Dream Moods 1.1 Free for iOS: Ultimate, Easy-To-Use Dream Interpretation

Folsom, California – Dream Moods Inc. today introduces Dream Moods 1.1 for iOS, their pivotal app for the interpretation of dreams based on their popular DreamMoods website. The app features over 5,600 dream symbols for users to browse through or search, as well as a calendar with a built-in journal, allowing users to save their personal dream symbols and track dreams. Users may either type or voice record their dreams in the built-in journal. Dream Moods 1.1 also features Facebook, Twitter, email, and SMS connectivity, allowing users to share their dreams with family and friends.

Feature Highlights:
* Over 5,600 browsable and searchable dream symbols
* Modern symbols not found in other similar dictionaries
* Calendar journal saves user’s dreams
* Voice journal capabilities
* History log shows what symbols users have browsed
* Twitter, Facebook, email, and SMS capabilities
* Password option to keep dream diary private

Users simply tap the Search bar upon first opening Dream Moods in order to begin. Here, they can enter key qualities, people, or things they remember from their dreams. The application contains over 5,600 symbols, ranging from classic symbols like Weddings and Water to modern and obscure icons such as Air Freshener, iPods, or Key Chains. Dream Moods’ comprehensive list includes more dream symbols not present in other dream dictionaries, making it the leading app in true dream interpretation.

The app is easy to use with intuitive controls. Users simply use a finger to scroll through the thorough listings and tap on the symbol they want to explore further. A page with the description of that particular symbol will appear, as well as options for saving or sharing the symbol. If searching for a particular symbol, suggestions from the archive will appear for the user as he or she types.

Dream Moods features not only an extensive dictionary, but also a calendar with a built-in journal that allows users to track their dreams. For each day, users can save certain dream symbols as well record details of their own dreams by typing or by recording. This allows users to describe their dreams in the way that best suits their individual needs. Later, they can browse through their calendar to recall past dreams or search for a longer pattern in their dream sphere.

The application’s History tab shares all of the symbols the user has read about or browsed through so far, allowing users to easily find the symbols they searched for again if lost, or if they just want to revisit a topic. The Clear option allows users to renew their dream interpretation experience if they feel the history is too cluttered.

Facebook, Twitter, email, and SMS functions are all available with Dream Moods. Users may share and compare their dreams and interpretations with friends and family through these social networking sites. On the other hand, the application also features an optional password utility, so the users who would like to keep their dreams completely private may do so easily.

“Dream Moods offers the ultimate self-discovery,” says Michael Vigo of Dream Moods, Inc. “Jump into the exciting and enlightening world of dreams.”

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation), and iPad 1/2/3
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 14.9 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Dream Moods 1.1 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.

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Dream Moods 1.1
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Based in Fullerton, California, Dream Moods, Inc was founded by Anni Yan in 2001. The DreamMoods website debuted online in 2001 and has been a leading source for interpreting dreams on the web. They strive to help others understand their dreams. Copyright (C) 2012 Dream Moods, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.