INDIANAPOLIS, IN--(Marketwire - Jun 7, 2012) - Dreamt It (http://dreamt.it/), the simplest way to capture and share your dreams on your iPhone, launches today in the App Store (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dreamt-it/id529908732?mt=8).
The free app, created by Indianapolis-based start-up Remember, delivers a prompt to remind you to capture your dream, so you don't forget to remember. Then users can either voice record to automatically transcribe it into their phones or just type out their dreams. Once stored in users' Dreamt It profiles, they can share their dream with their social networks on Facebook or Twitter, and post it anonymously to Dreamt It's dream wall to see what others think of their dreams.
But why document your dreams? Well, Larry Page got the idea for Google in a dream. And fortunately for all of us, he remembered it enough to make something out of it. Most of us aren't so lucky -- dreams have a funny way of falling out of your head a couple minutes after you're awake.
Need another reason for remembering your dreams? Two of our most beloved story characters -- Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde -- were conceived in dreams. The concept of a sewing machine was also conceived in a dream. Talk about a useful invention.
"Dreams are a window to our subconscious, and they are pretty awesome," said Alex Billingsley, co-founder. "And who knows? Your dream tonight could be the next big idea of tomorrow."
Unlike other dream apps, the app does not run all night, the user simply sets up an alert - either silent or with tone -- so that they're reminded as soon as they wake up to record their dreams. The alert does not replace an alarm; users can set it up to appear minutes or hours before their alarm, for example.
Download Dreamt It for free in the App Store here:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dreamt-it/id529908732?mt=8. For more information, visit http://www.dreamt.it. Dreamt It is also on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DreamtIt) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/#!/dreamt_it).
About Dreamt It
Dreamt It is the second product of Remember LLC, an Indianapolis-based start-up that recently launched Remember.com, an open memory bank. Remember was founded in 2010 by Jason Becker and R. Brandon Sokol, friends who met at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Remember is funded by angel investors, including David Becker, founder of First Internet Bank, and Paweł Gromek, a European digital media executive.