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OCD Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 2.8 • 12 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



This is a subscription based app. You will need a subscription to access the app features.

Do you suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? YOU CAN RECOVER FROM OCD!

Track your recovery process and reduce rumination. Practice Exposure and Response Prevention. You CAN Recover!
Yearly and monthly tracker will show you your progress and will motivate you to keep going!

This app contains books and audio books read by the author Ali Greymond. The books cover various OCD themes and types. The information written in these books will show you how to overcome Obsessive Compulsive Disorder once and for all.

The app comes with an interactive test to see if your thought is an OCD thought. This will help you quickly identify which thoughts are OCD and which ones are real.

There are additional content available from within the app which will help you understand OCD and be better equipped when overcoming the disorder.

Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy http://youhaveocd.com/terms-of-use/

Disclaimer: This app is for information purposes only and is not medical advice. For medical advice please consult a medical doctor.
This is a subscription based app. You will need a subscription to access the app features. Books in the app are sold in addition to the subscription.

What’s New

Version 7

Visual improvements, no big changes

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

RichofMich ,

Doesn’t work

Every time I try to push things it deletes it or doesn’t work and it makes my ocd worse

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your comment. This has been fixed about a year ago.

Lambs Wrath ,

No Benefit Without $$

This app is totally useless unless you buy their $7 a month subscription. Most apps will give you some free features and if you want premium then you can go premium for additional features. Not this app. It does nothing without a paid service. The author will tell you how good it is but never tell you about the subscription you have to pay. It is also misleading in advertising. It says “In app purchases” but the whole app must be subscribed to with a monthly fee to use. I am very disappointed in the developer with this because the author is a good OCD Coach, but her app is useless without $$.

The developer of the OCD app contacted me after my above review was posted. Their response was that it is in fact very expensive to develop an app and that an $8 subscription is the cost of coffee and a sandwich. I agree, but my point is that it isn’t just a one time purchase of a cup of coffee rather it is monthly purchase that does add up! The issue I have is that no matter how good the app may be, you can’t even try it out without paying for and committing to a paid subscription. Give us a little something for free or a free month trial that you can cancel or keep depending on the experience.

The other big issue I have is that the developer is still being disingenuous with me by simply asking me to update my review based on their costs to develop the app. I don’t care if it costs $100 a month, I just need to be able to test drive it prior to purchase.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your comment. It is an unbelievably expensive process to make an app. The subscription is about $8 which is a price of a coffee and maybe a sandwich. However for only $8 this app will help you stay accountable and actually finish your recovery OCD recovery.

Kimmypirate ,

Expensive and very buggy

I think that Ali’s videos have helped me tremendously. However, this app is a bit expensive for what you’re getting. You can’t use the app without subscribing for $7 a month. So I tried it and to me it wasn’t worth it. The app is very buggy and paying $7 a month to track my time when I can do that in my notes app doesn’t make sense.

As I said, Ali’s videos are amazing and I find them helpful, but I have noticed her videos these days focusing too much on the app since the app came out. Pushing too hard for an app that should have a one time fee at most. This has kind of put me off. The idea that this is the same amount of money as a cup of coffee so it should be worth it is a terrible argument. I don’t buy coffee, and I won’t pay $7 for an unnecessary app.

App Privacy

The developer, OCD 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 Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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

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