WorkRave Write a review about this language tool.
Please refer to the feature comparison for a complete list of features, and how the program performs with respect to other programs on the market. The program runs on GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows.
If you know you will keep "pausing" your breaks - to your own bad health - you can tell it to put a limit on the number of times you can put off taking a break.
The app shows pictures of stretches you can do for stretch breaks - which helps a lot for all the keyboarding and mousing we do. I can tell a difference even with a few stretches a day. Plus: the sheep icon is super cute.
The developers have resumed updating the app
I don’t like...
The look and feel doesn't look modern and sleek for a more business-like impression if I'm screen-sharing or a colleague walks by. The graphics look a little cheesy.
The sheep icon is cute but risks giving a frivolous impression. OTOH it makes me smile, which reduces stress!
- vincent1 weeks ago
|1 weeks ago|
I use this app all the time, it is simple, yet useful. But it seems abandoned (last update was in 2014), so I give it only 4 stars...
|1 weeks ago|
I have been using EyeLeo, but it’s almost stopped working. Went out to find a replacement. And Workrave is working just fine. Someone below said it was memory hungry. I didn’t notice. Only eats 20MB of RAM. It’s nothing these days. Don’t make me laugh. The design is fine and I like it for now. Will be checking out others to see if there is still something better. Save your eyes. Be no fool.
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