Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro

Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro for Pc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-31
  • Current version: 2.5.2
  • File size: 103.26 MB
  • Developer: AppFinca Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro on your Windows PC

Download Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro for Windows: Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro is an Productivity App, developed by AppFinca Inc.. The Productivity App was officially released 2017-09-07. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - AppFinca Inc., with the latest current version being 2.5.2 which was officially released on 2018-10-31. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 9,844 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro application icon. A window of Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Flora - Focus, Habit, Pomodoro

Developer Description

Just can't put down the phones? Flora is here to help. Whenever you and friends want to stay away from the distraction on smartphones, plant a seed together (or alone) using Flora. As you focus on what's more important in the real life, the seed will gradually grow into a healthy tree. But if anyone cannot resist using the phone, the tree will be killed. This way, Flora creates a shared goal that helps you and friends put down the phones and be productive in an effective and pleasant way. USE WHEN: * limiting your screen time and getting freedom from social media, games and digital life; * staying focused (alone or together) at work, school or home to clear your to-do list and achieve your goals; * being present and enjoying moments with friends & family, such as morning routines, lunch, dinner, events, etc.; * paying attention to yourself and being relaxed & mindfulness; * developing healthy habits of sleep; * save your own life (and others') while driving; and much more! FEATURES: * A self-motivated and fun way helps you and friends beat phone overuse, procrastination, ADHD, and study blue; * No VPN required to block content—grow trees; * The guilt of killing a tree stop you from using those addictive apps or games; * Based on the pomodoro technique (aka a pomodoro timer, tomato timer, or focus keeper) to increases your productivity and self-control; * Set goals and reminders (aka a goal tracker or a do-to list reminder) to plant trees regularly; * Turn your good will into healthy trees into a lush forest where each tree presents something you have done in real life; * Sail in the gamified Grand Tour. Now, putting your phone down is a fun game to play; * Unlock new trees day by day and gradually build a good habit of focus (aka a habit tracker or habit keeper); * Share your trees or forest on Google Classroom, Remind, Class Dojo, Quizlet or other communities to motivate people; * Share who killed a tree (ouch); * See your friends' accomplishments and cheer with them. WHAT'S NEW: * Need STRONG incentive to concentrate? Challenge yourself by setting a Price before planting a tree. So, if you kill the tree you pay the price to plant a REAL tree on Earth. Go off your phone or go helpful. Sounds cool! * Active your Flora Care service to plant a REAL tree every time when your total focused hours reach your goal. So, you turn your mental power into long-term financial aid to families in our rural communities. That's even cooler! NOTE: * Flora supports OFFLINE planting so you can stay focused at anywhere you want. To use it, please go offline BEFORE pressing the Start button in the main screen. * For those who are curious about the relationship between the Flora and Forest apps: Flora and Forest developers were coming from the same lab in a university. The two apps were initially designed to complement each other—Forest on single-user scenarios and Flora on multi-user tree planting. However, after Flora launched on the US market in Aug 2017 and gained some popularity, the Forest developers cloned the multi-user planting function in Feb 2018 and started charging this feature for money. Since then, the partnership between the two apps terminates. Flora is the original app that helps you enjoy moments with your friends and family, and it's FREE! Download Flora and join our 100,000+ happy users now!

App Reviews

  • Great Overall App

    By eshermz
    I started using Flora in the middle of August at the beginning of my senior year of college, and apparently, I’ve studied/stayed focused for over 100 hours! Which is great because I was recently diagnosed w/ severe ADHD. This app has been such a useful tool in helping me actually put my phone down and focus on my schoolwork. Not only that, but seeing exactly where my time goes when I do study via the convenient “tags” feature helps me to efficiently plan out my days so I know exactly how much time I need to spend on which subject. However, my only questions/concerns are a.) can you only have 6 tags? I’ve tried to make more, but I can’t find a way to create a new tag or even delete old ones. Even just adding a section about this to the FAQs would be really helpful; b.) sometimes I’ll set a timer, and since Flora has gotten me used to not checking my phone for 1+ hour(s) at a time, I’ll go back an hour or so later to check how much time I have left to find that the app reset, and all that progress I made was lost! This can be very frustrating especially when I’m specifically trying to study a certain amount of hours per day. Other than that, great app; thanks to the developers for helping me stay focused this year!!
  • Effective!

    By _eris_li
    I really love this app; it’s helped me be so productive, haha. It’s simple but works really well. The Grand Tour feature is also really cool! Plus, I like how you can set goals and how many hours you want to focus on the goal, although it would be nice to be able to reset the goals like every week or something. Another idea is maybe to have an option where you can silence notifications from other apps while planting a tree, because I know those lock screen text notifications can be very tempting, haha. Also, it would be cool if a timer could be added to your phone’s lock screen while planting so you know how much time you have left. Or maybe a widget. Finally, I think there’s a glitch of what plants I planted? When I planted one orange, it somehow duplicated and replaced other existing plants so now I have three oranges instead of the just one orange that I planted. I don’t mind that much though, since it still looks very nice, haha. Overall, I love the concept of this app and how it lets me channel my inner focus!
  • Couple bugs

    By Effy_wolf
    Pros: really does help me and my sister to focus on our work together and overall a really helpful app with lots of nice features. The all around the world feature is by far my favourite as well as the group planting aspect. Very helpful app overall if you just want to get off you phone. Cons: there are a couple bugs which I feel need to be addressed. One is that sometimes when logging in with Facebook it’ll say the login isn’t associated with a account but opening the page in safari seems to let you log in as normal. Another con is the fact that it’s Facebook only but I understand that the team is looking at adding more options soon so it’s not that big a deal. Just a small feature I would like is for me to see on my lock screen the time remaining as a notification so that I don’t have to unlock my phone but that’s just a nitpick. Overall: the app works great and gets the job done. Obviously there are downsides which many people see as having a big impact, but personally if you don’t mind using an old Facebook or making a throwaway one, it helps a lot and I would highly recommend.
  • Facebook mandate

