simply dreaming while knowing you’re doing so, and having a degree of control while dreaming.

Lucid dreaming is the conscious stirring inside an unconscious dream world, the most significant part of it is that the dream is perceived as reality. However, lucid dreams are more vivid and tangible than real life itself, as if it puts everything in focus. Each of us dreams every night, therefore in theory, each holds the capacity of learning to dream lucidly.

The benefits of lucid dreaming

How many of us have the opportunity to taste even a hint of our fantasies and dreams? Lucidity offers an access to wondrous worlds, richly detailed and impressive as reality itself, if not enhanced.In your lucid dream state you can rehearse real life events and encounters, re-live childhood memories, find solutions for critical questions and salve real life problems and dilemmas.

These worlds we create are so convincingly real to such an extent that we can hardly tell them apart from waking life. Once we become lucid we have total freedom, the possibilities of the virtual dream world are limitless, and not only does it benefit you while dreaming, it also makes you become more self aware in your daily life through meditation.

A dream to remember

The first and most basic gateway to lucid dreaming is remembering your dreams. It happens quite often that we wake up feeling as if we haven’t dreamt during our sleep at all, or even if we know we have, we can’t remember the slightest bit from its content and it seems just like a big foggy cloud of delirium. The main reason for this is undeveloped recall. For some people remembering dreams comes naturally, and for others it takes more training, just like many other things in life.

The best way to remember your dreams is to keep a pen and journal by your bed and a small light lamp. The idea is that you don’t have obstacles on your way that prevent you from writing your dreams immediately upon waking from them. DreamZ simply this by allowing you to write down your memories inside the app as soon as you wake up. You can also simply record yourself talking about the dream to speed things up.


About Us

DreamZ was founded in 2011 by Adam Siton and Einat Volach. Having his first lucid dream only a few years ago, Adam got fascinated with the idea of controlling his dreams. After learning about the subject he realized that there are a lot of ways to practice lucid dreaming - and that he's not good at any of them. So he decided to use what he's best of, technology, to help regular people become lucid dreamers.
Einat and Adam decided to build the most efficient, simple and cheap way to become lucid, and with the help of the talented designer Adi Abramovich - they created DreamZ.

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Sleep Cycles Detection

DreamZ monitors your sleep patterns and recognize your biological sleep cycles, separating light sleep, deep sleep and REM sleep - the phase in your sleep in which dreams occur.

Dream Audio Triggers

DreamZ has more than 50 audio "cues" specially optimized to blend into your dreams without waking you up - allowing you to become lucid.

Light & Color Triggers

A new feature - Choose a light trigger that will play a series of flashing lights and colors when you enter a dream. It's a whole new way of lucid dreaming.

Record Triggers

Experiment with audio dream trigger by recording your very own "message" to your self. Hearing your own voice in a dream is one of the best ways to become lucid

Dream Log

Write down your dreams in a special journal AS SOON AS you wake up. This is the best way to remember your dreams. You can even record yourself instead of wasting time typing.


Watch details statistics and graph display of your sleep cycles during the night - analyze and improve your sleep and dreaming.


Version 1.5

Released on March 13th, 2012
  • New Special Light dream triggers - a new way to get lucid
  • New iOS6 and iPhone 5 support
  • Fix Bug fixes and UI improvments

Version 1.4.5

Released on August 18th, 2012
  • Fix Calibration bug fix

Version 1.4

Released on August 15th, 2012
  • New Password protect feature to the dream journal
  • New Added the option to manually adjust the motion detection sensitivity
  • fix Minor bug fixes

Version 1.3

Released on June 16th, 2012
  • Fix Minor bug fixes and UI improvements

Version 1.2

Released on June 1st, 2012
  • New A lot more free dream sounds
  • New Premium dream sounds collections
  • New Added localization for Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Swedish
  • New Improved feedback page
  • Fix Bug fixes and improvements

Version 1.1

Released on Febuary 22th, 2012
  • New Added support for choosing songs from the iPod as dream audio cues
  • New Added the option to mark a dream as lucid
  • New Improved sleep analyzer and calibration algorithms
  • Fix Bugs fixes and UI improvements

Version 1.0

Released on November 29th, 2011
  • New Initial release for iOS



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  • Q. What are the requirements for using this app?

