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Pomodroido: A Pomodoro Timer


This very simple Pomodoro™ Timer will help you concentrate and be productive. You can customize the pomodori and break times to fit your work style.

Pomodroido was the first Pomodoro Timer on the Android platform, hundreds of thousands of people have used this app to make the most of their time. Read the reviews to see how our users have stayed productive with the Pomodoro Technique® and Pomodroido app.

The Pomodoro Technique® is a popular time management method developed in the late 80's. You break down your work into 25 minutes intervals separated by short breaks.

This timeboxing technique can help you concentrate, avoid procrastination, and get work done.

If you like it and use it often, please consider buying the Donate/Pro version, which offers some additional features such as Tasker integration.

It does not have a todo or tasking system (yet), but I have added a few game mechanics, starting with a leveling system. Attain higher ranks by getting your work done. And brag about it!

What's coming in the next versions? (our priority depends on your interests; so please e-mail me with feedback!)

• Analytics
• Achievements
• A todo/task system

I highly appreciate emails with comments or suggestions. I'd like to know what would make this more valuable to you!

Pomodoro™ and Pomodoro Technique® are registered trademarks of Francesco Cirillo. This app is not affiliated with Francesco Cirillo.

Recent changes:
› Tasker integration (Donate/Pro only)
› Minor bugfixes
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4.4
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About Pomodroido: A Pomodoro Timer
This very simple Pomodoro™ Timer will help you concentrate and be productive. You can customize the pomodori and break times to fit your work style.

Pomodroido was the first Pomodoro Timer on the Android platform, hundreds of thousands of people have used this app to make the most of their time. Read the reviews to see how our users have stayed productive with the Pomodoro Technique® and Pomodroido app.

The Pomodoro Technique® is a popular time management method developed in the late 80's. You break down your work into 25 minutes intervals separated by short breaks.

This timeboxing technique can help you concentrate, avoid procrastination, and get work done.

If you like it and use it often, please consider buying the Donate/Pro version, which offers some additional features such as Tasker integration.

It does not have a todo or tasking system (yet), but I have added a few game mechanics, starting with a leveling system. Attain higher ranks by getting your work done. And brag about it!

What's coming in the next versions? (our priority depends on your interests; so please e-mail me with feedback!)

• Analytics
• Achievements
• A todo/task system

I highly appreciate emails with comments or suggestions. I'd like to know what would make this more valuable to you!

Pomodoro™ and Pomodoro Technique® are registered trademarks of Francesco Cirillo. This app is not affiliated with Francesco Cirillo.

Recent changes:
› Tasker integration (Donate/Pro only)
› Minor bugfixes

User reviews of Pomodroido: A Pomodoro Timer
why did i download another app called safe phone manager
Sep 4, 2012
Recensione completa in italiano: http://goo.gl/BMnMq
Feb 5, 2011
I like it. Together with Astrid it would be awesome!
Jan 24, 2011
Unfortunately I can't disable the ticking timer sound, so I can't use this at work. There's a checkbox in the preferences to turn the ticking off but it doesn't work
Jan 13, 2011
Very Good ! Waiting for the next version. A todo list with a calendar would be a great thing !
Jan 6, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 15, 2014
Excellent
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Could be better I dont like the choices of timer length - instead of giving us a few choices to choose, why can't we enter in specific lengths of time? The notification is also insufficient - I would like it more if it would open the app when the time is up rather than simply playing a sound.
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Im installations it good bye girls
A Google User
Oct 1, 2014
Really forces U to focus
A Google User
Sep 28, 2014
Number of pomodoros not increasing on Sundays It's a really great app and has enhanced my productivity manifolds but the problem is that it stops adding the completed pomodoros to the 'this week' section on Sundays. It stands still where I left it on Saturday. Is it a bug or it's intentional?