Lotus
Lotus
4.1.1

5.0

Lotus free download for Mac

Lotus

4.1.1
17 January 2010

Timer for monitoring your daily meditation excercises.

Overview

Lotus is an unobtrusive timer for Mac OS X designed specifically for monitoring your daily meditation excercises. It provides a three-phase timed routine that can be completely customized. Use it for meditation, work-outs, or just as a regular schedule timer.

Lotus also comes with over a dozen high-quality sounds to customize your timer 'chimes' with, or you can select your favorite MP3 or custom sound file.

Designed for meditation timing but flexible enough to be used for just about anything.

What's new in Lotus

Version 4.1.1:
  • This update fixes a bug that occurred when resetting timers using custom sound files.>

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5 Lotus Reviews

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Moog-Modular
04 April 2009

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The developers don't know how to spell "exercise" correctly??? (incorrect spelling on their site too.)
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Version 2.0
Jrsearcher
02 April 2011
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Version 4.1.1
Thus-spake-z
12 November 2009
Lotus is a really beautifully designed meditation timer; it works exceedingly well. A nice selection of sound choices(shakuhachi is quite lovely and mellowing) and the new option to add the custom sound of one's choice is nifty(I've got six tibetan bowl .wav files to choose from). I would nice if the developer would allow more than one custom sound file to be added to the list of selections.
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Version 4.0.2
truthhurts
06 April 2009
You may want to reconsider the name; every time I see this show up I think it's something to do with Lotus Notes. A good case could be made for trademark infringement, if IBM was so inclined. Just FYI.
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Version 3.0
Moog-Modular
04 April 2009
The developers don't know how to spell "exercise" correctly??? (incorrect spelling on their site too.)
Like (2)
Version 2.0
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Jayrio10
Jayrio10
24 April 2009
The UK version seems to be exercise. I think it's just a cultural practice. For example, UK words that end in -our changed when brought to the US, and they now end in -or (e.g., colo[u]r, valo[u]r) :) J
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Version 3.0
Yoxi
Yoxi
30 July 2009
Actually, the -or etc. spellings that arrived in America were current in Britain at the time - it was the British English that frenchified their spellings later on :)
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Version 4.0.1
La-Ixieme
La-Ixieme
11 January 2011
Moog is right, albeit said in an uncalled-for way. Jayrio is wrong despite his cheerful response, however. "Excercise" is a misspelling in _any_ part of the English-speaking sphere, especially in the US, where the developer, Matt Reagan, hails from. (Oregon) According to the prescriptive OED, "-xc" spelling was only used in Middle English when spelling was still in a great state of flux, e.g., I rase fra ded til lyf, fra ydelnes til excercise in godis seruys. (1340) He may putte hem from excercise and occupacion of the Kinges service. (1432) Since the 1500s, the "-xc" has always been spelled simply as "-x". Sorry, it's indeed a typo. No getting around it.
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La-Ixieme
La-Ixieme
11 January 2011
prescriptive → descriptive (I don't mind OED to prescribe any rules, but rather just describe usage trends very comprehensively.) See, everyone makes typos. It's important to own up to 'em.  ;)
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La-Ixieme
La-Ixieme
11 January 2011
mind → find Goddarnit! Where's the Edit button on this thing‽
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Fyreflye
05 October 2008
Works nicely for me. Unlike Meditation Timer it allows you to set three distinct sections for your overall meditation period or excercize routine. It also has a few more choices for timer sounds.
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Version 1.0