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|Country of origin||Cyprus|
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|Cost||Free with in-app purchases ranging from $1.79 to $15.99 per item.|
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What does the app do?
When you first open the app you are invited to choose a quit program.
There are 2 options; stop smoking quickly by selecting the “14 Day Challenge”, or more slowly by selecting the “One less every day” option, which is available as part of the paid upgrade.
The home screen is a dashboard which displays motivational information such as money saved, cigarettes not smoked, and time spent as a non-smoker. Health benefits and recovered days of life are also visible to remind you of the progress you have made.
The Health Tab clearly shows you how your body has recovered over time and you receive achievements for this. Cravings can be tracked along with details of how strong they were, how they made you feel and what may have triggered the craving (where you were, what you were doing or who you were with at the time).
The app offers games you can play to distract from cravings and an option to announce your plan and share progress with friends. You can also set challenges or bets in the app with other users who are also trying to quit smoking.
It has a clean interface with the option to integrate with an OS smartwatch.
✔ The app immediately asks you to set a quit date or make a plan to quit smoking.
✘ The free basic version has very limited features. Payment is required to upgrade to the Pro version to access all the features.
Date of review: December 2022
Platform reviewed: Android
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