Flow - Focus & Pomodoro Timer

Flow - Focus & Pomodoro Timer for PC and Mac

Published by Yugen on 2024-07-15

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.11
  • Category: Education
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 3.6.0
  • File size: 10.32 MB


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Flow Overview

What is Flow? Flow is a productivity app that helps users stay focused and productive by dividing their workflow into sections with defined breaks. The app uses the Pomodoro technique, which is scientifically proven to increase focus and motivation while reducing stress. Flow offers a Pomodoro timer with work intervals and breaks, notifications to remind users of short breaks, statistics to track completed sessions, and several duration options. The app also syncs data with Apple Health, has a minimalistic design, and is compatible with Dark Mode. Flow is developed by Yugen, a small independent developer studio based in Frankfurt, Germany. The app offers a subscription-based service called Flow Pro, which automatically renews unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period through the user's iTunes account.


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Flow - Focus & Pomodoro Timer Features and Description

1. Flow is a tiny but mighty app that helps you working on a task, studying for school or simply keeping focus without being distracted for a certain amount of time.

2. Flow divides your workflow into sections with defined breaks and thereby enables you to stay focused easily.

3. We want to make Flow even better! Please give us your honest feedback in order to help us fix bugs and improve the app.

4. We strive to create products that help people in their everyday life with intuitive user experiences and minimalistic design.

5. Join hundreds of thousands of happy users enjoying this simple way to stay focused and productive.

6. This method is scientifically proven to be efficient in increasing your focus and motivation while reducing stress.

7. We will update Flow regularly based on your feedback.

8. Yugen is a small independent developer studio based in Frankfurt, Germany.

9. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period through your iTunes account.

10. Our team is devoted to making great apps that we want to use ourselves.

11. Use Flow and get things done.



Pros:

  • - Simple and clean user interface
  • - Tracks how many pomodoros you do and compiles weekly statistics
  • - Ability to select the lengths of your long break, short break, and flow
  • - Forces user to take breaks

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13

FAQs

Flow - Focus & Pomodoro Timer - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism


  • By miloofcroton

    Almost perfect

    This is the only Pomodoro timer on the App Store that doesn't do too much or too little, and it's not super buggy. The interface is beautiful too. It is missing one main feature that bothers me a little, which is the lack of a full screen notification when it's time for break. I contacted the developer though, and he got back to me immediately saying that he was happy to hear from me and that it is on the roadmap. I have to give him extra props for that level of communication.


  • By aliakbar-m

    Minimalist but Effective Approach to Pomodoro Technique

    I have tried almost every pomodoro app on App Store, this is hands down the best one so far. The others either lack a friendly UI / UX or have packed so much extra functionality that the very goal of the app is lost in sight! While there are some minor changes I would have wanted to see like a proper centralized settings page (minimal as the rest of the app UI) I give it 5 stars as a well-done focus timer was much needed on PC platform. Kudos to the developers and keep up the good work!


  • By Jamiemoney88

    Great for studying flashcards

    So far I have really liked Flow for studying, specifically for flash cards. I like that it has a Blacklist option so I do not get distracted by messages, etc while I am doing my Flashcards. I also like that I have to hit start on the break because sometimes the timer goes off in the middle of me answering the flashcard and I finish and then get my full break. I like it, personally, you will have to try it for yourself to see if you enjoy using it. It's free, so no big risk


  • By Nordicskigirl

    Tripples productivity!

    Im a full time freelance Illustrator and Flow has maxmized my efficiency in countless ways. It keeps me from getting too hung up on details and encourages me to focus on a primary goal I want to accomplish in the set time. Also, I am able to set a timer for a move break every hour so I dont get back pain or burnout. I love the simple functionality and its not an eyesore on my desktop. Takes no time out of my day to navigate complex scheduling and alarms. Just a great, simple timer. :)


  • By Laela Overmoyer

    Issues with pomorodo in general?

    I only just got this app, but I've shied away from pomorodo apps in genreal because they're so rigid. What if I start out thinking I want to work for 20 minutes, only to find out that I can, in fact, work 60? I don't want to be reminded to take a break at 20 because then I'll lose motivation. But, on the other hand, if there's a situation where I plan to work for 60 minutes and can only manage 20, how do I work around that? I just think pomorodo should be more flexible, that would really maximize everything. I don't know myself well enough to be able to plan that kind of thing, and theoretically this app would help me to figure that out, but in the meantime I've just got this mental block. I've got ADHD so it feels like every second counts and I need all the motivation I can get, but I also can't put too much pressure on myself and I don't know where the boundary is. It would be great if, at the end of each session, there would be two choices to click on: break, or continue working. You'd get a motivating message if you continue, and a comforting message if you have a break. After a while, with being able to view the completed sessions, you'll be able to see exactly what times work for you and what to expect.


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