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Quit Genius - quit smoking, vaping and alcohol

Quit Genius - quit smoking, vaping and alcohol

Digital Therapeutics

The best approach to quitting smoking, vaping and alcohol

4.4 Ratings 6K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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  • So I don’t usually rate things but... Jun 15, 2019

    By Muddy Winters
    This app actually helped me quit. Not only quit though, but change my mentality to become a non smoker. It was actually easy for me too, I went cold turkey. I’ll give you background, if smoked for ten years, two packs a day for most of it. I was kind of a chain smoker. I kind of got tired of isolating myself to places where I could smoke. It was hard to sit through a movie, go to friends houses, rent a car, go on a plane trip.. cigarettes were ten dollars a pack! Things weren’t looking good. So I started looking for ways to quit: This app uses cognitive behavioral therapy, and is had good experiences with that while in high school, CBT helped me work through my anxiety. So to know you could quit with CBT was worth a try to me. I was scared though, that I would be deathly uncomfortable after I stopped smoking, but I wasn’t: we make our own experiences. I really didn’t think it would be so simple. I didn’t use patches or any nicotine replacement therapy, I thought I’d just give it a go. The first time I tried to just cut down to nothing, but someone told me if I have the self control to do that, then I can simply quit just as easily, if not easier. So that’s what I ultimately did. I used the premium version, but I think one can also use the free version just fine. To the developers of this app and this program, thank you! You might have saved my life, but for certain you’ve improved my life a great deal.
  • Premium is great! Oct 10, 2018

    By mrh7170
    This app definitely works, I finally quit smoking after trying all different types of things like 1,000 times, but what makes it work, at least for me, is paying for the premium so you get access to a quit coach. Having someone to chat at, and be held accountable to, when you’re craving is waaaay better than the exercises, although they are good too. Premium is kind of expensive, like $40 for 3 months, but cheaper than smoking! And your quit coach gives you customized guidance and advice on how to handle your specific situations. It’s really nice to feel like you have someone in your corner in the fight against smoking. If you don’t want to pay the $40 then just try the app. It’s still super good. But, if you can swing it get the premium because it makes it so much easier.
  • Much improved. (update) Jul 31, 2019

    By Avery Lewis
    Old review is below, but figured I’d update. I stuck with the app, and although I still find the Premium upsell touchpoints annoying, I’m raising my rating because I haven’t encountered any aggravating bugs in the more recent updates, and more importantly - I’ve found that even sticking with the free tier, the app works. It’s a good way to quit smoking. —— I really wanted to love this app. Even met one of the founders at a YC event. However, the app UX is just terrible. Almost every screen contains a surprise button that will bring up a full screen salepage for the subscription/premium service. Tapping “No, ask me later” in the “Log your cigarettes” section immediately triggers the app rating prompt, every single time. And twice, I’ve gotten into views somehow with no buttons, and no way out except killing the app (this is on an iPhone XS Max). Very disappointing!
  • Great app to get started Mar 4, 2019

    By Aliner Fan
    I am beginning my journey to being a non-smoker...again. I have attempted this goal many times and have always slipped back into the addiction. But this time I am motivated and have hope for life long success. Why this app? Because it is teaching me a new way of thinking. There is no pressure. You take your own time to prepare for your quit day and do it when you feel ready. You get tools to help, advice from those who have been there, and an accountability system for your behavior and thinking related to smoking. I feel confident in my success this time. I am excited to come to the point where cigarettes no longer consume my thoughts and my health!
  • Jul 22, 2021

    By Wesley Dubois
    This was God sent. I was thankful that they accepted me in the study. Coaches are great. When there's a issue they will get it resolved. I almost gave up, but the administrator even though she was on vacation, had addressed the issue. So yes I'd recommend this program to any and all. They are for real and know their stuff. Give them a shot. You work at your own pace.
  • Aug 18, 2021

    By Sandeep Sharma
    Awesome app. Helpful in quiting journey
  • How much do you pay to smoke Jan 28, 2018

