BUCKiTDREAM is the world’s first dream platform, which encourages its users to dream big and dream bold. It works as a cross between Facebook and Instagram, taking the community feel of the former and mixing it up with the aesthetics and layout of the latter. Only, BUCKiTDREAM only deals in dreams. Not dreams in the sense of teeth falling out, or going to school and realising you forgot your clothes; rather, this app is all about your dreams for the future.
The idea is you write them down and post them up on your profile, aiming to inspire others and let them know what your goals are. They can be long-term dreams or short-term dreams; it doesn’t matter, the point is to get them written down and posted up. It’s a lovely idea, and much needed in today’s cynically-inclined world. A lot of posts and essays on Facebook have been pretty heavy over the last twelve months, and rightly so in some cases; but BUCKiTDREAM provide the balm with the best kind of escapism.
Not that the app is conceited; it’s an intuitive, fluid piece of gear that’s simply focused on accentuating the positives. Recently, the app got some celebrity endorsement from one of America’s most popular talk show hosts, when it was featured on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. That will no doubt bring new legions of users to the app, which is great news for everybody who wants to share their dreams and engage with other people’s.