This is the stop smoking app that science built. Over 20 different, evidence-based, techniques to help you become - and stay - smoke free. See how much money you've saved, how many cigarettes you've not smoked, how long you’ve been smoke free, how much life you've regained and how your health is improving.
The app allows you to log your cravings, get tips on dealing with them, use the map to see where they congregate, the notes to see what patterns can be identified and the graph to see how they're decreasing.
All this is free to use and entirely free of ads. If you need extra help giving up smoking our missions could be just what you need, as they’ve been proven to double your chances of quitting. No other app can promise you this.
We proved the missions worked by performing a rigorous scientific experiment. As far as we know, this is the first ever randomised control trial run entirely within an app. Its success means we want to run many more and our goal is to constantly make our app more effective
This is all entirely voluntary and you can download the app without taking part in the experiment. Your data will be kept anonymous and you can delete it at any time. But we really hope you do take part because everyone who does will help the quitters who follow. So do yourself a favour by quitting smoking. And do your fellow smokers a favour by helping them understand how it’s done.
Bug fixes and performance enhancements.
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I’ll NEVER have a cigarette again
I’m 36, and I’ve been a smoker for about 24 years. I’ve quit a few times in my life, no longer than a few months at a time, and I’ve always picked it back up. I quit May 4th, 2020, I lasted 3 days and started again, I smoked for a week and a half more. Now, I’m approximately 17 hours away from one week smoke free. Yay! I feel great.
Now, here’s where the app has helped me. I’m still in the free period, but I’m definitely paying to keep the service. This week I’ve been tempted twice to have “just one”. I kept telling myself that I’d just have one cigarette when I got there, and that would be it, I’d be ok.... on my way to my first outing, as I was driving there telling myself that crap above, I remember that this app said, somewhere I read you just have to commit to never having one again, you have to just tell you’re self that... and I did when those thoughts came in... and I didn’t have one! Then my friend came over one night, she’s a heavy smoker, we always smoke together, I told her that I’d unlock the door so she could just come in, so I didn’t have to meet her outside with smoke, and she did, and it went great, and I’m proud to say that I’m a non-smoker!!! I’ll NEVER have a cigarette again. Thank you to the app for the help, the mental help was exactly what I needed, and every time i say I’ll never smoke again, it feels really good, and ok to be done with that chapter. Good luck guys. YOU CAN QUIT TOO!
Your achievements right in front of you....
This app gave me accountability when I felt like I was on the fence about quitting. I found out I was pregnant (very early, around 5 weeks or so) and knew I would need to quit. Tapered off to the best of my ability, until the 8 week "morning" sickness kicked in and smoking wasn't even an option, could hardly eat let alone smoke! Made it all through my pregnancy fairly ill so that wasn't the problem. It was AFTER I had my son. I immediately felt better and became obsessed with wanting to smoke again. In the meantime, I had downloaded this app at the early 5 wk mark as a way to track my progress. I began to use it (resist a craving? Have a craving? Mark it down on the app!) I was able to see how long I had gone without smoking. (Yes, I had a great head
Start due to pregnancy, but I really only paid close attention to afterward) Anyhow...this app gave me accountability. If I have an appointment and the doc asks me when I quit smoking, I have the answer. This app tells you how much money you have saved (which is a brilliant addition, though I'm not really sure where all my new savings have gone lol!) how many days of life you've recovered....it's just a really nice tracker, easy to use, and FREE!!! Highly recommended, best of luck.
Pretty good app. Helped me quit on January 14, 2008. It has been nice tracking the health benefits and money saved but the app isn’t very intuitive. There’s no way to sign out and then in again. I don’t remember how I signed into the app two years ago. I got a new phone and the app continued to work just fine but now all of a sudden I am logged out. Well, I thought I used my Google account. So I try to “sign up” “again” to see if I can get my data back, and it was apparently not my Gmail account that I used. No problem (I thought). Maybe it was my Facebook account. Well, good luck. The app doesn’t even have the option to try another login method after you reset the app. It stays stuck where it asks you the basic questions again like how many you smoke a day, pack cost, etc. The only way out was that I had to completely uninstall and reinstall the app to even be able to attempt a different login method. And even more frustrating, there is no clear way “Logout” or “Sign Out” option. Or maybe there is. If so it’s incredibly unintuitive. Unacceptable. I have to reinstall your app 4 times to even have the chance to login with the correct credentials just to see how long I have been quit and how much money/health has improved. Come on guys. Fix your slopping authentication system and you’d have a five-star app.
- David Crane
- 138.3 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.2 and watchOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Welsh
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Smoke Free App
- In-App Purchases
- Essential pack (week) $0.99
- Smoke Free Pro - Bronze $4.99
- Full care pack (month) $6.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.