    By AletheaAy
    Flora is a great app and concept, I’m not sure if this or Forest: stay focused, came first but either way I appreciate the idea and the fact that this app is free makes it accessible. It truly does help my workflow. However the face that you HAVE to log in with a Facebook account is annoying and frankly a huge turn off to a lot of users, especially those in the 16-24 range I imagine. If the app wants folx to plant seeds together consider looking into airplay compatibility or simply generating share codes for long distance collaboration. Finally and this is a minor note, I used one other app similar to this and one of the touches I appreciated was as you racked up more time you unlocked different plants and could get an overview of your ‘garden.’ Perhaps integrating these features would veer to close to a copy right infringement. I’m not sure. But overall flora gets the job done it’s highly customisable in terms of time and relatively intuitive; though I will say returning to the planting screen after finishing a session isn’t the smoothest transition. 3/5 keep going !
  • Good, but a bit buggy

    By MissJubilee
    I love how this app encourages me to put down my phone and keep my hands off for a time. Also, a recent update lets me plant while offline. And of course it’s cool that o can plant a real tree with a donation. However, there are still a lot of bugs in the basic functions. If I plant offline and then turn the WiFi on, or vice versa, the finished plant doesn’t show up in my garden. And if I open the app while offline, it often gives me a login page that requires me to turn the WiFi on again and log in via Facebook - which I’m usually not willing to do at that point, since my goal was to get OFF the phone and internet. Strangely, when I come back to the app with the internet on, later, it doesn’t require me to log in again, but goes straight to the planting screen. I really don’t think an app about putting down your phone should require any login, internet, or other special steps to use unless the user requests to make it a social event for that particular time. (It also requires a social use to get past level 9.)
  • Good yet Frustrating

    By Bo116
    I do like the incentive to put down the phone & focus, BUT there are two main problems. First, it is dificult to navigate the "grand tour" because it MANDATES that you get a friend to play, and some of us don't like to prosyletize our apps (or "play" with friends in this way). Since I didn't invite a friend to play with me, it just stpped progressing, which was quite depressing. Second, sometimes the app stopped counting down when my iPhone went to black screen. So I'd be focusing for 50 minutes, and over an hour later I'd check my phone (why don't I have a tree yet?) and the countdown clock would be at 48:33. I found that I had to keep the screen live the whole time sometimes just to get it to actually countdown - which was beyond annoying and really undermined the entire purpose of the focus app which is, after all, to focus AWAY from the phone. That glitch seemed to be fixed when I restarted everything, but still, quite annoying.
  • It’s good

    By meloan
    I like the idea, and it works well for what it is. It has helped me control my impulse to use my phone. One time I left the app without even thinking about it and then freaked out and reopened the app. Luckily because I hadn’t entered another app, my tree survived :) The reason I took off a star is the in-app purchases. I thought I would be able to plant real trees without paying, but I was wrong. That isn’t a big problem, but I wish I could help while still being a starving student. I also do not want to participate in the paying section that involves putting money on your ability to stay off your phone. Overall I use the free parts and like it. The tags are cool because I can see what I’ve worked on. I think I’ll be using the app in class too because I have a bad habit of checking my email instead of paying attention.
  • Good stuff

    By magikarp1234
    I really really like Flora as a way to set my phone aside and get stuff done! Aside from some crashing issues that have since been resolved, I haven’t had any problems. It’s simple - you plant a seed, adjust how much time it will take to “grow,” and then you’re obligated to stay within the app in order to keep your plantling alive! It’s a great idea, and sooner or later I’m going to get around to digging into the other options it has (I’m really in need of one that lets me set goals of different types, because I’m trying to keep up a couple different habits at once - will see if that’s an option here). Anyway, give it a try if you’re looking for a cute way to turn your phone (and all its distractions) into a brick for a while!
  • Hands down to the best app ever!🤩🤩🤩🥳

    By crystalxxxxx
    Seriously though, I love this app so much! I just downloaded it because I thought it was the Forest app that I used previously. But i started using this app and I’m in love! I love the fact that you can use your own money as a “mortgage”, which really gives me pressure NOT to touch my phone !!! Well comparing to last time I used Forest, I didn’t care even if the plant died because it didn’t have much effect on me! So now with this app and my own money in danger(lol) I could actually force myself not to use my phone!!! GOOD JOB TO THE DEVELOPERS ILY XOXOXO HOPE YOU GET #1 IN PRODUCTIVITY LOLLL I HAVE FAITH (PS. Is there any other way to customize the name and pic and stuff? I don’t wanna use my FB profile pic it’s really ugly lol)
  • SO disappointed

    By Biyxtren
    I had been using this app faithfully and liked it more than the similar app that you have to pay for. Recently, I woke up to a dead tree and notifications that made no sense whatsoever. I had one notification from 3 hours prior saying my tree had grown successfully (no such tree ever showed on my feed). Then I had a notification from 2 hours and 40 minutes after that saying to go check on my tree. I never planted another tree. There was no tree to check on. But apparently I killed this make believe tree and that is all that shows on my feed for that day instead of the tree that I actually grew. I can't even delete the dead tree that I didn't kill. There is no customer service whatsoever so there's not even any point in "leaving feedback" in the app. They have only ever responded once despite multiple issues and have never done anything to fix any of said issues. Haven't used the app since.