Nice concept, flawed execution App looks nice and is easy to use. It offers customisable time periods (pomodoros) and pause functionality. But a major issue is that it is not reliable with the timer not completing.
Good, but... What I love about this app is that each task can have a different timer, for instance 15 and 20 minutes. However, it's not exactly a beautiful app. I know, the appearance is really not that important, but still...
Great! Fantastic app. Love the UI. There is one thing missing: I would like to be able to get to the menu during a countdown without having to stop it. A small countdown widget would be great too.
Great app From one developer to another, you do know how to build software. Any chance to add some statistics in the future?
My favorite timboxing app despite very minor flaws This is a fantastic app. I use it all the time. What attracted me the most was the ability to customize and create your own presets. I've found that when I use the standard Pomodoro 25min/5min, I tend to lose focus around the 15 minute mark. So all I did was create a new timebox with 15min on and 5 min off. I will usually leave the app running and set my phone on the table in front of my so I can see exactly how much time I have left. Unfortunately though the flashing animation on the remaining time can be quite distracting, depending on your lighting situation. I would love to see an update where you can turn off the flashing. Beyond this minor annoyance, this is definitely my top timeboxing app!
Small size, but last update 2012. The application is minimized only the "Home"button. Only full screen mode (no statusbar).
* Minor bug fixes for earlier versions of Android.
* TimeBox is now fully compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich!
* Minor bug fixes
* Feature - Alert volume is now adjustable if the "Sound always on" option is ticked in the preferences
* Minor bug fix - Circular visualization would occasionally freeze
* Minor bug fix - network errors during update checks
* Compatibility fix for CyanogenMod 7