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    Default Random Alarm App?

    I'm looking for an app which can generate an alarm at random intervals between given time frames with at least X but no more than Y minutes between alarms; e.g., on one day between 7:00am and 7:00pm, generate an alarm at 7:36am, 9:03am, 11:47am, and so on.

    When I search, I'm finding apps that will generate random alarm tones, which isn't what I'm after at all.

    Any suggestions?
    - Sprint / Galaxy Note 2 user
    - Galaxy Note 10.1 user
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    That's probably an app idea that hasn't been thought of before. You are probably on to something. If I had the bread, I would invest in this app.

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    Among other things, I'd like to randomly remind myself to update my food log and to get up from my desk and walk around a bit.
    - Sprint / Galaxy Note 2 user
    - Galaxy Note 10.1 user
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    I have been looking for a similar app. Di you ever find one?

    Use: with time usage studies, the random timer would go off and you would record what you are doing.

    My wife, who is a psychologist would use it in a similar manner
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    I never did. I'm actually considering writing one.
    - Sprint / Galaxy Note 2 user
    - Galaxy Note 10.1 user
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    I am an Android developer and you can test if they work for your needs.

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    This app could help develop mindfulness as to serve as a random reminder to check into whatever is going on in the present moment. Our thoughts, emotions, reactions, etc. A way to start to break the identification with our habitual mind streams and states of being.
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    I use StayOnTask. It doesn't turn on and off on a schedule, so I use another app (DGT GTD / Toodledo) to remind me to open and close it.

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