Tomates - Time Management

Developer: Adolfo Vera Blasco

Current Version: 7.4

Last Updated: 2 days ago

Download Size: 8 MB - Download


Tomates Time Management helps you to improve your productivity using one of the most effective management method in personal or pair working environments.

The app is highly configurable in aspects like time for breaks or tasks, notifications, task series, all of it in a beautiful and detailed interface.

We say Hi! to Touch Bar
Proud to announce Tomates Time Management adds support to Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro.

Since version 5 we speak english and Español también.

Inside Tomates Time Management you will find...
+ Reports to compare your productivity
+ Beautiful graphs to check your progress in a blink of an eye
+ Customize task time
+ Customize short and long break time
+ Choose to play a sound or not when a break or a task has finished
+ Set how many tasks are a Work Serie
+ The task timer can be paused/resumed/reseted
+ Session and Goal counters can be reseted


Release Notes:

This new release include...

+ New design for Activity and Atento
+ Fixed a bug that prevent Atento information to be tracked in some cases

Thanks to our users for his emails and tweets with his comments and suggestions. Your feedback is very important for us. Send your comments to...

tomates [at] desappstre [dot] com
@getpomodoroapp at twitter

We put a lot of effort on this new version. If you enjoy it, we'd really appreciate if you could give us a review on the App Store. Thanks!


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 5.1
Review by enovid

Tried them all. - Over the past six months I’ve tried every timer app on the market and finally settled on Tomates. It’s simple, looks great, keeps sensible track of sessions, tasks, and provides gentle notifications. Features I’d like to see in the future are hotkey support and an option for a floating timer.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
Version 4.2
Review by Kevin in Colorado

Requires Sierra, 10.12 - Seems a bit extreme for a time management app. My perfectly good, non-work, 2009 MBP can only run 10.11

Found helpful by 3 out of 12 people