Dreams, Your dream journal

Last modified
Thursday, April 23, 2020

Description of App

Dreams is an application that will help you track and analyze your dreams.

Your personal dream journal:
Make notes about your sleep patterns and the dreams you've had, including the characteristics and how well you remember them.

Analyze your dreams:
View important information and stats about your sleep and your dreams.

Identify recurring signs:
Signs are events, places, feelings, people or objects inside your dreams. This application will help you recognize the recurring ones allowing you to understand many things about your dreams. Signs are also very important for those who want to practice lucid dreaming.

Always with you:
Keep your dream journal in sync across all your devices.

Your dreams are safe:
Set a passcode or use Touch ID to keep your dreams safe from prying eyes.

Reality checks:
Are you a lucid dreamer? Get notifications to help you remember to do reality checks.

Automatically import information about your sleep into the Health app.



Free or Paid

Free With In-App Purchase

Apple Watch Support


Device(s) App Was Tested On


iOS Version


Accessibility Comments

The latest version of Dreams allows you to draw and add photos to your dreams. The background color picker's buttons are unlabeled and you have to turn VO off to draw, but other than that everything is as accessible as ever.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some minor accessibility issues with this app, but they are easy to deal with.

Other Comments

Still the best dream journal app on the market, been using it since i got it and loving it.

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2 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Zoe Victoria 1 week 1 day ago



Submitted by Misfit Angel on Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Just got this, it looks brilliant. But having some problems typing in signs. I'm typing in the return key to separate them, then pressing done. But when I go back to review my dreams, my signs just aren't there. Any suggestions?

Submitted by Zoe Victoria on Wednesday, June 5, 2019

In reply to by Misfit Angel

Yay a comment! I had a problem with them too at first. To enter a sign, you have to type in the sign and then start touching around just above the keyboard. You should see something that says something like +Add and then whatever you just typed. Double tap/split tap on that and the sign will be added. Once you've added signs, you'll also see suggestions for signs you've added while you type and can double tap those to add them to the dream.

Submitted by WellF on Wednesday, December 30, 2020

I've been dream journaling since 2015 on plain text files. Does this app would allow me to import these files and organize them?

You can write old dreams on the premium version. Long and boring work, but doable.
Are there any free alternatives which do the same thing? The signs tracking are particularly interesting for me.

Submitted by Zoe Victoria on Thursday, December 31, 2020

In reply to by WellF

I don’t think you have to pay for premium to be able to log old dreams. At least, those weren’t the features that unlocked when I purchased it. It could’ve changed since then.
On an even more plus side, the premium is a one time purchase and not a subscription. So I think if you really like the app, then it’s worth it

logging old dreams is a premium feature, and also logging sleeps without putting exact times. Being a one time purchase is very good, I don't like subscription payments.

Submitted by WellF on Tuesday, January 12, 2021

I've been using Dreams since the end of last month. The interface can be better tailored for voiceover use, but so far I'm very satisfied with it. So satisfied that I paid for the premium version this Sunday.

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