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By Andreaaaaa, Member on 10th January 2014, 06:18 PM
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23rd February 2014, 10:05 PM |#61  
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Don't worry about the bugs. I got this for free, so, thank you, Andrea!

For the second bug:
After stopping the activity or break, I want to exit the application by pressing the back-button. Although it seems that the application window is zooming out in order to close the app, nothing happens. The screen just "jumps", indicating that the app was brought to the foreground and it is not possible to exit the app via the back-button.

However, if I press the home-button, the app closes aa expected.

It's nothing major, but I was really surprised the first time and thought I had several instances if the app running.

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1st March 2014, 02:41 PM |#62  
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Hi guys!

New version's out! There's a new UI which supports landscape view, is less cluttered, more future-proof (it'll be easier to add new features) and comes with animations and shadows

Unfortunately, I had to drop support for pre-ICS devices, it now works only with Android 4.0+
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17th December 2015, 02:50 PM |#63  
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Great app. Please can you consider adding Tasker as an option like some other competing apps? Just a way of Clearfocus pushing a message to Tasker stating if a work period is active or not? Ta.
27th January 2016, 08:02 PM |#64  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by scutworker

Great app. Please can you consider adding Tasker as an option like some other competing apps? Just a way of Clearfocus pushing a message to Tasker stating if a work period is active or not? Ta.

+1 for Tasker integration here!
Or you could simply tell us if there's any intent sent by clearfocus on timer start/end (and any other events) that Tasker can listen to
17th February 2016, 07:40 PM |#65  
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Battery Saving
I have unique suggestion for the app

People who use pomodoro, they use it at every task. So literally, if I am a pomodoro user then I have to use Clear Focus 70% time of the day. As a result, my battery will drain quicker as running stopwatch for a long time drains a lot of battery.

So I suggest that you introudce a battery saving feature: instead of running the tumer continuously, the app will register the alarm every 25 min, and then a 5 min break. In this way, the battery will be saved because you don't have to keep the timer running continuously.
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