Tadam
Tadam
2.0.1

5.0

Tadam free download for Mac

Tadam

2.0.1
12 October 2016

Simple Pomodoro timer.

Overview

Tadam is a simple Pomodoro timer that stays out of your way and lets you get the work done. When it’s time for a break, a big window pops up, reminding you to take a break. You can’t ignore it - you can either take a break or choose to work a little more.

  • Simple: Few buttons, few features and no configuration. The simpler the better for your productivity.
  • At your fingertips: Tadam lives in the menu bar, so its always just a click away.
  • Out of the way: Glance at the icon and you already have a sense of how much time is left.
  • You can set a hotkey to invoke Tadam from anywhere.
  • You can control it entirely from your keyboard.
  • You can set custom work and break durations any time you want.
  • And you can shrink the break window if you want to spend it at your computer.

What's new in Tadam

Version 2.0.1:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11 or later

  • Fixed crash when "Send feedback" is clicked
  • After deactivating Tadam popover, previous app now gets focused
  • Cmd+M now toggles the miniature Break window

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2 Tadam Reviews

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Runty
14 October 2013

Most helpful

- Set a time of less than one minute or even zero, and on subsequent sessions it counts starting at negative on on to negative infinity apparently. - No way to set keyboard shortcuts for the basic actions : start, stop, pause, break.
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Version 1.2
macupdate-179
16 December 2015
The best Pomodoro App I know. Simple and easy to use, no distractions by Tadam (unlike Vitamin R what asks too many questions.) Tadam makes it difficult enough not to make the break and easy enough to have some extra time. Just perfect. The only thing I wish to be added, is the possibilities not to view the seconds (only the minutes) counting down.
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Version 1.4
Runty
14 October 2013
- Set a time of less than one minute or even zero, and on subsequent sessions it counts starting at negative on on to negative infinity apparently. - No way to set keyboard shortcuts for the basic actions : start, stop, pause, break.
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Version 1.2