Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2015 -- Available today, DreamMaze is a free global platform for users to record, creatively express, analyze and share the dreams they have while they are sleeping.
DreamMaze can be used to create a private dream journal for personal use and reflection and can also be used to connect with friends and other DreamMaze users and participate in the community, if desired. Users have the ability to set their privacy settings accordingly, for their entire profile as well as for individual posts.
Users are encouraged to illustrate their dreams, using searchable images from the DreamMaze dream symbol library, including images enhanced with the Google Deep Dream code. Users can also easily use their own images or videos to creatively express themselves. Users also have the ability to share other content such as links to articles on their personal profile pages and in the home page news feed.
Content uploaded onto DreamMaze can be instantly shared with other social networks including Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Newsvine and Reddit or simply via email. Users can also communicate with the DreamMaze community using the private message inbox and chat feature.
Dreaming is such an essential part of life. The average person has three to five dreams a night and each dream can range from a few seconds to approximately twenty minutes which can add up to hundreds of hours of dreaming each year. Unfortunately, many people forget their dreams when they wake up or don’t pay much attention to them.
Founded in Los Angeles, DreamMaze aims to foster an international community where users are encouraged to try to remember their dreams, record, illustrate and analyze them so that they can explore their own dreaming process and search for patterns within their dreams.
DreamMaze is now available on the Apple App Store and on Google Play. The website can be found at http://www.dream-maze.com.
Helga Douglas, DreamMaze, http://www.dream-maze.com, +1 (310) 383-8087, [email protected]