LucidWeaver Lucid Dream Timer

LucidWeaver Lucid Dream Timer


Learn ancient shaman technique of lucid dreaming and travel the dream world with a sound induced lucid dreaming guide.

Use a dream cycle timer to catch your dreams and train lucid dreaming. What dreams will you weave tonight?

In a conscious lucid dream anything is possible. Set dream alarm sounds, like a beautiful Tibetan bell, so that you hear them at the peak of your sleep cycle. Improve your dream recall and lucid dreaming skills. Reality tests during day teach you to recognize a dream at night.

Includes a thorough step-by-step tutorial to lucid dreaming.

LucidWeaver is the world's first lucid dreaming app, available since 2006. It comes in six languages: English, German, French, Russian, Swedish and Finnish.

Recent changes:
Added label texts to main screen icons.
Added sound volume preview to settings.
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Installs
1,000+
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1
File size
1630 kb
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About LucidWeaver Lucid Dream Timer
Learn ancient shaman technique of lucid dreaming and travel the dream world with a sound induced lucid dreaming guide.

Use a dream cycle timer to catch your dreams and train lucid dreaming. What dreams will you weave tonight?

In a conscious lucid dream anything is possible. Set dream alarm sounds, like a beautiful Tibetan bell, so that you hear them at the peak of your sleep cycle. Improve your dream recall and lucid dreaming skills. Reality tests during day teach you to recognize a dream at night.

Includes a thorough step-by-step tutorial to lucid dreaming.

LucidWeaver is the world's first lucid dreaming app, available since 2006. It comes in six languages: English, German, French, Russian, Swedish and Finnish.

Recent changes:
Added label texts to main screen icons.
Added sound volume preview to settings.

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A Google User
Feb 19, 2014
Meh Meh
A Google User
Jan 7, 2014
Thieves! Why does an app like this need location, network and phone services? If you value your private data, stay away from apps like this.. Even if free, this app isn't worth the "money".. There are free, better alternatives out there.. And a developer who doesn't reply to reviews is a character shady enough to stay away from..
A Google User
Nov 12, 2013
No confidence in it You have to constantly reset it, you touch the back button or power button or anything and it seems to immediately forget your time settings. It keeps defaulting to an 8 am wake up , rendering it useless to me and such a delay for chimes I don't know if it's working
A Google User
May 28, 2012
Pretty neat Not exactly what I wanted but is still pretty good. I wanted a timer that would ring in 4-20 min intervals starting from say 5 am. This one would ring every 60-150 min from the time you switch it on before going to sleep having an option of additional 1-15 rings at the intervals of 1-30 mins after each 60-150 minutes. The good thing about it is that it shuts itself off every time so I don't have to move. The ringing volume and ring tones are pretty good. So what I do is I set up an ordinary alarm (using Lucid Weaver) for like 5 am, wake up, manually turn on the Dream part of the software to wake me up in 60 min (that's the minimum you can set it up for) and sound additional 10 rings at 8 minute intervals. No lucid dreaming so far but I've only tried it for a couple of days. Plus I don't get up at 5 and spend 45 minutes awake like they suggest. So all in all, not what I expected but is still a neat little software and can get the job done.
A Google User
May 28, 2012
Pretty neat Not exactly what I wanted but is still pretty good. I wanted a timer that would ring in 4-20 min intervals starting from say 5 am. This one would ring every 60-150 min from the time you switch it on before going to sleep having an option of additional 1-15 rings at the intervals of 1-30 mins after each 60-150 minutes. The good thing about it is that it shuts itself off every time so I don't have to move. The ringing volume and ring tones are pretty good. So what I do is I set up an ordinary alarm (using Lucid Weaver) for like 5 am, wake up, manually turn on the Dream part of the software to wake me up in 60 min (that's the minimum you can set it up for) and sound additional 10 rings at 8 minute intervals. No lucid dreaming so far but I've only tried it for a couple of days. Plus I don't get up at 5 and spend 45 minutes awake like they suggest. So all in all, not what I expected but is still a neat little software and can get the job done.