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Is there any cloud based Pomodoro client software which can synchronize with all types of devices like laptops, mobile phones, and desktops?

A software like Dropbox but a personal productivity software. I have been using Pomodoro app but it can't synchronize my activity list with my mobile phone or other devices. My platforms are Windows, Linux and Android.

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You can find a few web-based pomodoro timers here:… – Anderson Green Feb 3 '13 at 6:54
@AndersonGreen.Thanks but i already found some web based tools.But i need a tool which is a client for cloud storage.Primary bottle neck of web based is ,Offline work is not possible. – PST Feb 3 '13 at 7:19
What kind of information do you want to store using the cloud storage client? – Anderson Green Feb 3 '13 at 7:22
@AndersonGreen."Todo list" and i need to synchronize my to do list with my laptop when i am using laptop and run promodoro based timer. – PST Feb 3 '13 at 7:36
This post… is about computer-based timers, did you go through those? – Jan Doggen Jun 22 '13 at 18:46

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From the above:

"Your todolist and Pomodoro records stay updated across all your devices. You can use Pomotodo anywhere and anytime you want, even offline!"

"Contains full workflow management. Collect ideas, schedule works, finish tasks and review history right in the app."

'nuff said.

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Have you tried Google Keep? It works well across the platforms you mention.

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PomodoroApp is a cloud-based multi platform GTD and Pomodoro timer.

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I like kanbanflow. It combines a kanban style to do list with the pomodoro method. I run it on my work computer through Chrome, and it has an Android and Iphone versions too.

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