Forest is an app helping you stay away from your smartphone and stay focused on your work. It is like the Tomato Timer as time is broken down into 25-minute chunks, but you grow trees during the focused 25-minute session. You can also block some websites so they become inaccessible during your 25-minute session.
TomatoTimer is a flexible and easy to use online Pomodoro Technique Timer. You set the timer for 25 minutes and during that time, you are to ONLY work on your chosen task. Five minute breaks are built in after 25-minute chunks of time are used. This is a great technique to use to pace yourself through longer work sessions.
Noisli is a fantastic background noise and color generator for working and relaxing. You can set-up "playlists" for your favourite background sounds and use the timer feature too. This website (and app) is great for students who can't work in silence, but find that they get distracted by their music choices.
With Flipd, before a class starts, you can receive a mobile reminder from Flipd to Flip Off for class, and the app measures your successful time spent unplugged throughout the semester.
Enjoy brain training created by scientists and game designers. This could be an alternative way to take a break during study sessions.
Moment is an iOS app that automatically tracks how much you use your iPhone and iPad each day. If you’re using your phone too much, you can set daily limits on yourself and be notified when you go ove
Need a study break? PauseAble starts with a simple touch. Gently glide your finger across the screen of your phone. Beautiful visuals and melodic sounds focus and guide you to mindfulness. There is a website and there is the PauseAble app too.