If you want, you can fist try the free version.
Pomodoro Calendar, do more, faster: Pomodoro Technique™ together with Google Calendar
NEW: Graphical statistics and internal/external interrupts management!
● Check out your Pomodoros and daily tasks through an intuitive calendar
● Create new tasks or import from your Google Calendar tasks
● Synchronize your Pomodoros with Google Calendar, creating a detailed tracking of your, or your team's activities
● Fully customizable
● Interface adapted to each type of device, mobile or tablet
● Agile methodologies, increases your productivity
If you like the app, please take a second to evaualte it in Google Play.
Please, feel free to send comments, suggestions or requests to email@example.com
If you still don't know the Pomodoro Technique™, or you want to learn more about it, please visit http://www.pomodorotechnique.com/
Important: You must have installed and synchronized Google Calendar application on your device to enable this functionality.
What this app is about is challenging you to work harder and tracking your work habits. You'll earn/lose ranks depending on your performance, earn achievements and track your productivity over time so you'll know how long you worked on what and during which days of the week and hours of the day you're at your most productive.
Now here's a few things you should know before downloading:
- This is not an organizer. If you can't keep track of what you're supposed to be doing, this app is not for you. The app includes tracking of projects so you know how much time you spent working on each of your clients/books/websites/whatever - like a timesheet, but it's not meant to be an organizer or a to-do list.
- This app will not let you pause pomodori or finish them early, so if you have a tiny baby-sized bladder and you need to pause every few minutes, this app is not for you. The shortest pomodoro you can set is 10 minutes and you're not supposed to be interrupted. That's the point of the Pomodoro Technique, that's how it's different from just using a stopwatch and that's why I'm not going to include a pause button. Also because I use this app too, and I'd be the first to abuse that pause feature to go look up random stuff on Wikipedia.
- Pomodoro Challenge doesn't contain any images of tomatoes because they're entirely peripheral to the Pomodoro Technique. It was just an accident that Francesco Cirillo (the guy who invented the Pomodoro Technique) had a timer that looked like a tomato, and there is no empirical evidence that images of tomatoes make you more productive.
- Speaking of Francesco Cirillo, this app is not affiliated with him or the Pomodoro Technique®
That's it, thanks for reading and I hope you find this app as useful as I do.