Be Focused Pro - Focus Timer & Goal Tracker
Developer: Denys Yevenko
Current Version: 1.6.2
Last Updated: 25 days ago
Download Size: 11.4 MB - Download
Staying on task seems is a real challenge for our screen-bound generation. The Be Focused lets you get things done by breaking up individual tasks among discrete intervals, separated by short breaks. It’s a surprisingly effective way to retain motivation and focus. Create tasks, configure breaks and track your progress throughout the day, week or custom period. Use either your iPhone, iPad or Mac – your devices always stay in sync.
- Manage your tasks
- Track your progress throughout the day, week or custom period
- Fast and easy goal tracking
- Customize to maximize productivity:
• Work interval duration
• Short break duration
• Long break duration
• Number of intervals between long breaks
• Target number of intervals per day
- Ability to start, pause, or skip work interval
- Auto-start the next timer (option)
- Ability to edit the number of intervals
- Export to a CSV file
- Ability to paste a task list from other applications
- Global hotkeys
- Optional ticking sound
- Custom alarm sound
- Launch at startup option
- Syncs between iPad, iPhone and Mac*
- Also available for iPhone and iPad
* Sync with iOS devices requires Be Focused Pro for iOS, sold separately.
• Fixed "Unable to start timer" issue
• Updated the app icon design
• Multiple fixes and improvements
Most Helpful Reviews
Great tool for staying focused - I love the pomodoro technique and have used it for a long time to help me be more productive in my business. I’ve tried several tools to help me implement this strategy, but none of them have helped me like Pomodoro Time Pro. It’s easy to set, stays in the background, and does its job seamlessly. I started out with the free version, and very quickly fell in love with it. This tool is strictly for managing your focus. It’s not for tracking time on projects. For example, have a list of tasks for things like planning, client project, administration, learning and bookkeeping. These are general categories of how i’m spending my time. If I finish a task before my pomodoro is done, I fill in with other activities so I’m working focused for the full length of my pomodoro. Each pomodoro can have activities for many different tasks, some that require tracking separately for client billling and project tracking. If you are looking for a way to be more productive, I highly recommend the pomodoro technique. And if you are looking for a tool to help you manage your time blocks, I highly recommend Pomodoro Time Pro. It’s an indispensible part of my daily routine.
Distracting nag prompts to rate the app! - Otherwise well implemented, but this app should never pop up a distracting prompt given its purpose. You won, I've left a review. It only took about ten times prompting me.
More Reviews for Current Version
Review - Also growing tired of the constant promptings of review and also have lost data multiple times when trying to sync between my macbook and iphone versions. App is not as worthwhile if it won’t sync. Hate dragging my laptop anywhere to start the timer. That being said… I love the app and use it everyday to track my productivity so it does what it is supposed to do. The team was responsive to my e-mails but the amount of work I would need to do to resolve the syncing problem (potentially, if it works) isn’t worth my time. Without a functional sync the pro version doesn’t make a lot of sense but it is a good app.
Needs improvement! - The app is good for keeping time on work or studying, and also for timing breaks, which helps to keep productivity high. The only issue with the app that is a major set back is the sync with other devices. If the timer is started on the iPhone it won’t display on the macbook unless a manual refresh is done. Sometimes the manual refresh does not work either so the account has to be signed off and signed back in in order to sync with server data. Starting the timer on the mac does not automatically sync to other devices as well. Refreshing the data on the iPhone will actually reset back the timer on the mac. Please fix this!!! Productivity takes a toll when working on a project and having to be glued to the mac to check, or having to guess, if the timer is working properly across all devices.
The app is good in general. - Please STOP prompting to leave a review………this is extremly annoying given that I paid for this app. So here is the review… The app is good in general, but with some areas of improvement: * iOS and Mac syncing is not that smooth. Syncing isn’t that fast and I once lost some data becasue iOS app data overwrote the Mac one. * Hope there was another option for long break that allows users to reset the counter if it’s the next day. like if i did 3 pomodoros last night and do one this morning I’m getting a long break right away. Maybe there can be an option to set what time the day starts. * I hope the developer sees this review and make the changes so that the app only asks once for leaving a review and dont’ ever ask again.
Please Stop Asking Me To Write a Review - It works as described. But it’s annoying that there’s a pop up for a paid app almost every day (multiple times) that asks for a review. It’s annoying enough that I would want a refund. At least the native timer app on my phone doesn’t ask me to provide a review for the phone and continue to do even after the review has been made.
works fine except for the nagging - Seriously, how many times is this app going to nag me for a review? Supremely frustrating!