Luke Ryan Jernejcic

Press Release: Chime Squirrel 3.0 Released

October 13, 2013

Chime Squirrel 3.0 available on the Apple App Store

An app geared towards productivity by providing non-obtrusive, recurring alarms

CALIFORNIA — October 13th, 2013 — Available today, Chime Squirrel is a utility app that provides recurring alarms to users to alert them to change tasks. It allows them to better focus more on the task at hand and push future tasks to the back of their mind.
Chime Squirrel Logo

With a focus on productivity, the key feature is speed. Users can get in and very quickly setup their recurring alarm (a.k.a. chime) and get back to their task. Chime Squirrel tries to stay out of the way so the user can place their focus on more important things.There are two main areas of Chime Squirrel, both easily accessible from the slide out menu on the left side of the app. The first is the Quick Chime, where the user sets how long into the future the user wants the chime to sound and then enters how long they want to the chime to repeat. The second are Interval Chimes and allows users to set multiple interval lengths and repeat the set of intervals for either a specific amount of time or repeat for a set number of times. It also features background notifications, music dimming, all device orientations, two themes, and four chime sounds.

Chime Squirrel is available now as a free download, with an in-app upgrade to Pro for $1.99. Pro upgrade required for themes, changing chime sound, and to create more then one Interval Chime. Designed for and requires iOS 7. Available in English, world wide.

Developed by MostlyBinary, a web and mobile applications developer.


If you would like further information about Chime Squirrel and MostlyBinary, or you would like to schedule an interview, please contact:

Luke Jernejcic
Twitter: @chimesquirrel

Download the app on the App Store.

Written by Luke Ryan Jernejcic who lives and works in Austin Texas building useful things. Follow him on Twitter