    By Marley Hope
    I haven’t even tried this thoroughly yet but honestly idc if they charge. Most of us pay hundreds of dollars a month to smoke and that is just the cost of cigarettes. Do you know how much money chemo costs?? I am a Substance Abuse Counselor and I see asking people to invest financially as well as effort makes them more invested. Some treatment is free and it’s not about making money - it’s about how much more motivated we as humans are when we’re paying for something. We use it because we “want our moneys worth” Stop complaining and looking for an excuse to keep smoking. I’ll pay $2 a month all day long - that’s about the cost of my morning smoke sessions!
  • May 29, 2021

    By Will JC
    The app features are good but constantly having to log in is really irritating and kind of defeating the whole point of the app. Hopefully this is fixed very soon or the subscription will be cancelled.
  • Finally!! Jan 30, 2018

    By Ryanrlcb
    I have thoroughly researched CBT and have long known it was a very effective way to achieve my goal. The problem: it is not always easily accessible, affordable or easy to fit into life’s other demands such as work, running errands, etc. The solution has arrived! Here you have a dedicated team that is truly looking out for you and your success. The Steps are easy to follow and understand, the cost is beyond fair and affordable and you also get the added benefit of group support from people going through the exact same thing. It is very common to see the team behind the app responding to messages in the main group with words of encouragement and celebrating your successes with you! More than good enough to use on its own, but also great as a compliment with other methods such as medications (Chantix) and nicotine replacement therapy (gums and patches) as smoking is more than just physical, it is also psychological. In order to truly break free, you have to address the mental aspects behind addiction. Wish there were more stars to give!
  • BEST approach to quitting Mar 13, 2018

    By AmericanGirl1776
    I’ve tried quitting smoking many ways (nicotine patch, gum, ecigs, cold turkey). This is the ONLY method that has stuck. It utilizes CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) to help you analyze and reevaluate your smoking patterns. After completing the FREE first section, I paid for the subscription—Worth eVeRy penny. I love how quick and easy the program is. My favorite element is the Cravings Tool Box (perfect when you think you might slip up). I’ve always craved cigarettes when drinking alcohol, and now I know why—Better understanding the chemical interactions and how they trigger my brain is so helpful! 10/10 would definitely recommend
  • So I don’t usually rate things but... Jun 15, 2019

    By Muddy Winters
    This app actually helped me quit. Not only quit though, but change my mentality to become a non smoker. It was actually easy for me too, I went cold turkey. I’ll give you background, if smoked for ten years, two packs a day for most of it. I was kind of a chain smoker. I kind of got tired of isolating myself to places where I could smoke. It was hard to sit through a movie, go to friends houses, rent a car, go on a plane trip.. cigarettes were ten dollars a pack! Things weren’t looking good. So I started looking for ways to quit: This app uses cognitive behavioral therapy, and is had good experiences with that while in high school, CBT helped me work through my anxiety. So to know you could quit with CBT was worth a try to me. I was scared though, that I would be deathly uncomfortable after I stopped smoking, but I wasn’t: we make our own experiences. I really didn’t think it would be so simple. I didn’t use patches or any nicotine replacement therapy, I thought I’d just give it a go. The first time I tried to just cut down to nothing, but someone told me if I have the self control to do that, then I can simply quit just as easily, if not easier. So that’s what I ultimately did. I used the premium version, but I think one can also use the free version just fine. To the developers of this app and this program, thank you! You might have saved my life, but for certain you’ve improved my life a great deal.
  • Premium is great! Oct 10, 2018

    By mrh7170
    This app definitely works, I finally quit smoking after trying all different types of things like 1,000 times, but what makes it work, at least for me, is paying for the premium so you get access to a quit coach. Having someone to chat at, and be held accountable to, when you’re craving is waaaay better than the exercises, although they are good too. Premium is kind of expensive, like $40 for 3 months, but cheaper than smoking! And your quit coach gives you customized guidance and advice on how to handle your specific situations. It’s really nice to feel like you have someone in your corner in the fight against smoking. If you don’t want to pay the $40 then just try the app. It’s still super good. But, if you can swing it get the premium because it makes it so much easier.
  • Much improved. (update) Jul 31, 2019

