A simple and customizable pomodoro timer for the web

Pomofocus is a customizable pomodoro timer app that works on desktop & mobile browser. The aim of this app is to help you focus on any task you are working on, such as study, writing, or coding.
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Love the simplicity and design! You should consider making this into a Chrome/Firefox plugin. It would be nice to start and stop from the browser instead of keeping the website running on a separate tab.
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@haydmills Thanks for the comment. I've never thought about that, but that idea sounds great. I will check it out and see what I can do.
I have created this app to help users focus on any activity they have committed to do. Although this is a web-based app, it remembers your setting and saved activities. So, configure the app to suit your preference. If you like it or not, please do not hesitate to reach me out. I really want to hear your feedback.
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Love the simplicity of this product. Great job! You know what would be a nice feature? To have it display a web notification when the timer hits 0. This is because I know people (and sometimes I do too) that work listening to music on their headphones plugged into their phones or other media player. So the chime could be easily missed.
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@jorge_dieguez Thank you for the advice. Oh yes, that's true. That feature will definitely be added soon :) https://developer.mozilla.org/en...
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Look forward to trying it out this week! Just curious, what'd you build the UI in? Looks beautiful!
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@grahampark Thank you! The frontend is built it with React and Styled Component.
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@uzu_yuya Nice! I'm just starting to get into front end and hadn't heard of Styled Component. I'll have to check it out, thanks!
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Beautifully designed. Would love a chrome extension —much better alternative to Momentum and others.
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@antonio_dmya Thank you! Yes, seems like chrome extension would be the next todo. I have never built chrome extension, so will dig into that.