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Do more with Pomodoro Technique®.


Track your Performance
See how you're performing throughout the month.


As long as you practise the Pomodoro Technique you will see the progress of your performance.

Monitor your Work
Keep track of what types of tasks you're working on.


What's Pomodoro Technique?

A simple method that boosts your productivity.

  • Work 25 minutes.
  • Take a 5 minutes break.
  • Work other 25' followed by 5' break and so on.
  • Every 4 sessions of 25' work take a longer break.

Every interval of 25' is called 'Pomodoro'.

Start now
Install XorTime and try it out.

1. Choose a task.

Todo list

2. Set the Timer.

Timer button

Engage not to interrupt yourself and work until no Minute is left.

3. When the Timer rings

Could you spend all the 25 minutes on your Task?
Congratulations! You've completed your first Pomodoro®.
Put a checkmark.

4. Have a 5' break.

Stretch your legs, grab a coffee. This is an important aspect for your performance.


5. If your Task is not completed

you can set the Timer again and continue working on that. You may need more than 1 Pomodoro® to complete your Task.


Never enough time in the day..
Time is never enough, right?

We rush all the day but quite often we feel like we haven't done enough.

I was always super-busy on too many activities but - at the end of the day - I didn't feel happy with all the bunch of things still there on my Todo list.
And it was even hard to remember..     more..

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More info
The Pomodoro Technique® was invented by Francesco Cirillo.
It is an easy and effective method to focus on your job,
manage interruptions and increase productivity. Whether you are a student or
a worker you will soon enjoy the benefits of managing more efficiently your time
and daily activities. Download XorTime and try the Pomodoro Technique® right now!

To know more about the Pomodoro Technique®, please refer to the
official site

XorTime is an unofficial application of the Pomodoro Technique®.
This application is not affiliated with, associated with nor endorsed by the Pomodoro Technique® or Francesco Cirillo. The Pomodoro Technique® and Pomodoro™ are registered and filed trademarks by Francesco Cirillo.