Focus Keeper, a customizable Pomodoro timer with task management that works on desktop and mobile apps, has announced the release of the Web version of the app.
The app is inspired by the Pomodoro Technique, a time management method that encourages individuals to work with the time they have—rather than against it. The 25-minute work sprints are the core of the technique, allowing individuals to stay focused on any task they are working on, such as studying, writing, or coding. It helps increase productivity, helping users understand their strong and weak sides and make decisions.
Effectively managing time boosts focus and improves productivity. Greater focus enables individuals to capture bigger opportunities in life. And while it seems hectic, as long as people manage their time properly, they can get everything done. That’s where Focus Keeper comes into the picture. The time management tool also helps people avoid burnout, helping them resist burnout by self-interruptions and re-train their brains.
Customizable options include the ability to choose alarm sounds, set any sound separately for each session, and set different volume sounds for each ticking and alarm sound.
In addition, users can also set any colors separately for each session, reset the Focus Count at midnight automatically, and toggle on the Icon Badge for ticking minutes. The app also features a Focus Reminder where users can set when they want to be notified to use Focus Keeper through weekdays and weekends.
“We plan to expand the product so that more users can access the product and existing users can utilize the multi-platform,” a representative of Focus Keeper states.
To use the Focus Keeper productive timer, users must set a timer to 25 minutes and start. They can then maximize their focus without distraction during focus sessions. Afterward, users can take a 5-minute short break. After four sessions, they can take a 15-30 minutes long break.
In a review, a Focus Keeper user on the AppStore described Focus Keeper as a “game-changer.”
“It’s an external structure for organizing your time. Because if you have ADHD, you do not have an internal one. The cue in between breaks and focus time is the most pleasant little ding. Working from home has been awful for me because my brain wants to putter and clean the house, but I have to get work done. This easily helps me,” the user writes.
Charlie Jin, another user, described it as a “really good app” that uses the Pomodoro Technique.
“If you use Pomodoro, it’s really good. I am always grateful to use it. I would like to recommend it to anyone. I can’t believe this app is free,” writes Charlie.
Focus Keeper’s global cumulative app download has already exceeded 3 million, making it one of the most downloaded time management tools of 2022. Focus Keeper 2.0, an updated version of the app now available for download on iPhone, iPad, and Android phones, increases productivity even more with a redesigned app and a more intuitive interface. Focus Keeper showcases a new look with new features and smart functionality, allowing users to stay focused.
Those who want to take their productivity to the next level may download the app right away to get started. Others who wish to learn more about Focus Keeper may visit the website for more information.