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Description

Rings a beautiful Tibetan Singing Bowl at a specified interval - or random intervals - throughout the day.

The sound of these beautiful bells can help bring you back to your true center - and back into the present moment.

Simply set the times that you want to hear the bell and tap Start. You can then exit the app and the bells will continue to ring throughout the scheduled time period.

A meditation timer using our lovely bells is also included to help you with your meditation practice.

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What’s New

Version 6.3.2

+ Dark Mode is now fully supported.
+ New Bell! It's called Mandira and it's a good one - we hope you enjoy it.
+ UI improvements and bug fixes.

Thank you for using Mindfulness Bell.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
5.6K Ratings

5.6K Ratings

palomnik ,

The Best One at the Best Price!

“I just sit by the river selling water” - saying of some Zen master.

The above phrase must have captured the imagination of a whole bunch of people who now sell mindfulness apps with ridiculous subscription prices. Those might be useful for beginners, but once you know how to meditate in a few different ways, you have it for life, and all you need is this app. This is the one to get for simplicity, but it is also highly configurable. For people who want to do the “Stop” exercise at random points, this one is also good.

The only improvement might be to connect the app to log meditation time to the Apple Health app, which has a mindfulness log function. Otherwise this one is perfect in its Zen simplicity.

recoveringmale ,

works, but...

This app works well enough for what it is. I grabbed it primarily because it was one of the few apps I could find that offered bells at random intervals; while these do work fine, I wish the app would actually display the correct number of remaining bells as they progress. Example: If you set it to ring randomly twice an hour, beginning at 10am and stopping at 9pm, it'll show a list of upcoming bells which all simply read '-random bell-', and shows the remaining bell count at 22. But as the bells begin to go off, this list remains unchanged, and the remaining bell count stays locked at 22. In other words, no indication of progress at all.
Again, this is a fairly minor issue considering they the app does what it's meant to do, but I wish they'd fix it so that the random bell times were actually displayed, and the remaining count kept accurate.

TooBusyByFar ,

Very useful

This is very useful. I have trouble with my hands and need to do dexterity exercises frequently. I have this set to ring every 15 minutes. It rings once only so if I’m doing something I can’t interrupt it is easy to ignore, but otherwise it is enough of a reminder to stop and do the finger stretches.

The free version is excellent, no obnoxious ads or anything. I finally decided to upgrade the bells just to support the app.

App Privacy

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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