Download Pomodoro Calendar apk 1.3.146 free for Android smartphone

17 Nov
Pomodoro Calendar

Posted by AMQO in Productivity | Nov. 17, 2013 | 17 Comments

Apk file size: 1.3 MB

Pomodoro Calendar, do more, faster: Pomodoro Technique™ together with Google Calendar

NEW: Graphical statistics and internal/external interrupts management!

● Check out your Pomodoros and daily tasks through an intuitive calendar
● Create new tasks or import from your Google Calendar tasks
● Synchronize your Pomodoros with Google Calendar, creating a detailed tracking of your, or your team's activities
● Fully customizable
● Interface adapted to each type of device, mobile or tablet
● Agile methodologies, increases your productivity

If you like the app, please take a second to evaualte it in Google Play
Please, feel free to send any comments, suggestions or requests to [email protected]

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Important: You must have installed and synchronized Google Calendar application on your device to enable this functionality.

Whats new

    ● Minor bug fixes
    ● Option to change default date format
    ● Option to disable data connectivity during Pomodoros
    ● Graphical statistics and internal / external interrupts management
    ● Solved problem when importing from Ice Cream Sandwich and prior android versions
    ● Auto-complete disabled, added new option to Complete tasks
    ● Import daily tasks and import tasks on date range
    ● Auto-sync imported tasks option
    ● Automatically estimating number of Pomodoros when importing from Google Calendar

AMQO part of our Productivity and have average installs from 5000 to 10000. Last Update Nov. 17, 2013. Google play rating is 82.9412. Current verison is 1.3.146. Actual size 1.3 MB.

Download pomodoro-calendar.apk 1.3 MB


R Jackman

Broken on my Note3 - I have been using this app for a while, but suddenly something is wrong with it. When I start a new pomodoro session, it immediately goes to the interrupted screen even though I haven't touched anything else. I tried to contact the developer, but have not gotten a reply. At this point the app is now unusable.

Michael Cannon

Exactly what I've been looking for (been using for 4 months) Love the app, it makes tracking progress easy and I use it every day at work. I'm also pleased with the lack of intrusive permission requests. Things that would make me even happier: a) blinking notification light when a pomodoro/break ends. It's not always easy to hear the vibration when I'm in a busy room. b) more customization of pomodoro/break lengths. For instance, I'd like to do 32/8. c)I only get the option to start a break if I go to app through the task switcher and not the notification bar.

Barbra McFarland

Scrolling Can someone please help me figure out why the scrolling is "jumpy, skippy, choppy". I really like the app, but I need this to work. Also, how do I get it to show I have completed a pomodoro. This is a very good app, and one I will probably continue to use. A suggestion would be to add more variety in colors, a bit more colorful and vibrant and more color choices. 1. If there is no Pomodoro scheduled for today, why is there an icon in the notification bar...and when I click on it it says "Waiting for New Pomodoro"...How do I get rid of this on my screen. 2. When I click + to add a Pomodoro, the keyboard pops up and covers half of the page, and it makes the title out of eyesight at the top of the page, and it makes scrolling hard because there's not a lot of space on the page with the date and everything... 3. Can we have more vibrant screen colors like reds blues purples lavendar, pink, orange, the option to choose our own background color, the options to choose our own event color and text color for priority, etc....also, the Priority color gets lost in the background color and is not very visible. 4. Can I choose or customize my Pomodoro duration time instead

Ewen Luc

Great App! I have been using Pomodoro Calendar for a few weeks now. I love the satisfaction from seeing my Pomodoros logged in my Google Calendar. However, there have been a few glitches/improvements I would like to suggest. I bought the ad free version but it didn't transfer the data from my free version so I actually deleted and reverted. Secondly, there are often times that I work through the break and want to go back and trigger/set a break in a few minutes' time. Would be good if it could have this option.

Derya Demirtaş

great app! This is a great app, much better than other apps I tried, including an app I paid for. The main missing thing is a pause button. I'd like to pause a pomodoro when I get a call, etc. and continue where I left. Many other apps have it so I guess it's not that hard. There are two more features I wish it had, though other pomodoro apps don't have them either: 1-ability to enter a pomodoro after. I often study/work when I don't have my phone with me. I roughly know how many pomodoros my study time is equivalent so I'd like to enter it afterwards to have meaningful statistics and goals for my tasks. Unfortunately, all pomodoro apps I was able to find allows only real time count. 2-ability to clear statistics for a particular day. If these are implemented together with a pause button, then it would be the prefect app for me and I'd happily pay for the add-free version.

Jacob Longshore

Just what the doctor ordered It addresses the main points of the Pomodoro Technique, unlike most others. Distractions, estimated time for tasks, it's all there. Perfect! Prompts seem annoying but actually keep you aware of what you're doing, which is the point of the PT.

kaiyan lin

Was looking for such an app that combine tasks and planner and to allocate number of pomo per task. Glad to have found this. Few things could be improved: the interface could be sleeker and 'prettier', ability to increase volume of notification etc.. there's also occasional crashes that's why it didn't get a full 5 star. But all in all a very functional app :D

Sachin Ganpat

Great app. Works well but would like two things. 1) The ability to extend a pomodoro once the time is completed, this way you can stay within the flow. 2) the ability to sync completed pomodoros to a different calendar to the one that was imported. I use a different calendar for my time log so that I can better view my productivity. Otherwise, it's a great app.

Chris Watkins

Promising The task and calendar features are promising, but I prefer a visual timer.

A Google User

Best Pomodoro App the calendar is really good, help me keep track of my progress, all works great, I just wish there was a way to change the tick sound

melissa corson

This Really IS the BEST!!! Easily the best Pomo app around, free or paid! I am impressed both with the functions and design and will be purchasing the ad-free version, without a doubt!

Bin Lee

love it I use it even when it crush half times when i start a pomodoro before the last update. now I love it.

jake london

A few hiccups but I like it! I was using Tasker to post pomodoros to a gcal. This is an improvement, but it assumes some stuff about workflow that don't always track my workflow. The first assumption is that you will create a task either in the program or based on a calendar entry and then establish a pomodoro budget/estimate from that (e.g., Draft TPS Report, 3 pomodoros). After completing the three pomodoros, the item is marked "complete". You can no longer instantiate additional pomodoros based on the task without going through a two-step process to make it active again. I'd rather have the option to just have the task in the Pomo Cal and keep working pomodoros from it until I mark it complete. Similarly, I wish the user could decide what range of gcal entries to sync with the program (or a manual sync setting). Right now, it just syncs items with today's date or tomorrow's. I've been tracking pomodoros in a gcal for some time now. Some relate to unfinished projects. I'd love to have an easy way to get those in directly without manual data entry. Be nice if default on gcal tasks was to sync them back without having to check a box (keep forgetting to do that). Still, this is to be a cool and useful app.

Janak Ananthanarayanan

Unable to sync with google calendar I am unable to sync tasks with google calendar even after selecting the calender. Unable to import also. Whether to manually activate? How? It is not doing automatically!

Jim McKinstray

Jim M Uses way to much screen space to get so little done. This app consumes the entire screen, but doesn't know what to do with most of it. The UI is not intuitive, and the interface to Google Calendar is nearly useless. I've found that the simple little widget Clockwork Tomato works really well, and only takes up a little screen space to get it's job done.

Gijsbert van der Heijden

Getting better and better Though not perfect, amongst all pomodoro apps this seems the better one. Four stars for that. I added a fifth star because the developer is so very responsive. To get rid of adds I decided to take the donate version.

Nini Nguyen

I found this app, it's useful for me to save time and do my best at work. Thanks

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