Pomodoro Time Management

Pomodoro Time ManagementYou need help focusing on a task? You can’t organize your work with proper breaks? Then the pomodoro technique is the solution for you!

With the pomodoro technique your work gets splitted up into pomodoros – this means 25 minutes of work and 5 minutes break. Then the next pomodoros starts

This app helps you to apply the pomodoro technique:

– easy to use timer, that shows your work and free time
– sounds inspired by a real kitchen clock
– simple, great looking task list
– statistics show how many pomodoros you have completed today and overall

For about the pomodoro technique see
pomodorotechnique.com

We made a video that describes our app in detail and shows how to apply the technique:

Instructions

1. Write down what you want to do today using the built-in to-do list
2. Start the timer by pressing the tomato
3. Work on the project for 25 minutes (this is called a pomodoro)
4. Stop the timer if you stop working (e.g. telephone is ringing, someone interrupts you) and start a new pomodoro
5. After 25 minutes of working take a 5 minute break
6. After 4 completed pomodoros take a longer break

To add a task, press the plus symbol. You can edit a task by pressing the red button with a pencil. To delete a single task, swipe left or right and press delete. If you want to delete all tasks or all completed tasks press the trash icon.Available on the AppStorePomodoro Time Management Screenshot

You need help focusing on a task? You can’t organize your work with proper breaks? Then the pomodoro technique is the solution for you!

With the pomodoro technique your work gets splitted up into pomodoros – this means 25 minutes of work and 5 minutes break. Then the next pomodoros starts

This app helps you applying the pomodoro technique:

– easy to use timer, that shows your work and free time
– sounds inspired by a real kitchen clock
– simple, great looking task list
– statistics show how many pomodoros you have completed today and overall

If you are not sure about bying the app, try the lite version first!

For more information see
pomodorotechnique.com

How to use this app:

1. Write down what you want to do today using the built-in to-do list
2. Start the timer by pressing the tomato
3. Work on the project for 25 minutes (this is called a pomodoro)
4. Stop the timer if you stop working (e.g. telephone is ringing, someone interrupts you) and start a new pomodoro
5. After 25 minutes of working take a 5 minute break
6. After 4 completed pomodoros take a longer break

To add a task, press the plus symbol. You can edit a task by pressing the red button with a pencil. To delete a single task, swipe left or right and press delete. If you want to delete all tasks or all completed tasks press the trash icon.Available on the AppStore

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