Who Wants FREE Pomodoro Time Pro Codes? [Giveaway]

Pomodoro Time Pro

The Pomodoro Technique has been a household name for a long time now, what with people wanting to make the most of their time. The method was developed by Francesco Cirillo back in the late 1980s, and since then, we’ve seen a host of products capitalizing on the technique.

There is no doubt that the Pomodoro Technique in itself is effective, although it isn’t always for everyone. If you haven’t tried it, here’s a starting point: The Pomodoro Technique: Is It Right For You?

Alternatively, why not just dive in and give it a try? Worst case scenario, you’ll find out it doesn’t fit you.

That’s what we’re going to help you out with today.

Denys Yevenko, the developer of the Pomodoro Time Pro: Focus Timer & Goal Tracker for work and study based on Pomodoro Technique ™ app, has partnered up with AppleGazette and is giving away THREE codes for the Mac app (selling at $4.99).

With all the Pomodoro Technique apps and tools out there, why try the Pomodoro Time Pro?

It’s simple. It’s easy to use. The interface is lovely in its simplicity.

Pomodoro Time Pro

I also like the visuals for tracking your progress.

Pomodoro Time Pro

Since Pomodoro Time Pro is available for iOS as well, you can sync your data across all your devices.

Pomodoro Time Pro

Who’s ready to grab some codes to get the Mac app?

Follow the instructions below, and you’re good to go.

Important: The giveaway runs from today, April 20 until Friday, April 24. The winners will be announced on April 27.

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  1. A hard core PC gamer
    I tend to go off the time limits and play long long hours without any sign of interruption 😛