best user interface but battery drainer i really wanted to give 5 stars. at first its the best app i found at play store. secondly UI is very user friendly, easy to use and elegant looking. And graphical statistics are the main points what makes this app so great. unfortunately it is open on the background all the time and drains battery really fast. if. only if this weakness could be solved, i would even pay for it. For now, im afraid to use it, if im not near at charger or any computer...
Poor This hoses my battery unfortunately, and it's crashed several times on Day 1. It also took a while to display any completed pomodoros on the statistics screen. Also, you can't change the task of an active pomodoro, which is a bummer if you're already half way through. You can't skip to complete pomodoros, if for example you accidentally cancel one near its end. It doesn't reset your break positions at the start of a day, and there's no way to force it.
Bugs, but nice layout and very useful Abandonware at this point. Break-end alarms don't seem to sound sometimes. When the break alarm sounded while in focus, I hit the home screen button, switched back to the app and it asked me to start my break (even though I just finished it). I like how it keeps track of how many pomodoros are put toward tasks in a day and the extended stat page it has.
Excellent After looking at several pomodoro apps, this is the stand out for me. Only thing I wish it had are profiles to keep tasks separated based on current major activity. Ie: Work and Home... or MajorProject1 and MajorProject2... etc.
It won't finish a task and a few other bugs It won't finish a task and will always reset it. I'm not using any task killers either. Before it wouldn't let the phone enter deep sleep whatsoever, even if no timer was currently running. It also shows the wrong task at times, particularly during breaks when it defaults to the first task. It looks great and is feature rich, but these bugs have to be ironed out. It is very frustrating to not have a reliable timer.
Best Free Pomodoro App I've Seen The task management built-in alongside the timer is superb. Though I would love to suggest one feature. Are you guys (developers) familiar with Battery Doctor? It can display an icon that shows the battery percentage in the status bar which is a pretty neat feature. Why not do something similar with your timer? Instead of a boring old icon, let it display the minutes (ONLY: 24, 23, etc.) left before the time runs out so we can keep track of the time while using other apps. Then if only seconds are left then let it display that (ONLY: 59, 58). This is how Pomodoro works in Tomighty, a desktop app I use. I hope you guys read suggestions, it would make the app PERFECT.
- Fixed day time issues that were supposed to be covered by v1.1.13 and v1.1.14
- Fixed incorrect day time calculations throughout the application
- Fixed a bug where complete pomodoros would not show up in 'Complete Today' list
- Fixed a reported application crash
- Fixed a bug where pomodoro state was not reset
- Falling back to default notifications if custom ones are not used