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Description

Since iQuit is a very simple app to keep track of the time since stopping smoking, drinking, or anything else you want to track. It also provides an estimated financial saving and acts as a motivational aid.

I wrote a version of this programme on the 25th March 2009... The day I stopped smoking.

Perhaps it's just the Scot in me, but I found the fact that I was saving my money as well as my health to be a great motivator through the cravings and during my weaker moments.

It also became a little like an unbroken chain of 'good days' - the more they accumulated, the more determined I was to not break the chain!

I hope that this simple app can help you to stay free of whatever you are trying to quit, as it has for me.

Good luck,

Hugh Williams

What’s New

Version 2.6.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

** AS EVER, PLEASE NOTE YOUR QUITTING DETAILS BEFORE UPDATE **
(just in case!)

- Added Instagram sharing
- Added the actual graphic for all sharing platforms (the home-screen statement is now the graphic)
- Fixed iPad landscape error
- Fixed typo
- Added Social Sharing feedback

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Winter Hill In The Ville ,

Awesome app but update is needed

I love this app, I show it to everyone and tell everyone about it. But it needs another update..

I don’t really like this newest update.
I do not like how the info is entered, the military time is screwy, I try to make it so it’s midnight and at midnight it tells me I’m blah blah blah and five extra hours into my quitting time when I’m not.
And I do not like that you cannot add change ($8.53) to the amount of how much a pack of cigarettes cost when you quit. You can only put in whole dollar amounts.

Developer Response ,

Hi Winter Hill In The Ville - Sorry to hear that the latest update was not good for you. The time was always an issue, as people were requesting months even though there are not standardised months in a year (28, 29, 30, and 31 days...) so the timing is now handled differently, but still specifically based on your stop date - The info page describes it in full... Also, you can absolutely change the cost of whatever it is you are trying to quit - Just tap the cost on the settings screen. Hope this helps - All the​ best - Hugh

WMD_15 ,

Long lost Friend

I used this app 3-4 years ago when I quit smoking and loved it! I am now quitting again (insert numerous excuses) and I am delighted to see that the app has been updated and refreshed! Everything has worked as expected and we now have MONTHS!!!! Awesome! As other have said, please add cents back to the cost section. You may also consider adding an AM or PM section instead of using 24hr time as I think it’ll confuse most people. Thanks for the new “sharing” screen too! One idea would be to add the traditional Apple “share” button somewhere in the app so that it can be shared natively through the OS. Anyway, those are my ideas! Thanks for the amazing update, and congrats on the (I hope) continued quit!

Weltonrs42 ,

Shouldn't have updated

I saved my data so I could type it all back in, so that wasn't a problem, but now instead of saving $6.41 per pack, I only get the option of saving "about $6" per pack. Kinda screwed up my whole savings amount. Last version was perfect, new update ruined the app.

Developer Response ,

Hi - I have to confess that I'd never even thought about the "parts" of a dollar, as it was a rough cost per day. More than happy to re-introduce cents (and penny's) back into the next update. I'm sorry that you feel it's now ruined.

App Privacy

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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