LESS - Alcohol Tracker
Less is a simple, elegant, intuitive tool to help people who drink alcohol do so more mindfully, and make space for more drink-free days. From the creators of ZERO, the top rated fasting app, Less makes it easy to track your alcohol intake so you can stay aware of how much you drink and when. It’s a science-based approach to taking control of your consumption. As the saying goes, “What gets measured gets managed.”
This app is a judgment-free zone. It’s designed to help anyone who wants to moderate alcohol consumption, no matter what the reason. Whether you’re trying to sail through social situations without overdoing it, overwhelmed by the ocean of work functions involving alcohol, or seeking to chart a course toward better health, Less is your companion to navigate these stormy waters.
**This is v1 of “the drinking buddy that helps you drink less.” We’re rapidly iterating and improving, so we welcome feedback to help make Less as upbeat, engaging, and helpful as possible.**
MEET LES AND LESLIE
Choose to experience the journey toward mindful consumption as either Les or Leslie. You’re the captain of this ship, and every decision is yours. As you log drinks, your daily intake affects the weather while your weekly intake affects your speed. Stay under your daily limit to keep the skies sunny. Stay under your weekly limit to keep the wind at your back. If you exceed your limits, you’ll run into stormy weather and slow your progress.
TRACK YOUR JOURNEY
SET LIMITS. Our algorithm will recommend a weekly limit, but you can customize that limit up or down to work at your own pace.
LOG DRINKS WITH A TAP. Quickly and easily log each drink from the homescreen, or use the widget to add drinks without opening the app for a more discrete tracking experience.
BUILD STREAKS. Less tracks how many drink-free days you rack up in a row so you can visualize your progress.
REVIEW YOUR WEEK. See when you drank and how much. Use this information to inform your choices moving forward.
REVIEW YOUR MONTH. The calendar view lets you see your entire consumption history so you can see the big picture of your alcohol intake.
CHART YOUR PROGRESS. Less transforms your inputs into easy-to understand graphs so you can see how your habits evolve over time.
With Less, you can…
...Adjust your weekly limits up or down depending on your goals.
...View and edit your history. If you forgot to log a drink, or logged one incorrectly, you can adjust the number from the “past days” screen.
...View key statistics like your 7-day rolling average, your 28-day rolling average, and total drink-free days since joining.
...See how much drinking is costing you. Less estimates how much money you spend on alcohol.
...See how alcohol impacts your health. Less estimates how many calories you consume from alcohol.
...Compare streaks. Track drink-free days and weeks within your limit. Compare your current streak to your longest one.
LEARN MORE IN OUR TIPS TAB
Dig deep with articles, podcasts, and snackable advice, curated by our team of experts. Read studies from trusted sources about the benefits of drinking less. Listen to podcasts from the top minds in nutrition. Find mocktail recipes to help you drink thoughtfully without sacrificing your social life.
Become part of a global community of people taking this journey toward more mindful drinking habits and drink-free days.
Read more about our terms and conditions here:
Terms of Service: www.lessdrinks.com/terms-of-use
Thanks for using Less! We have added a helpful weekend reminder to log your drinks, color-coded your Key Stats to better align with the rest of the app, and fixed bugs some users were seeing when tracking their streaks.
We are working hard to add customization options for drink prices and calories in our coming releases. Expect these updates very soon!
Let us know your feedback and keep sailing,
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Helpful app but...
I had recently started tracking my drinking in habit apps and realized I was drinking more than I thought. None of the apps I had tried were really well suited for this kind of thing though (they’re more for things like exercising more) so I’m glad I found this app. The only thing that frustrates me about it is that I can’t input the data I had tracked for the last couple of months. There’s a calendar view, but you can’t edit from it which seems like an oversight. In the last update they also changed the week to start on Sunday which I’m not a fan of, I wish they had made it a setting instead. Other than that though the app is great. It’s definitely been enlightening for me to see how much I was really drinking and caused me to cut back. I’m sure it will help a lot of other people too.
So far mostly good
I really like the simplicity of it, but for being a “judgement free zone” I really don’t like the red every where. I am a beer drinker only and even though I’m 4 drinks under my 10 drink a week limit, logging my 4th beer turns the counter red. Which having 4 beers on a Saturday night I don’t think is that bad, especially when I’ve had two beers the rest of the week. Plus in your rolling average it’s also red. This app is supposed to help control consumption, which I think it it does, and does well, I just don’t like the red everywhere on stats just because we have drinks. The people that are going to use this app, drink, so don’t make us feel bad for logging the drinks.
A Little Bit Of a Nag
I got this primarily to track my alcohol usage. I have not ever been a problem drinker. Some of my bottles of liquor have been sipped a drink or two a year. Wine at dinner is regular two or three times a week. This little app tends to be on the don't drink side of the equation. It congratulates for going a certain number of days using alcoholic control language. Does what it is supposed to do. But maybe not what I want.
- Big Sky Health, Inc.
- 18.3 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © 2019 Big Sky Health, Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.