Are you trying to quit smoking? If you are finding it hard to stop smoking, QuitNow is made for you.
First things first: you know smoking is bad for your body. Even so, lots of people keep smoking. So why should you quit? When you quit smoking, you improve the quality and length of your life and the lives of the people around you. One way to prepare to successfully launch your smoke-free life is to power up your phone with QuitNow.
QuitNow is a proven app that engages you to quit smoking. It aims to avoid tobacco just by giving you a picture of yourself. Quitting smoking is easier when you focus your effort on these four sections:
🗓️ Your ex-smoker status: When you quit smoking, the focus has to be on you. Remember the day you quitted and get the maths: how many days are you free of smoke, how much money you saved, and how many cigarettes you avoided.
🏆 Achievements: your quit smoking motivations: As with all tasks in life, quitting smoking is easier when you divide the task into small and easy ones. So, QuitNow offers you 70 goals based on the cigarettes you avoided, the days since your last cigarette, and the money saved. So, you will start celebrating achievements from the first day.
💬 Community: the ex-smokers chat: When you quit smoking, you need to stay within the non-smoking areas. QuitNow offers a chat full of people that, like you, said goodbye to tobacco. Spending time with nonsmokers will make your way easier.
❤️ Your ex-smoker health: QuitNow offers a list of health indicators to explain how your body improves day by day. They are based in the World Health Organization ones, and we update them as soon as the W.H.O. does.
In addition, there are more sections in the preferences screen that could help you in your way to quitting smoking.
🙋 Frequent Asked Questions: there are some tips to quit smoking, and honestly, we don’t know where to put them. Most quitters look for tips on the internet, and there are lots of fake tips there. We researched in the World Health Organisation archives to find the investigations they made and the conclusions they had. In the Frequent Asked Questions, you will find all the answers to those questions you have about quitting smoking.
🤖 The QuitNow bot: sometimes, you have strange questions that don’t appear in the F.A.Q. In those cases, you can ask the bot: we train her to answer those strange ones. If she doesn’t have a good answer, she will contact the QuitNow crew and they will update their knowledge base, so she will learn the best answers to your questions. By the way, yes: all the bot answers are extracted from the W.H.O. archives, as the F.A.Q. tips.
📚 Books to quit smoking: knowing some techniques about quitting smoking makes the task easier. There's always someone talking about books in the chat, so we made an investigation to know which are the most popular, and which ones can actually help you to quit smoking for good.
Do you have any idea to make QuitNow even better? If so, please do write to us at email@example.com
Mar 1, 2024
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Best app I've found so far, but it's not perfect, none of them are. This one has an active community that's pretty good if you need emotional support. It accurately records my quit date so data is updated correctly. Shows me the benefits of quitting to keep me motivated. I just wish it had something to deal with cravings: record them & document how you dealt with them. I would also like a diary to record my thoughts. Like I said, nothing's perfect, but this one is close & reasonably priced.
70 people found this review helpful
July 20, 2023
This is absolutely the best app for tracking your time spent since quitting smoking. It functions perfectly to that end. The social media component is not that important to me, but I do occasionally read through posts and I find them either encouraging or helpful in some way. I have not seen any unusual, controversial, or political posts. The users only seem to want to make the board a space to talk about the difficulties and positives of quitting smoking. Highly recommended.
27 people found this review helpful
November 1, 2023
Free version of this app used to be plenty with the option to pay for some cool perks and additional trackers. Now it's riddled with advertisements, seems to require a sign in to even track the most basic of metrics or update quit date, etc., and really pushes the pro option. Functionally used to be great but it's taken such a hard turn towards monetization, I'm going to uninstall and find a more bare bones app
14 people found this review helpful
November 1, 2023
Hello 👋 Although we love both good and bad feedback, we feel this review is not for QuitNow. On QuitNow, you only need to sign up to join the Community and to use the cloud backup. In addition, everything related to your status as a former smoker and your health is 100% free and works without an account. Sorry for the feedback on the feedback! 😅
This version is a mix of huge and small things. On the huge side is the new breath section that will help you calm down, while on the other side there are a lot of tiny things that will improve your experience while using QuitNow. If you have any feedback about the app, please share it at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much for being there, and congratulations on your quit!