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Track My Pomodoros

**Launch promotion - On sale for a limited time

**Launch promotion - On sale for a limited time

Track My Pomodoros

by Berny Zamora
Track My Pomodoros
Track My Pomodoros
Track My Pomodoros

What is it about?

**Launch promotion - On sale for a limited time.**

Track My Pomodoros

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
(6)
Size
4Mb
Genre
Productivity
Last updated
February 6, 2016
Release date
November 25, 2015
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App Store Description

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Track My Pomodoros is a productivity application that’s powerful and fun to use. More than a timer - Track My Pomodoros implements the essential elements of the Pomodoro Technique®

Improve your productivity by tracking how many units you complete in a day. An unobtrusive timer keeps track of your focus and break times. Maintain an inventory of tasks you need to complete someday, but not today. Track when you are interrupted and create unplanned/urgent follow up tasks when needed. View a detailed timeline of what you did during the day or week to pinpoint when you are most productive. Learn more about yourself and plan a better, more effective schedule. Estimate effort and compare with the actual results. Refine future estimates to improve planning and daily capacity. Want to know what you did 2 weeks ago? No problem, use the history to see everything you’ve ever done.

Notable Features
-Powerful dashboard
-Task timer with notifications
-Effort estimation
-Track interruptions
-Detailed day and week timeline
-To do today tasks. What would you like to do today?
-Inventory tasks. Someday, but not today
-Pomodoro, short break and long break cycling
-Estimated time of completion calculates at what time you will be done taking into consideration the remaining tasks, effort estimated and short/long breaks intervals
-Full detailed history with day stats
-Customizable timer settings

Track My Pomodoros is based on a time management method called the Pomodoro Technique®. The Pomodoro Technique®, developed by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s, uses a timer to break down periods of work into 25 minute intervals called 'Pomodoros'. There are 5 basic steps to implementing the technique:

1 - Decide on the task to be done
2 - Set the timer
3 - Work on the task until the timer rings
4 - Take a short break (i.e. 5 minutes)
5 - Every four Pomodoros take a longer break

Track My Pomodoros is not affiliated with, associated with nor endorsed by the Pomodoro Technique® or Francesco Cirillo. The Pomodoro Technique® and Pomodoro™ are registered and filed trademarks by Francesco Cirillo