Strongly remind you to take a break from the computer (open source, cross-platform)

Stretched It is an open source code, a reminder of cross-platform rest time. The Electron app is located in your tray, reminding you to take a break when using your computer.

The application is designed to be easy to use, but also very flexible. You can start using it immediately after installation without having to delve into its settings. After 10 minutes, it will notify you to rest for 20 seconds. It performs this operation every 10 minutes and performs a large 5-minute break every 30 minutes. You can customize the rest time and interval, as well as various other aspects, such as only enabling micro-intervals or intervals, enabling or disabling strict mode (intervals cannot be completed as soon as possible), and more advanced options.
You can pause the rest reminder for 1 hour, 2 hours, 5 hours from the stretch tray icon menu until morning or indefinitely.

Strongly remind you to take a break from the computer (open source, cross-platform)
Micro interrupt notification

By default, a breakthrough prompt (such as “open arms”, “look slowly to the left, then right”, “slowly tilt from head to side and hold for 5-10 seconds”, etc.), but you can open it to close the app Program settings.
The app also allows you to choose from 5 color themes and 3 sounds (or silent) at the end of the break:Flexible sound and color scheme

You can use the full screen mode for rest, but it does not work on Linux.
For future versions, the plan is to add a break history / timeline and implement a color picker to allow users to apply any desired color to the break notification background.
To extend the use of Gnome Shell, you need an extension, such as the AppIndicator support extension provided by default in Ubuntu. In Basic OS 5.0 Juno, you can re-enable Ayatana AppIndicators by following the instructions below.

Intensive download

Developers provide offline and web installers for Windows, and DMG for macOS. For Linux, GitHub version The page has binary files such as AppImage, RPM and DEB.
To stretch install from DEB or RPM software package to run at startup, open Startup Applications Or equivalent click AddAnd use the following command to stretch and add: /opt/stretchly/stretchly.