Roldan Montilla Jr (roldanjrdevslife) Publisher

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Multi-platform time management app based on Pomodoro Technique that will help boost your productivity.

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  • Always On Top. If enabled, the app will always on top of other apps running on user's Operating System.

  • Full Screen Breaks. If enabled, the app will interrupt the user by occupying the whole screen so that the user will be force to take a break.

  • Special Breaks. If enabled, the user will be allowed to set some special time when the user really need to take a break.

  • Strict Mode. If enabled, the app will strictly follow user's configuration and prevent the user from resetting, pausing and skipping the timer when it has started.

  • Dark Theme. Allowing the user to use Dark Mode to reduce eye strain and improves visibility for user with low vision and those who are sensitive to bright light.

  • Toggle Native Titlebar. Enable user to switch between default custom titlebar to a native titlebar.

  • Progress Animation. Allowing the user to disable timer progress animation to reduce the CPU usage to the app least required. It is really useful for some people.

  • Desktop Notification. If enabled, the app will allow the user to be notified from time to time. Notification property is divided into 3 types NONE, NORMAL and EXTRA.

  • Auto-start Work Time. If enabled, the app will automatically start after the timer ends. It is useful when the user did not want to always start the timer manually from time to time.

  • Minimize to Tray. If enabled, clicking the minimize button will not minimize the app. It will be hidden and being send to Tray instead of minimizing on the Taskbar.

  • Close to Tray. If enabled, clicking the close button will not quit the app. It will be hidden and being send to Tray instead of closing and quitting the app.

  • Progress on Tray. The app will show progress animation on tray. This feature can be activate if Minimize to Tray of Close to Tray is enabled. Useful when the timer is being hidden.

  • Keyboard Shortcuts. Provide some useful keyboard shortcuts allowing the user to use the app conveniently.

  • Customizable Rules. Allowing the user to modify the default rules of Pomodoro Principle to fit on their personal preference.

  • Built-in Task List. Allowing the user to create tasks they wanted to accomplish and enable them to mark a particular task as done showing some accomplishments.

  • Auto Updates. With the Automatic Updates feature, it keep the app up to date with the latest updates and enhancements. User no longer have to search for critical updates; it delivers them directly to the computer.


  • Customizable Shortcuts. Provide a way to make the default keyboard shortcuts customizable by the user.

  • Website Blocker. Enable user to block specific website while working in order to focus.

  • Productivity Report. Provide some useful summary about user's productivity to have some sense of accomplishments.

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Last updated
13 July 2020

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