Beautiful and simple but having all the settings I need. However app would still deserve some tuning on user experience. Providing 4 buttons - pomodoro, stop, long and short break requires user's focus to make a choice. That is bad. Only relevant buttons should be shown at any time, all choices available only on demand. In addition app still does not remember preferred notification sound (SIII Neo) even though changelog says it should be fixed. It is not.
I found two well-designed, free (and ad-free), minimalistic and good-looking pomodoro timers on Android and this is one of them. Not much left to be desired. Just hit the pomodoro or break buttons. Congratulations to the maker(s) of this app.
Resets to default No matter what I do, it resets my settings every time. The default appears to be no ringtone and it doesn't vibrate. I like the interphase and the design, but a time that doesn't ring is of no use for me.
Got me studying Honestly, I'm a real slacker and a procrastinator going for medical. This app gets me to trick myself into studying. Also 25mins goes by too quick comparing to 3-4 hrs anatomy lectures.
Simple UI and easy to use ... but it sorely needs a way to reset the pomodoro counter! I don't need to know how many pomos I've ever done, only how many I've managed today.
Simple, exactly what I need I use this app almost everyday. It's very simple, just a timer, which is exactly what I needed. It counts the number of pomodoro's you do, which is motivating. My one issue with it is that our resets, as other reviews have noted. Otherwise it's a great app.
* Updated Libraries
* Notification now shows time remaining
* Fixed bugs in which settings such as ringtones and screen timeout were lost
* Material Design
* Added Action Bar to access settings on newer devices without soft touch buttons
* Added option for changing Pomodoro's durations
* Revised Settings screen