A Counter App Designed Especially for Dharma Practitioners
✳️️ Japa counter: Count your Mantras and Dharanis ✳️️ Perfect for Vajrayana Ngondro, counting prostrations and circumambulations ✳️️ Count while walking or (careful, now!) driving ✳️️ Works well together with a traditional mala, or use it on its own. ✳️️ A great general purpose tally counter, but specially designed for japa and mantra recitation ✳️️ Big button, count without looking at the screen: the entire screen is the button ✳️️ Multiple nameable counters ✳️️ Add your own background photo to each counter ✳️️ Large easy-to-read display ✳️️ Sync to cloud—access your counters on other devices and the web ✳️️ Feedback: Optional click and/or vibrate on each count ✳️️ Mala Mode: Count rounds ✳️️ Editable history page ✳️️ Customizeable increment value ✳️️ Add any amount to count at any time ✳️️ Selectable click sound/volume ✳️️ Set a goal value and optionally reset, click and/or vibrate at end ✳️️ Name your counter ✳️️ Share counts by email
Why should I use MalaMode instead of a Mala?
Malas are great! MalaMode doesn't aim to replace your mala (although it can), but it can be a very useful adjunct, for example:
How do you keep track the number of mala rounds you do?
Write hash marks on a piece of paper? Enter each round in a spreadsheet? You use those little dangly things hanging off the end of your mala? Seriously! MalaMode can be set to increment by 108 each time you tap the button, or 100 or 21, or just leave it at 1 to count the number of rounds. Your choice.
Long mantras, dharanis or prayers
MalaMode makes it easier to keep track if you don't have enough time to complete an entire mala.
Circumambulations, prostrations, or whatever other physical activities you're doing while accumulating
Most likely it will be easier to handle your mobile phone than juggle a mala.
Forgot your mala?
Sorry about that, but guess what? You probably didn't forget your phone!