    By Avery Lewis
    Old review is below, but figured I’d update. I stuck with the app, and although I still find the Premium upsell touchpoints annoying, I’m raising my rating because I haven’t encountered any aggravating bugs in the more recent updates, and more importantly - I’ve found that even sticking with the free tier, the app works. It’s a good way to quit smoking. —— I really wanted to love this app. Even met one of the founders at a YC event. However, the app UX is just terrible. Almost every screen contains a surprise button that will bring up a full screen salepage for the subscription/premium service. Tapping “No, ask me later” in the “Log your cigarettes” section immediately triggers the app rating prompt, every single time. And twice, I’ve gotten into views somehow with no buttons, and no way out except killing the app (this is on an iPhone XS Max). Very disappointing!
  • Great app to get started Mar 4, 2019

    By Aliner Fan
    I am beginning my journey to being a non-smoker...again. I have attempted this goal many times and have always slipped back into the addiction. But this time I am motivated and have hope for life long success. Why this app? Because it is teaching me a new way of thinking. There is no pressure. You take your own time to prepare for your quit day and do it when you feel ready. You get tools to help, advice from those who have been there, and an accountability system for your behavior and thinking related to smoking. I feel confident in my success this time. I am excited to come to the point where cigarettes no longer consume my thoughts and my health!
  • Jul 22, 2021

    By Wesley Dubois
    This was God sent. I was thankful that they accepted me in the study. Coaches are great. When there's a issue they will get it resolved. I almost gave up, but the administrator even though she was on vacation, had addressed the issue. So yes I'd recommend this program to any and all. They are for real and know their stuff. Give them a shot. You work at your own pace.
  • Aug 18, 2021

    By Sandeep Sharma
    Awesome app. Helpful in quiting journey
  • How much do you pay to smoke Jan 28, 2018

    By Marley Hope
    I haven’t even tried this thoroughly yet but honestly idc if they charge. Most of us pay hundreds of dollars a month to smoke and that is just the cost of cigarettes. Do you know how much money chemo costs?? I am a Substance Abuse Counselor and I see asking people to invest financially as well as effort makes them more invested. Some treatment is free and it’s not about making money - it’s about how much more motivated we as humans are when we’re paying for something. We use it because we “want our moneys worth” Stop complaining and looking for an excuse to keep smoking. I’ll pay $2 a month all day long - that’s about the cost of my morning smoke sessions!
  • May 29, 2021

    By Will JC
    The app features are good but constantly having to log in is really irritating and kind of defeating the whole point of the app. Hopefully this is fixed very soon or the subscription will be cancelled.
  • Finally!! Jan 30, 2018

    By Ryanrlcb
    I have thoroughly researched CBT and have long known it was a very effective way to achieve my goal. The problem: it is not always easily accessible, affordable or easy to fit into life’s other demands such as work, running errands, etc. The solution has arrived! Here you have a dedicated team that is truly looking out for you and your success. The Steps are easy to follow and understand, the cost is beyond fair and affordable and you also get the added benefit of group support from people going through the exact same thing. It is very common to see the team behind the app responding to messages in the main group with words of encouragement and celebrating your successes with you! More than good enough to use on its own, but also great as a compliment with other methods such as medications (Chantix) and nicotine replacement therapy (gums and patches) as smoking is more than just physical, it is also psychological. In order to truly break free, you have to address the mental aspects behind addiction. Wish there were more stars to give!
  • BEST approach to quitting Mar 13, 2018

    By AmericanGirl1776
    I’ve tried quitting smoking many ways (nicotine patch, gum, ecigs, cold turkey). This is the ONLY method that has stuck. It utilizes CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) to help you analyze and reevaluate your smoking patterns. After completing the FREE first section, I paid for the subscription—Worth eVeRy penny. I love how quick and easy the program is. My favorite element is the Cravings Tool Box (perfect when you think you might slip up). I’ve always craved cigarettes when drinking alcohol, and now I know why—Better understanding the chemical interactions and how they trigger my brain is so helpful! 10/10 would definitely recommend
  • Jul 5, 2021

    By Charlotte Tummillo
    I couldn't work out how to register!!! It only asked for log in. Given up especially after just reading that you do have to pay, despite being advertised as a free app. No thanks
  • Was better before May 3, 2020

