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We've compiled a list of 44 free and paid alternatives to Keep Focused. The primary competitors include Tomighty, Persevy. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Keep Focused and focus booster, Pomodairo, Pomodone. Also you can look at other similar options here: Office and Productivity Software.

Free Open Source

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Persevy helps you achieve your goals by delimiting them into manageable time-periods so you can...

focus booster is a simple timer application following the 'Pomodoro technique' for time...

Free Open Source

An Adobe Air application for working with the Pomodoro technique, ...

Pomodoro timer for your favorite productivity tool

Free Open Source

Pomodoro timer

The idea of Pomodorim is to use rules of Role Playing Game in Pomodoro technique.

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ClearFocus is a time-management app which makes you more productive.

Free Open Source

This is a minimal menubar Pomodoro app written in Electron.

A timer tool that supports the Pomodoro Technique for time management.

Keep Focused Platforms

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Keep Focused Overview

A timer tool that supports the Pomodoro Technique for time management. Besides tracking the 25 minutes per task and the 5- minute breaks in between, Keep Focused further tracks all task descriptions in a session file for later review.

Keep Focused Features

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Keep Focused Tags

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