We write about the development of Flow as well as various topics like productivity, time management and more.
Joel Runyon runs several businesses and has achieved various milestones in his life as an entrepreneur and athlete. And he has been a passionate Flow user for years now.
We’ve been hard at work over the past month getting the iOS release ready as well as preparing our latest update for macOS. We’ll also talk a little bit about the challenges of working from home during Covid.
Since Francesco Cirillo first introduced it in the early 1990s, the Pomodoro Technique has helped transform millions of people’s lives.
It has been a while since we last talked about the future development of Flow. And with the turn of the year 2021, it seems to be a suitable time to take a look ahead.
The year is slowly coming to an end. A year marked by the Covid-19 pandemic and its consequences for so many people and businesses around the world. We reflect on our past year 2020.
Due to the fundamental style changes in macOS Big Sur, we have redesigned the Flow app icon so that it fits in with the style of the new environment.
We’re happy to announce the release of our major 2.0 update to Flow containing lots of improvements along with our long awaited Pro upgrade.
Over the past few months, we have received a lot of fantastic messages and feedback from our users. Many of them are developers, designers, freelancers, and entrepreneurs themselves.
It’s time for another quick development related blog post. As promised, we want to provide insights into our processes and the current development progress of Flow.
A look into the psychological aspects of flow and how our app can help you achieve this highly productive mental state by utilizing the pomodoro technique and by preventing distractions.
Since many of you were asking us about our future plans for Flow and what our roadmap might be, we thought it would be a good idea to start a proper devblog. So to start this blog off, let’s talk about future plans for Flow.