    By Rarrobin
    It’s been about a year and a half since I used this last. It helped me quit smoking but some rough stuff happened and I started again and abandoned this app. Now here I am looking to quit again so I start using this app again because it helped so much last time. It’s changed completely and not really in a good way. There used to be a handful of mini sessions to listen to when craving which were a tremendous help that were free and other ones you had to have the subscription to use that were also helpful. The subscription price has also gone up quite a bit. I don’t really use the personal coach and really just want the little sessions. But they are all locked. So are the after quitting sessions. It’s very disappointing that something that was amazing before has just gone down. The price isn’t the worst if you are a regular smoker but all I wanted was those craving sessions. They helped a lot and the only way to use them and really anything in the app is with the subscription. There used to be a variety of subscription types but now there’s just one. It’s just disheartening.
  • Aug 6, 2021

    By Rebbecca Caldwell
    No option to register. Only option us to login. I don't have an account so it just tells me email address isn't valid and to try again.
  • From great to terrible in one update. May 14, 2020

    By Bogrodo
    I did actually quit smoking thanks to this app. Unfortunately the positive reinforcements that helped me quit in the first place have stated working against me since the last update. At the end of each day I am used to tap the “no” button where the app asks you “Have you smoked today?”. After you confirm you haven’t smoked you receive a badge and an inspirational message of sort. It seems like a small thing but it helped me stay smoke free for several weeks together with the counter. The problem is since the last update each time I try to select “no” the app crashes, so I get zero badge è zero inspirational message. And what’s even more frustrating is that if you select “yes” (which to be clear it means you have slipped and you did smoke) the app doesn’t crash, making me feel like the app now wants me to fail! My craving have gotten much worse since this glitch appeared and I don’t want to reinstall the app because I don’t want to lose my progress.
  • Aug 13, 2021

    By Jodie Webb
    Asks for a login but doesnt give the option to set up a user and password for a new user so is therefore unusable. I tried using my email password but that didnt work.What am i missing here?
  • Aug 19, 2021

    By Emma
    Installed, couldn't register only log in. Immediate uninstall!
  • Tricky Advertising May 25, 2021

    By what1231231231
    Sounds great at first as the first thing to do when setting up the app is you’re walked through paragraphs of motivational text and basics of CBT that frame your journey in a positive light. Sounds great!! Then, Halfway through the process you’re smacked with a page begging you to subscribe (like everything else nowadays, *sigh*). There is seemingly no real option to opt out, only opt in: either you press the giant blue Continue button (once again, halfway through setting up the app) or just find the sneaky little x in the far corner. If you do not subscribe you’re left with the setting up prompt on the home page (4/10) and can only log entries- might as well use the Notes app already on your iPhone or something. Funniest thing was the app touting on about and calculating how much I would save using the app and not buying vaping pods- the app would actually be more expensive than I would save quitting by your date🥴🤣🤣🤣
  • Aug 25, 2021

    By Thomas Thayer
    Terrible app, doesn't work! Don't bother wasting your time.
  • Aug 4, 2021

    By Jeff Bishop
    Very poor functionality. Fails to connect regularly, then blames me for missing appointments it forced me to miss. This app is not ready for prime time.
  • Mar 30, 2021

    By Rachel Lopez
    Still new and checking out all the features. But having to log in every time I try to open the app is super inconvenient. This should just stay logged in on my phone. I may look for another app if this can't be fixed.

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  • So I don’t usually rate things but... Jun 15, 2019

    By Muddy Winters
    This app actually helped me quit. Not only quit though, but change my mentality to become a non smoker. It was actually easy for me too, I went cold turkey. I’ll give you background, if smoked for ten years, two packs a day for most of it. I was kind of a chain smoker. I kind of got tired of isolating myself to places where I could smoke. It was hard to sit through a movie, go to friends houses, rent a car, go on a plane trip.. cigarettes were ten dollars a pack! Things weren’t looking good. So I started looking for ways to quit: This app uses cognitive behavioral therapy, and is had good experiences with that while in high school, CBT helped me work through my anxiety. So to know you could quit with CBT was worth a try to me. I was scared though, that I would be deathly uncomfortable after I stopped smoking, but I wasn’t: we make our own experiences. I really didn’t think it would be so simple. I didn’t use patches or any nicotine replacement therapy, I thought I’d just give it a go. The first time I tried to just cut down to nothing, but someone told me if I have the self control to do that, then I can simply quit just as easily, if not easier. So that’s what I ultimately did. I used the premium version, but I think one can also use the free version just fine. To the developers of this app and this program, thank you! You might have saved my life, but for certain you’ve improved my life a great deal.
  • Premium is great! Oct 10, 2018