    DreamZ support the following devices:

    * iPhone - all models
    * iPad - all models
    * iPod - Only iPod touch 4G and above

    DreamZ also requires a iOS 5 or higher

  • Q. How does the app know that I am dreaming?

    DreamZ is able to identify the specific sleep stage you are in by using a method called Actigraphy .Actigraphy is a non-invasive method of monitoring human sleep cycles. It is based on the fact that we move slightly different during each of the sleep phases during the night. DreamZ records you body movement and calculate the exact stage you are in at any second. Therefore it can detect your REM stage and play the audio cue on time.

  • Q. My sleep graph shows a "Flat line", even though it was next to me on the mattress?

    A flat line graph means that no activity data was collected. The most common cause for this is locking the iPhone's screen, or moving the app to the background. Make sure you do not move the app to the background, and do not lock the screen when you go to sleep.

  • Q.Do I have to charge the iPhone all night long?

    Keeping the iPhone connected to the charger is not mandatory but highly recommended. DreamZ usually takes up about 30% of the devices battery during a common night, but this number can vary on different devices. You can try running DreamZ without a charger connected, but we recommend that on the first try you will have a different alarm clock as a backup, in case the phone's battery runs out during the night

  • Q.Does DreamZ work when two people share a bed?

    The short answer is yes. DreamZ learning algorithm uses the first two nights to calibrate the app. It is able to detect that two people sleep in the same bed, and filter out the other person's movements. However, there are some scenarios, mainly on very soft mattresses, or in cases where one of the partners weight considerably more than the other, that the algorithm can't separate the movements. We are constantly working on improving the learning algorithm, so these scenarios are very rare

  • Q.If 2 people are sharing a bed, won't the audio cues played during the night wake up my partner?

    Since the iPhone is located very close to your ears, you hear the audio cue in a much higher volume than your partner. Unless your partner is an extremely light sleeper, the audio cue should not bother him more than light snoring does.

  • Q.How to calibrate DreamZ so it will be accurate?

    For most of the cases, DreamZ will be accurate at first attempt. In some cases, you will need to adjust it to your specific conditions. It has many reasons, like the kind of the mattress, the position you place the device and more. If this is the case try use the calibration feature in the settings, and try not to mess with it too much so it won’t get mixed signals. If you think DreamZ’s performances of the sleep graph are still not accurate, use the app for a few nights without the dream sound, so it will have enough information about your sleep and get more accurate.

  • Q.How can I know how many times the audio cue was played during the night?

    Basically, the audio cue is played each time you enter an REM stage, so you can see how many times the audio cue was played in the history tab - just look at the number of dreams you had. You can also see at what hours the audio cue was played using the detailed graph.

  • Q.I can hear the audio cue and it wakes me up, why is that?

    This means that the audio cue is not optimized - The purpose of the audio cue is not to wake you up completely but to "blend" into your dream. Some sounds however tend to wake us up immediately, even in a very low volume (i.e. hearing your name being called). Maybe the audio cue you are using is causing you to wake up immediately. The volume of the dream audio cue is indeed one of the major issues, since it depends a lot on how deep the user sleeps.

  • Q.It seems that my sleeping graph is not acurate, How come?

    DreamZ algorithm is based on the typical sleep behavior, that fits the majority of the population. Some people simply have a very different sleep behavior that messes up our calculations. We are constantly working on improving our algorithm to handle various sleep behaviors, but it's a very long process.

  • Q.I usually turn my phone on silent when i go to bed. Will the audio cues still be heared if I'll do so with the app?

    Both the dream audio cue and the alarm sounds are played when the phone is in silent mode, so you can use the app freely.

  • Q.I’ve been using DreamZ for a few nights now, and I still have not experienced a lucid dream. Is it possible that it doesn’t work for me? When should I expect a lucid dream?

    It's ok that you haven't had a lucid dream yet - these things take a little time, and it is very individual. There are some of us that can have multiple lucid dreams a night, and some that have never experienced it. If you want to improve your chances of having a lucid dream, start practicing reality checks (you can find information on our site) and keep writing your dreams in the dream log. It is common to say that these actions will eventually train your mind into lucidity and dream recall. We hope that you will have one very soon.