Days Since: Quit Habit Tracker 17+

Sober Recovery Day Counter

A Couple of Friends OOD

Designed for iPhone

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Days Since can help you break any bad habit.

Create a counter for each habit that you are trying to get rid of. If you are trying to quit smoking, create a counter and set the last time you had a cigarette. The app will show you how long it’s been since you smoked for the last time. Tracking your progress will help you stay motivated.

Whenever you want to smoke again, open Days Since and check your progress. You don’t want to reset that counter, do you?

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What’s New

Version 2.7.2

An issue in version 2.7.1 was identified that was affecting a small number of users. This release reverts the change until we find a better solution.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
8.4K Ratings

8.4K Ratings

Matterettam ,

Really Amazing App!!!

I’ve had a few bad habits that I have managed to quit using this app. I’ve said goodbye to junk food, too much inactivity, and smoking. I’ve also been spending significantly less time on my phone these days. Now I just say, like probably many people, I had reached a crossroads. So as to say, once I dropped all my bad habits successfully, it felt as if there was nothing special about it other than knowing I’m on a road to better health. For anyone who may be struggling with that, there’s a few things I’ve learned and gained in addition from just reflecting on myself and my past bad habits. Removing bad habits (addictions) allows you to live in the present moment. Admittedly, this was very scary at first. You become highly aware of your own mortality. I have learned to embrace it though and I am working on building productive habits to replace the bad habits. So my advice to you is to work on replacing the bad habits with healthy and productive habits. Because if not then you will be left with a void. You’re going to feel this emptiness. This sense of losing purpose. Keep in mind that bad habits you used to do constantly kept your mind distracted and running from traumas and such. It’s a good opportunity to face all of your traumas head on and let go of everything bad. It will be easier than you think. Don’t question the process. Just trust it.

Recentful ,

Appreciate it, would like to suggest more.

I’m satisfied with the simplicity of this app. I’m currently using it for a sobriety counter, and would like to suggest some features that could potentially be helpful. I also understand if these suggestions are not the direction you’re going for, as I can tell by the design it’s more to be used as a simple counter/tool. Anyway, the first suggestion I had was any sort of notification-specific rewards or reminders. Something like “your ___ counter has reached ___ days, congrats!” And maybe having an option to select from a negative, neutral, or positive message or set to none/no notifications. These can be counter specific as well. (Hypothetically). My next suggestion was a “stop counting” option, like if you no longer want to count it after a certain amount of days, and then maybe a notification that was like “your ____ counter stopped, check it out!” (I don’t know) Or a way to make it so that certain lack of use doesn’t count towards your overall progress statistics—sometimes I forget to track or have something else going on that day and don’t want my lack of counting to affect the statistics of the progress I’ve made. I can probably think of more but at the moment I’m stumped and should be getting some sleep. So goodnight and thank you for this great app.

Developer Response ,


Thank you so much for taking the time to share your suggestions!

Тwo days ago we release version 2.0 that contains reminders that can be set individually per counter. The only thing that is not added to the reminders feature yet is customization of the test show in the notification.

For the other suggestions, I am not sure I understand well the use cases. Do you mind to contact us at to tell us more details about them?

Best regards,

Nickname1028748 ,

Genuine dev team

First off, the development team seems genuine and true to their word that they are here to help. If you look at other apps on the AppStore a lot of them seem like they want to help but money is definitely a driving factor for them. The fact that this team gives you a week trial and tells you to set a calendar reminder to cancel so you won’t be charged is huge. The app is about $20 a year after the trial which to me I usually wouldn’t consider paying. Due to the genuine attitude this team is portraying I have absolutely no problem paying. They don’t sell your data and what they keep is anonymized according to their privacy policy. The app is simple, looks good, and is straight to the point.

One feature that this app lacks that I would love to see is the ability to edit a note after resetting a timer. I often reset the timer with a note, and reset it again after vaping with a new note on how I feel about what I just did or how my day was going etc. I would like to edit the note so I can do this without impacting the timer.

Other than that missing feature, this app is great and I love the widget. Keep up the work, I and I’m sure many others appreciate what you are doing to help us manage this addiction.

Developer Response ,


Thank you so much for your kind words! To be honest, sometimes negative reviews get to me and make me question if it makes sense to invest our effort in this app. But users like you sharing your positive experience with the app really help us keep going. So I really appreciate the time you have spent to write this review. It really means a lot to us! ❤️

Because of this I am really really happy that I can make YOU happy 😄 I am currently working on allowing editing a reset (date and note). We hope that we will be able to release it in the next month. So stay tuned!

Thank you for making the start of my day so great with you review!

Best regards,

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The developer, A Couple of Friends OOD, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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