orb3000 · Aug 1, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Meditation Timer for WM

This timer, created by XDA member Toolmaker was specially made for those who regularly do meditation. Set the desired time and forget about everything. Timer will let you know with a soft relaxing tone when the previously set time has expired, so you can leave that activity and slowly return to every day world.
Created on a Rhodium, this application works on Windows Mobile devices running 6 and up with WVGA resolution.

Originally posted by Toolmaker
[APP] Meditation Timer [v0.1 alpha]

I recently picked up my habit of meditating again, and found it rather difficult to meditate for a while without losing track of time or reaching my intended quiet time.

Thus, I have developed MeditationTimer for this. A very simple 1 screen timer that allows you to set the number of minutes you wish to meditate and start it. When the sound option is selected it will play a sound after finishing and go back to the start screen.

Looking for some feedback on how the GUI works and scales on various phones, as it’s my first WM application ever. Developed on a HTC Touch Pro 2 running Windows Mobile 6.5


You can find more information in the application thread.


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