Ok I like it but since I change the pomodoros to 40 minutes it doesnt make a sound alerting me that Im done or that the break is over. I like that you can get titles and It has helped with a lot with my studies.
Nice concept and interface but buggy I like the customizable work and break session lengths. The mini-RPG like progress tracker is a great idea. The user levels up by accumulating completed work sessions. However the alarm just don't work on my phone that runs Android KitKat, so I keep working through the supposed break sessions. This bug makes this app useless for me, unfortunately.
Good but development is stale It's actually one of the best on the market, and the simple game mechanics make it even more appealing. However, the developer hasn't updated it for several months, his blog is dead, and promises for new version were broken...
Good but flaky Very good timer for the pomodoro technique itself. The major issue I have with it, and the reason I haven't bought the pro version is that it appears to be storing data in a non-standard place that can't be backed up. So when I flash a new ROM, every other app gets it's data fully restored via Titanium, but Pomodroido resets me to 0 done and trainee level every single time. The promised public profiles would presumably solve that as it would be linked to a remote account instead. But as the developer seems to have lost interest it isn't looking likely.
Almost there I experimented with a lot of the pomodoro timers available, and this is the best one so far. The only feature I really miss is an easy way to count internal and external interruptions. Also, it doesn't bother me, but there should be an option to disable the ticking sound when the clock starts.
Simple works Only 3 Pomodoros today... 6 stars if you can make people go away.
› Tasker integration (Donate/Pro only)
› Minor bugfixes