Is it finally time to drop that bad habit you've been trying to conquer for so long? Our newest version of the Quitter app for iPhone is here to help. As always, the main focus of our app is to show you how long it has been since you last indulged and how much money you have saved as a result. With Quitter 3 you can track anything from cigarettes to Baconnaise™ by entering the cost per day.
New features such as adding images of what inspires you to overcome whatever you are quitting will help keep you on track toward your goal. Make the change today and let our app help you see the benefits of quitting!
Added support for Apple Watch Series 4 watch faces and complications!
Updated for iOS 12 and watchOS 5.
You can now also preview complications in the iOS Watch app.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
What a complete let down
People use apps like this to stay on track and remind you of how far you have made it. Well after 9 days smoke free I start getting alerts congratulating me on how many hours I have made it after 9 days. So at 9 days 8 hours it is now congratulating me for being smoke free for 8 hours. Like quitting isn’t hard enough but you stole my 9 days and made this road feel so much longer for no reason whatsoever. After 18 years of smoking which is exactly half of my life I found myself strong enough to quit. And if you are trying also. Do not use apps like this. Waking up seeing those 9 days gone really is heartbreaking. To the developer. YOU CANT PUSH THIS PRODUCT ON PEOPLE DEALING WITH ADDICTION. IF YOU HAVE BUGS IN THE TIMER PHASE YOU ARE KILLING PEOPLES HARD EARNED VICTORY WITH WHAT EVER THEY ARE USING THE APP FOR. YOU OBVIOUSLY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE APP IS FOR AND JUST STOLE SOMEONES IDEA. ANYONE DEALING WITH ADDICTION WOULD NEVER LET THIS GO ON THE STORE LIKE THIS
Hate the new upgrade
I made the mistake of updating this ap and now my previous quit info has been deleted! I always recommended this ap to friends trying to quit smoking. After this latest upgrade I will never recommend this ap again!!!!
Instructions for updated app
People don't seem to understand that what appears to be a white screen is now part of the app itself. The screen is not blank; if you put your eyes up to the screen when it appears, focus on the center, then slowly pull away, your subconscious will register subliminal messages aimed at "programming" you to avoid relapsing. After doing the above for the first 30 seconds when the app is started, you'll also be able to perceive a pattern to draw on the screen that will open the other part of the app (with info like days quit, money saved, etc.)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.