Numo: Cringe-Free ADHD App 12+

Community-based life support

Mindist, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.2 • 249 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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ADHD app for tasks gamification & support. Bite-size educational content with memes. Social and ADHD-friendly to-do. Manage your symptoms in a fun, easy, and engaging way.


* Learn new coping skills through unique content covering themes like ADHD Procrastination, Time management, Relationships, etc.
* Those courses are made of short stories with text, images, gifs, voice-over, and interactive elements like polls, to keep you engaged and help you succeed.

* It's a gamified and to-do list with social accountability.
* Add private or public tasks, and earn Karma points for their completion.
* Increase your level and turn your daily chores into a fun quest.

* Get support from other people with ADHD.
* See what tasks others completed to get a motivation boost and leave a quick reaction to endorse and earn Karma by doing this.

* Get a daily hand-picked tip or affirmations collected from the ADHD community and ADHD coaching.


Numo offers an auto-renewing monthly subscription at $15.99/month to provide you with unlimited access to the app's features and content described above while you maintain an active subscription. All new customers are automatically eligible for a free 7-day trial to try the app during this period.

These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence.

The subscription will automatically renew unless turned off in your iTunes Account Settings at least 24 hours before the current period ends. You can go to your iTunes Account settings to manage your subscription and turn off auto-renew. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. If you subscribe before your free trial ends, the rest of your free trial period will be forfeited as soon as your purchase is confirmed.

What’s New

Version 3.9.5


Introducing a new section with trending posts with the highest number of comments and kudoses from the last 2 weeks. Share your hacks, questions, and stories, and appear there.

- Attach images or pictures to better illustrate what you're talking about or show off the latest ADHD meme you made
- Tag your post as a question/hack/story to help others quicker respond and engage with your posts

- We changed their design, to make it easier to read the long texts you write and exit from reply mode
- Added the ability to kudos any reply to comments

- Tap on the comment icon in the feed opens comments
- Dismiss the keyboard when scrolling
- Now shorter onboarding
- Medication set up when joining the app

Strawberry bye-bye!

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
249 Ratings

249 Ratings

luinmiria ,

Tried so many apps - this one is by far the best

I have ADHD and struggle constantly with task management. I’ve tried lots of methods and apps, and nothing has really worked for me so far. A lot of the apps, even if they were fun at first, got to be a task in and of themselves, and the rewards for using the app were low. Most of them are basically glorified to-do lists.

This app is stimulating to look at, uses game-like wording and structure, has lots of mini-courses to help manage different parts of your life (with audio, text, and images that play through automatically - I didn’t zone out at all, which is saying something), forces you to set rewards for yourself for certain tasks, and uses peer support, which is super helpful.

While some of the information isn’t particularly new to me (I’ve read a lot about procrastination, for example), it’s phrased in this straightforward, no-nonsense way that still acknowledges the difficulty of some of these tasks, and it’s addressed specifically to ADHD problems, rather than just general organization issues. It’s incredibly refreshing.

Overall, it really feels like this app was designed specifically for people with ADHD, as opposed to other apps, which feel like basic productivity helpers marketed toward ADHD-ers to take advantage of the demographic. If you have ADHD, really can’t recommend it enough.

Developer Response ,

Thanks, it's so awesome to hear that Numo helped you! We've shared your message with the team for the inspiration ❤️

h_ericson ,

good but needs improvements

there are many things that this app does well, but there are two main issues that would prevent me from subscribing. first, this app does not seem to be written well in english. i am not sure if it’s translated to english, but either way it needs to be written better. it’s written well enough that i know what it’s saying, but it takes a lot of mental energy to understand. secondly, $15-$16 a month is waaaaaaaay too expensive for this app. especially considering this app is for people with ADHD, it should be priced at $1-$3/month. with those improvements, i would definitely subscribe and continue using this app. and before i get a reply from one of the app developers saying “oh but a subscription to this app is ____ less than an ADHD coach on average,” why do you think so many of us don’t seek out ADHD coaches? when you price the app so highly it makes me feel as though the app is trying to profit from my disability rather than help. if these changes are made i will happily edit my review to 5 stars, because otherwise i think the app has some very useful features. also, just wanted to add that it’s very obvious that lots of the reviews are fake, which feels dishonest especially when creating an app to help individuals with ADHD.

Developer Response ,

Thanks so much for your honest feedback. We will continue improving our app based on your feedback.

I would love to gift you a promocode for free month of Numo, if you will decide to give us 2nd chance. Just send me email "h_ericson free month" to

Vital, co-founder of Numo

Gdzlla ,

I have raging ADHD

This is a well designed app and the friend accountability aspect is nice. Unless I get nothing done. Lol There are a few tweaks that would make this great. Being able to easily edit and delete tasks would help, general timer would be great too. I’ve tried every adhd app, this is the best so far. The gamification is cool. Sub tasks is a MUST!!! Good job. Almost there. As I head to the shower I’m reminded about shower buddy who would talk you through tasks in the shower to keep you on track. Something like that would be great. Lastly the prioritization should be a series of pair wise comparisons to see which is most important or pressing. Used to be an app called “which thing first” that did this very well until updates.. ok 👍

App Privacy

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

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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