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A simplified, web-based version of It’s Focus Time! is now available. Click here to use our free timer!

Features

It’s Focus Time! is a productivity tool that will help you boost your focus and manage your time more effectively. With its sleek design and rich set of features, this is the best productivity application in the market.With It’s Focus Time! you can:
– set daily targets and monitor your progress
– customize your sessions and breaks
– turn ticking and alarms on/off
– keep track of your all time totals and daily averages
– view your daily accomplishments for the past 30 days
– launch other apps when the timer is running in the background
– receive notifications when the time’s up
It’s Focus Time! is a universal application that runs on both on iPad and iPhone.

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It’s Focus Time! – The free timer for Android has launched

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532 days ago

I’m proud to announce that the Android version “It’s Focus Time!” has launched. It’s available for download in Google Play market and it is FREE! You can download it here Similar to its free online version, this elegantly designed, simple and easy … Continue reading

Free Online Timer It’s Focus Time! Launches

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554 days ago

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A debate: Recording Interruptions in Pomodoro Technique – Is it useful?

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593 days ago

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Pomodoro Technique – It’s a question of quality (time), not quantity

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643 days ago

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How to build focus? – Part 1

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659 days ago

Stating the obvious, our decreasing ability to keep our attention on our tasks has become a widespread global problem. The following graph taken from Google Trends show the increasing global interest in the topic “how to focus”.  The rapidly increasing … Continue reading