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Pomotroid is a simple and visually-pleasing Pomodoro timer.

Pomotroid: A simple and visually-pleasing Pomodoro timer.

Pomotroid alerts by default on a 25 minute interval to help keep you focused and remind you to take a 5 minute break. Every 4th interval, pomotroid will alert with a 15 minute longer-duration break to ensure that you take the time to reset your focus.

Pomotroid boasts the following features:

Custom Times & Rounds: Customize work, short break, long break, and rounds to fit your workflow.

Charming Sound Notifications: Pleasing chimes let you know when it’s time to take a break or get back to work.

Simple & Easy to Use: Pomotroid is simple and straightforward, making it incredibly easy to use.

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Last updated
11 February 2020

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