This project is no longer maintained. I would be happy if someone else takes control of the project.


OpenPomo is a family of Android applications that implement the Pomodoro Technique. They let you define your own tasks with deadlines, priorities. Some OpenPomo versions also remotely retrieve tasks from various services. OpenPomo is derived from its old father – Pomodroid – that was a single Android application written for a University course.

OpenPomo Logo

How are OpenPomo Apps different from all other Pomodoro-based timers? They all are opensource software. This means that, if you want to modify some parts of your OpenPomo program, you just have to grab the source code and tweak it to suit your needs. All the source codes are available for free, while some OpenPomo Apps on the market are available for a (very) small fee in order to support the development.

About the Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method that can be used for any kind of task. For many people, time is an enemy. The anxiety triggered by “the ticking clock”, especially when a deadline is involved, leads to ineffective work and study habits which in turn lead to procrastination. The aim of the Pomodoro Technique is to use time as a valuable ally in accomplishing what we want to do in the way we want to do it, and to enable us to continually improve the way we work or study.

The Technique is heavily explained on a 60+ pages book published on the website. Please visit the official website for more explanations.

OpenPomo Family

OpenPomo Simple edition

OpenPomo Simple Main Screen
Insert a Task
OpenPomo Simple Todo Today Sheet
OpenPomo simple is a simple productivity suite that implements the Pomodoro Technique: it features a Todo Today Sheet, two modes for defining task (normal and quick mode), a Recycle Bin, a Pomodoro Timer and many useful settings such as vibration on events, dim light for battery savings. It was completely re-written from Pomodroid source code and features a very simple to use, standard user interface. Tap on a task to decide the actions to be performed, long tap it for see more details.
Running Pomodoro
Notifications when running in Background
OpenPomo Simple Preferences


OpenPomo Simple is freely available on the Android Market at the following link:

OpenPomo Pro edition

OpenPomo Pro Main Screen
OpenPomo Pro Activity Inventory Sheet
OpenPomo Pro Todo Today Sheet
OpenPomo Pro edition is productivity suite that implements the Pomodoro Technique: it features an Activity Inventory Sheet, a Todo Today Sheet, two modes for defining task (normal and quick mode), a Pomodoro Timer, simple stats about your tasks and many useful settings such as vibration on events, dim light for battery savings.
Running Pomodoro
OpenPomo Pro Statistics

Task Details


OpenPomo Pro is available on the Android Market for 0,79 € at the following link:
The small fee is for showing your support on the project. Remember that you can also grab the source code for free, and build it by yourself.

OpenPomo Trac edition

Coming soon, with support on multiple Trac accounts for remote fetching the tickets and work on them under the Pomodoro Technique.

Bugs / Feature Requests / Feedback

I am very much interested to hear your voice. You can report a bug or suggest a new feature in two ways:

OpenPomo License

All the OpenPomo apps are released under the GPL 3 license and the sourcecode is hosted on Github. Everybody is free to contribute and join the project.

Source Code

OpenPomo code is hosted on: Search for the different branches in order to modify the version you are interested in.


Here are many screenshots of the OpenPomo family

About Author


Dr. Daniel Graziotin is a senior researcher (Akademischer Rat) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research interests include human, behavioral, and psychological aspects of empirical software engineering, studies of science, and open science. He is associate editor at the Journal of Open Research Software and academic editor at the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal. Daniel was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers in 2017, the European Design Award (bronze) in 2016, and the Data Journalism Award in 2015. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.