Activity Timer - Interval Edition

Developer: HAPPY CODING UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 764.5 KB - Download

Description:

Especially for lovers of time management, productivity and fans of the simplicity of our Activity Timer. The "Activity Timer - Interval Edition". Perfect for time management.

This timer allows to split a working task into intervals. This could be for example the 25 minute interval the "Pomodoro Technique®" uses.

Plan your activities in this simple Interval Timer which integrates smoothly into your Mac OS X status bar. Start working and see how the tomato icons fills up. Get notified about short and long breaks.

You will recognise how you can optimise your working productivity. The Interval Timer will notify you when you are done and when you need breaks and when a new interval starts.

Configure the length of your breaks and configure freely your activities.

The Pomodoro Technique® splits an activity into smaller chunks (aka pomodoro) of work (normally with the length of 25 minutes). Between the first 4 pomodori you need to take short breaks and after the 4th pomodoro you will then take a longer break.

During working on a pomodoro you should be not disturbed, so that you can focus on your specific task. Try it, it's fun.


Copyright: Pomodoro Technique® and Pomodoro® are registered trademarks of Francesco Cirillo.

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Release Notes:

- small improvements
- renaming the app

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.1.0
Review by Pablo1818

Great work break timer app - This app is the simplies but very efficiant app on the app store, you can set diferent “break activities” and on each one you can set the working time and for that working time how many breaks you want and whats the lenght of the breaks. Also you can see on the status bar the time is left for the next break. The only thing it needs is to be able to add custom notification sounds

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1/5
Version 1.1.0
Review by gmi7000

useless to me - i wanted to be able to set my own time limit. I want my 99 cents back.

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 1.2
Review by whatIhavetofindauniquename?

Useless - You can’t set a timer more than 40 minutes or less than 10 minutes.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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