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ZenMinder – Yet Another Multiple Alarm App

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    Ronen Halevy
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    I use a multiple alarm app because there are some things I need to be reminded of that need immediate attention. I need something that will keep bugging me until I respnd. The calendar app is too easy to ignore.


    Ronen Halevy
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    zenminder Tashanna let me know about ZenMinder (featured on Rimarkable) which is yet another multiple alarm app for BlackBerry. In OS 4.6+ you can add multiple alarms for free in the calendar application but apps like these make it simpler. There is already BBSmart Alarms Pro ($4.99) and TinyAlarm ($5.99) which do more or less the same thing but now there is also ZenMinder.

    ZenMinder is on sale now for $4.99 until Sep 30 after which it jumps up to $8.99. I dont know why they think their app should command a premium but for now it is priced in line with the competition. I am curious how many people are using a 3rd party app for multiple reminders If so what app are you using? Do you have OS 4.6+?

    From the description:

    ZenMinder is a simple and elegant reminder and alarm application for BlackBerry smartphones that will remind you of the most important tasks and events in your daily life.
    Some situations where ZenMinder is used and helpful:

    • Multiple wake up calls in the morning
    • Reminds you to take your medicine
    • Get reminded to pick up the kids
    • Get reminded to water the flowers every second day
    • Get reminded to follow a new habit
    • Schedule important calls every few months
    • Set alarms to get up in the morning and set reminders to go to bed
    • Define a personal mission statement and remind yourself regularly

    With ZenMinder you can easily set multiple reminders for activities, tasks and other important issues and get reminded by your BlackBerry with a friendly reminder tone. The convenient repeater functionality allows to create recurring reminder that help you establish and maintain new routines and habits.


    • Simple and elegant user interface for a remarkable user experience
    • Set reminder at a certain date and define recurrences
    • Four available Zen reminder sounds
    • Possibility to play custom sound files from your BlackBerry
    • Unlimited number of reminders
    • Notification with vibration
    • Deactivation of reminders on weekends or manually
    • 12/24 hour time format
    • Optional auto-delete of expired reminder

    ZenMinder – Yet Another Multiple Alarm App


    teacher rey
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    same reason as Ed <img src="smileys/smile.gif" width="" height="" alt=":)" title=":)" class="bbcode_smiley" />‘ class=’’ />  I’m so yesterday when it comes to OS. got a pearl running on 4.2.1 and I have the free MyAlarm app.</p>

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    I have used MyAlarm and it’s great for something that’s free. The only problem with it is that it does not auto start when the OS boots. The recently released and free “startmeup” app fixes this. If this solution was available a year ago I wouldn’t have bothered buying bbsmart alarm. As it was, I think I got bbsmart pretty cheap during some promotion… but free is always better if it gets the job done <img src="smileys/smile.gif" width="" height="" alt=":-)" title=":-)" class="bbcode_smiley" />‘ class=’’ /> </p>

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