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Effortless

Stay focused and beat procrastination on your Mac.

Effortless is a mac app that helps you Stay focused

Progress Bar OSX

This is your life and it's ending ⏳ one minute at a time

Progress Bar OSX shows you exactly how much % of the year, month and day has progressed in your OSX menu bar. Inspired by Year Progress tweets

Medium
3 month ago, I quit my job to follow my passion and make my own products. Progress Bar OS X was my second project in my 1 year challenge. This is the story of how I made it, specifically written to...
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Done

Build habits and track your progress multiple times a day 📊✅

Done helps you create healthy routines by helping you set goals, tracking your progress, and then motivating you with streaks/chains. Unlike so many other habit apps, Done lets you set a goal and track it MULTIPLE times a day, not just one time per day.

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Thought Train

Stop using sticky notes to remember what you're doing 📒 🚫

Ever catch yourself wondering "what was I busy with just now?" while aimlessly wondering around Product Hunt or checking email?

I sure do, and so I created Thought Train:

✅ It's a menu bar app

✅ It keeps a list of your thoughts / tasks

✅ Highlight more than one thought, and they'll scroll like a carousel

✅ Clear them when you're done

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Marc Perel- Coded LayersWP. Co-founded Obox.
It's certainly not a replacement, but an app I created to compliment your workflow. Always having your notes at a glance means you don't have to switch tabs or lose concentration.
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Marc Perel- Coded LayersWP. Co-founded Obox.
When you're studying it's likely that you have 100s of browser tabs and 10s of apps open. Taking notes is a pain, but tabbing around is even worse. Thought Train helps you solved that burden by keeping your short notes accessible at all times.
Medium
A post for those who care about how apps are priced, and how people behave when faced with choice... TL;DR: I changed from free "pay what you want" to $3,99+ and earnings have drastically stabilised.
MacGeneration
Thought Train est un utilitaire très simple qui permet de gérer quelques tâches basiques. Ne cherchez pas un gestionnaire de projets complets, avec dates et mot-clés, ici l'idée est simplement de noter ce que vous devez faire dans la journée, ou quelque chose à garder en tête.
Indie Hackers
Almost a full year ago, I came up with the idea for an app which would help me get the better of my mild add using a very simple method: putting notes into my Mac OS Menubar, where I can glance at them without switching tabs.
Lifehacker
I typically start every work day by creating a list of the things I need to accomplish that day. Once something I did in the Notes app, I eventually moved to just using a page in a notebook.
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Time 2

Stay focused and crush procrastination

We all know and hate the guilty feeling we get when we procrastinate. With Time 2, that feeling is a thing of the past. To use the app, you add a task like "Tweak Sketch mockups, 30 minutes.” & a brightly colored timer counts down as you work. This timer helps you feel a slight twinge of pressure so you get your work done.

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Shaan Singh- Blue Cocoa, Harvard.
If you like the feeling of completing a task, Time 2 gives you that feeling on steroids! Additionally, it's really great for: 1) organizing your whole week, 2) staying focused on your work as you're doing it, and 3) tracking your daily effectiveness. And all in one clean design! It's basically a distraction killer in your pocket.
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Shaan Singh- Blue Cocoa, Harvard.
Time 2 will help you stop procrastinating and start getting work done with less stress! It uses psychology and visual cues to keep you focused. It's a distraction killer in your pocket.
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