This app has already helped over a million users quit smoking. How can it help you?
In the beginning there is your decision. Let's not fool ourselves. If you are not serious, it will be difficult. But if you really want it, your chances are good that you will make it with the help of this app.
There are many different strategies, methods, and tools that can help you quit. Whether one thing or the other works better for you can vary from person to person, but the experiences of millions of former smokers show that it is almost always a mixture of information, motivation and participation that ultimately led to success.
Therefore, this app relies on a selection of tried and tested methods and tools, which are based on the three strategic pillars of information, motivation and participation.
What tools does this app offer?
Keep track of the most important numbers: number of days as a non-smoker, number of cigarettes not smoked, money saved.
Review your health progress and your physical reactions to not smoking.
- Pro support -
The 100-day program offers you a chapter of carefully researched and extensive knowledge about every aspect of smoking every day, which will strengthen your decision to quit, keep you motivated and prepare you for withdrawal in the best possible way.
During the particularly difficult initial period of quitting, you will be given small tasks every day, aimed at reflecting on the knowledge you have learned, convincing you of your decision, and keeping motivation high.
If you want to have a cigarette, you will be shown practical solutions for the respective situations in which you are currently in. Statistics also show you in which situations you are most often at risk, so that you can avoid them or approach them differently in the future.
You regularly receive awards for milestones achieved on your way to becoming a non-smoker, which you can share with family and friends.
Set savings goals and watch getting closer and closer to them becasue of the money you save.
If you have a strong cigarette craving, 100 reasons to not smoke a cigarette will help you.
Apple Watch App:
The Apple Watch app quickly shows you the most important numbers of your non-smoking career.
The widget quickly shows you the most important numbers of your non-smoking career.
Ratings and Reviews
As far as quitting smoking, anything helps! I used to smoke at least one pack a day and was a really bad chain smoker. I quit once using medication and fake cigarettes and started smoking again 6 months later (had a really bad time but I know now not to think “just one is okay”). It’s been 5 days so far without one and I’m holding strong! Its mostly will power but the app really helps to keep you motivated with reasons not to smoke and a customized counter showing how much money you’re saving and how many cigs you haven’t smoked. Its a great reminder and it’s cheaper than pack of cigs if you want the premium version!
Not clear this app for people who already quit
(response to maker included) This app was not made clear until I already downloaded that it is only for people who have already quit smoking, not for people who are trying to quit smoking or I say it’s for people who already quit or are ready to quit right away, that day, cold turkey. Some people need help weening and scheduling that weening which is what I was looking for in a quit smoking app.
RESPONSE: No, I did not “misunderstand” what this app does. I even doubled checked why because it has been a while. When you download this app, the first thing it asks is your quit date and it will not let you put a date for the future. Some people (actually most people) need to slowly decrease our consumption to limit throwing our body into chaos. Example: I started craving cigarettes like crazy, more than usual, when I changed my diet overnight and started losing weight. I didn’t realize until months later that it was because I put my body into sugar withdrawal. Also research shows people who decrease their initial amount of nicotine consumption have higher success rates of staying quit. So clearly, no I did not misunderstand. When something says it will “help you quit”, please remember there are different methods to reach the same goal.
Developer Response ,
To answer this very old review again. Meanwhile this app has changed a lot. There is a lot of professional knowledge and tools to help people quit smoking. You should use this app and its tools if you want to start quit smoking, not if you still smoke and want to quit sometimes in the future.
So far so good. I love that there is a 3 day free trial and then you can pay weekly, monthly or annually, It allowed me to trick my brain a little better into sticking with it. The app is way more affordable than cigarettes or vaping. Thanks to the developers! I did find some grammatical typos, maybe you need someone w a writing degree on staff to proof. Other than that, thank you. Seriously this is a great design, aesthetic, simple, yet intricate enough to keep me distracted. Very well through out. I’m very grateful!
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- Dennis Ebbinghaus
- 119.7 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
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