TimeBox

TimeBox


UPDATE: TimeBox is now fully compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich!

TimeBox is a configurable time management application that employs the Pomodoro Technique.

The Pomodoro technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique breaks your work flow into cycles called Pomodori (Italian for tomato).

Cycles are typically 25 minutes with a 5 minute break afterward. After four of such cycles, an extended break is taken (15-20 minutes).

Here at Psi Solutions, we believe that life is not one-size-fits-all. We have given you the ability to configure every aspect of a Pomodoro to suit your own needs.

These configurations are stored as user presets, which can be freely created, modified or removed. The result is a dynamic time management service which helps you get work done without impeding your work flow.

Key Features:

* Configure all aspects of a Pomdoro (eg. work/break ratio)
* Save configurations as user presets
* Preferences which control audio alerts and wake lock
* Selection of visualizations to represent the progress of a Pomodoro
* Multitask-friendly, TimeBox will continue running an active Pomodoro in the background as an ongoing notification

Recent changes:
1.1.1:
* Minor bug fixes for earlier versions of Android.

1.1.0:
* TimeBox is now fully compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich!

1.0.18:
* Minor bug fixes

1.0.16:
* Feature - Alert volume is now adjustable if the "Sound always on" option is ticked in the preferences

1.0.14:
* Minor bug fix - Circular visualization would occasionally freeze

1.0.13:
* Minor bug fix - network errors during update checks

1.0.12:
* Compatibility fix for CyanogenMod 7
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4.0
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About TimeBox
UPDATE: TimeBox is now fully compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich!

TimeBox is a configurable time management application that employs the Pomodoro Technique.

The Pomodoro technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique breaks your work flow into cycles called Pomodori (Italian for tomato).

Cycles are typically 25 minutes with a 5 minute break afterward. After four of such cycles, an extended break is taken (15-20 minutes).

Here at Psi Solutions, we believe that life is not one-size-fits-all. We have given you the ability to configure every aspect of a Pomodoro to suit your own needs.

These configurations are stored as user presets, which can be freely created, modified or removed. The result is a dynamic time management service which helps you get work done without impeding your work flow.

Key Features:

* Configure all aspects of a Pomdoro (eg. work/break ratio)
* Save configurations as user presets
* Preferences which control audio alerts and wake lock
* Selection of visualizations to represent the progress of a Pomodoro
* Multitask-friendly, TimeBox will continue running an active Pomodoro in the background as an ongoing notification

Recent changes:
1.1.1:
* Minor bug fixes for earlier versions of Android.

1.1.0:
* TimeBox is now fully compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich!

1.0.18:
* Minor bug fixes

1.0.16:
* Feature - Alert volume is now adjustable if the "Sound always on" option is ticked in the preferences

1.0.14:
* Minor bug fix - Circular visualization would occasionally freeze

1.0.13:
* Minor bug fix - network errors during update checks

1.0.12:
* Compatibility fix for CyanogenMod 7

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 27, 2015
Small size, but last update 2012. The application is minimized only the "Home"button. Only full screen mode (no statusbar).
A Google User
Jul 3, 2014
I love it. An app has no alternatives.
A Google User
May 13, 2014
I had hopes for this one - I was looking for a timer with the ability to define multiple intervals, and this one does just that. Unfortunately, the app ignores device orientation, so it would be awkward to use while the tablet is plugged in.
A Google User
May 5, 2014
Good, but crashes when running in the background keeps crashing if i minimize during a break. it starts a new pomodoro when i go back into the app even though it should still be counting down my break Thanks!
A Google User
Sep 22, 2013
Best simple pomodoro timer I was looking for a pomodoro timer that allowed you to pause and resume. I get many people interrupting me at work, after I assisted them I would continue my task but other timer apps forced me to return at 25 minutes. This one allows me to do what I want.
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