Yantra sends you push notifications to help you become better.
You choose what better means, and how to get there.
Designed by MIT Media Lab Alumni and TED Fellow Seth Raphael in collaboration with Jeff Lieberman and Jay Silver, Yantra takes high-technology and makes it high-impact.
*life is beautiful*
As life fills up, we lose track of the things that are important to us. You can use Yantra to remind yourself of things you wish to remain mindful of.
In a world full of distractions it is all too easy to forget the task we wish to be working on. Yantra can provide a gentle nudge back in the right direction.
*open your mind*
You can tap into the collective unconscious of yantra users by tapping the lotus icon in the upper right hand of the favorites list. Be surprised by the amazing things your fellow humans are striving towards.
If you don't like the sound that Yantra plays, you can change it. Tap the top of the screen above the text of your Yantra to choose a different tone.
*anything is possible*
Yantra was conceived, designed, and implemented by MagicSeth.
*keep it real*
Yantra was designed in collaboration with a real life version, the nown, a physical version of Yantra that vibrates on your wrist.
Yantra uses a server to send you your reminders. Only the information that is necessary to deliver you the message is stored. Your phrase enters the yantrasphere and may be shared with everyone else using Yantra. No personally identifiable information will be shared with others, and your data is not aggregated.
Yantra cannot send you iPod Touch users push notifications unless your device is on.