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The app Vybe could assist you in some way - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.itchyfingerzfree.vybe
No. Android doesn't give apps a way to control the strength of the vibration, so you won't find an app that can do this for you. That said, there's an app that claims to be able to change the vibration strength on Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 phones, using a device-specific method that requires root. Some users report that it doesn't work at all, but if it does work ...
I have a similar issue with the Note 3. Shush seems to work fine. The app lets you configure after how much time to reenable the standard ringer, and it gives you hard-to-miss notification that the phone is in silent mode.
"Notification mode" refers not to the notification bar, but the notification sounds. If you turn it off, then notification sounds will be off. Notifications in the notification bar will still show. Some notifications still vibrating: sounds like the app developer implemented manual vibration instead of using notification settings.
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