I've been using this app for the past few days and I really love it. It's deceptively simple and has kept me on task whilst revising for exams. Only improvement I can think of is some stats tracking e.g average number of hours worked/day. I'm currently doing this with a spreadsheet to give myself some additional motivation. I'll have to see whether this app keeps me productive for an extended period and succeeds where others have failed.
Nice app, thanks for this. Two suggestions: 1) add a widget! 2) if you disable sound and vibration in work sessions, you can't know when the transition from break to work takes place. Maybe add a 5 second delay to mute the phone so it can ring/vibrate?
Simple, straightforward, lovely There's no additional fuss using this app. The settings are there, the interface design is familiar, and there are only a few things to tinker on but it's very customizable. You can set the time as you please (others only have limited choices). Very minimalist and intuitive.
Oh boy! This is what I call a total excellence! Simple, direct, no-nonsense, feature rich & best of all, Amoled friendly! The only problem is that you can't go above 60 Minute in a single session.
The best Pomodoro Timer out there but it would be nice if the alarm constantly went off until you stopped it. That way you don't miss the alarm.
Simple, clean and very customizable when it comes to timing sessions and breaks. I would like to have statistics in this but in all honesty, it's a wonderful app even without it and has been keeping my productivity up, which is all that matters.
- android wear support
- new fullscreen mode
- session type icon representing work or break which can be disabled
- all ringtones, alarm and notification sounds can be used for the notification
- visibility is public for notifications
- updated the target SDK version to Android Nougat