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We've compiled a list of 45 free and paid alternatives to Pomotodo. The primary competitors include OmniFocus, Tomighty. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Pomotodo and Gnome Pomodoro, Pomodairo, Pomodone. Also you can look at other similar options here: Office and Productivity Software.

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This GNOME app helps to manage time according to Pomodoro Technique.

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Pomodoro timer

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

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A time tracker inspired by the Pomodoro technique®.

Todo-list based on Pomodoro technique.

Pomotodo Platforms

tick-square iPad
tick-square iPhone
tick-square Mac
tick-square Android
tick-square Web-Based
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Pomotodo Overview

Todo-list based on Pomodoro technique.
Supports some additional features for tasks such as pinning tasks, hashtags, priorities. Useful statistics and history features for made pomodoros and tasks are also available.
Free with minor limitations.

Pomotodo Features

tick-square Pomodoro timer
tick-square Task Management

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