Thank you!! I smoked for forty two years!! The training is top notch. Mindful smoking saved my life!!!!! I quit!!!
Very disappointed. Like other reviewers, I'm dismayed that only 3 days are free. Day 4 = "pay up buddy!" Just when I'm learning about triggers. Oh the irony. To the devs: Yes, I'm certainly aware that developing and maintaing an app does cost money. However, a paid subsctription is NOT the only way to recoup your costs. I personally would rather see advertisements and still be able to continue the program. This 3 day free hook is not unlike a 3 day free supply of nicotine gum. The sad reality of your altruism is that it costs money.
Constant notifications to "check in" act more like triggers. UX is all over the place. Cant go back to change answers during checkin or want meter (of which you have a limited number a day). Also a limited choice of options for emotional triggers. Finally, they don't really make it obvious it's a 3day trial until your at day 4. All in all, an interesting app and quitting strategy. Although Im not convinced that everyone's intentions were in the right place when building it.
Peer-reviewed research supports this application of mindfulness practice to quit smoking. Great app. Great support. One of the best approaches to understanding and treating addictions. Have recommended to many friends as well as clients.
I think this is THE approach to quitting. All those people who keep saying "Just do it, just quit!", really have no idea what they are talking about. Here, I have found a gentle method that focuses on the process itself. I know a lot of people have tried to quit for good countless times and don't want to get their hopes up. But I'd say always get back up, it's worth it.
I tried this app last year, but since then they have made some nice updates and feature additions. In response to the one reviewer, 3 days should be plenty to decide if you like the app or not. The cost of the monthly fee is well worth it if you stick with the program, versus the cost of what you'd spend on cigarettes for the same time period. People always want something for nothing. I know that I have a tough time and am vulnerable to relapsing, so when they kindly gave me a discount code for a technical glitch I encountered, I purchased a lifetime membership, which is how much i spend on cigarettes for one month anyway. I'm just wondering if they could take a look at the design UI and maybe consider making it match Google's material design a little more closely. Thank you.
Added Custom Weeks feature
Star Over now resets profile as well
Several internal fixes
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