    By mrh7170
    This app definitely works, I finally quit smoking after trying all different types of things like 1,000 times, but what makes it work, at least for me, is paying for the premium so you get access to a quit coach. Having someone to chat at, and be held accountable to, when you’re craving is waaaay better than the exercises, although they are good too. Premium is kind of expensive, like $40 for 3 months, but cheaper than smoking! And your quit coach gives you customized guidance and advice on how to handle your specific situations. It’s really nice to feel like you have someone in your corner in the fight against smoking. If you don’t want to pay the $40 then just try the app. It’s still super good. But, if you can swing it get the premium because it makes it so much easier.
  • Great app to get started Mar 4, 2019

    By Aliner Fan
    I am beginning my journey to being a non-smoker...again. I have attempted this goal many times and have always slipped back into the addiction. But this time I am motivated and have hope for life long success. Why this app? Because it is teaching me a new way of thinking. There is no pressure. You take your own time to prepare for your quit day and do it when you feel ready. You get tools to help, advice from those who have been there, and an accountability system for your behavior and thinking related to smoking. I feel confident in my success this time. I am excited to come to the point where cigarettes no longer consume my thoughts and my health!
  • Jul 22, 2021

    By Wesley Dubois
    This was God sent. I was thankful that they accepted me in the study. Coaches are great. When there's a issue they will get it resolved. I almost gave up, but the administrator even though she was on vacation, had addressed the issue. So yes I'd recommend this program to any and all. They are for real and know their stuff. Give them a shot. You work at your own pace.
  • Aug 18, 2021

    By Sandeep Sharma
    Awesome app. Helpful in quiting journey
  • How much do you pay to smoke Jan 28, 2018

    By Marley Hope
    I haven’t even tried this thoroughly yet but honestly idc if they charge. Most of us pay hundreds of dollars a month to smoke and that is just the cost of cigarettes. Do you know how much money chemo costs?? I am a Substance Abuse Counselor and I see asking people to invest financially as well as effort makes them more invested. Some treatment is free and it’s not about making money - it’s about how much more motivated we as humans are when we’re paying for something. We use it because we “want our moneys worth” Stop complaining and looking for an excuse to keep smoking. I’ll pay $2 a month all day long - that’s about the cost of my morning smoke sessions!
  • Finally!! Jan 30, 2018

    By Ryanrlcb
    I have thoroughly researched CBT and have long known it was a very effective way to achieve my goal. The problem: it is not always easily accessible, affordable or easy to fit into life’s other demands such as work, running errands, etc. The solution has arrived! Here you have a dedicated team that is truly looking out for you and your success. The Steps are easy to follow and understand, the cost is beyond fair and affordable and you also get the added benefit of group support from people going through the exact same thing. It is very common to see the team behind the app responding to messages in the main group with words of encouragement and celebrating your successes with you! More than good enough to use on its own, but also great as a compliment with other methods such as medications (Chantix) and nicotine replacement therapy (gums and patches) as smoking is more than just physical, it is also psychological. In order to truly break free, you have to address the mental aspects behind addiction. Wish there were more stars to give!
  • BEST approach to quitting Mar 13, 2018

    By AmericanGirl1776
    I’ve tried quitting smoking many ways (nicotine patch, gum, ecigs, cold turkey). This is the ONLY method that has stuck. It utilizes CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) to help you analyze and reevaluate your smoking patterns. After completing the FREE first section, I paid for the subscription—Worth eVeRy penny. I love how quick and easy the program is. My favorite element is the Cravings Tool Box (perfect when you think you might slip up). I’ve always craved cigarettes when drinking alcohol, and now I know why—Better understanding the chemical interactions and how they trigger my brain is so helpful! 10/10 would definitely recommend
  • May 27, 2021

    By LPS
    Easy to use and very helpful.
  • Long time smoker May 29, 2020

    By carolkstarsfan
    I just passed the 6 month mark of being smoke free. This app really helped me early on and was worth the price. I used every tool that was available that first few weeks, and it made all the difference for me. I continue to use the free version to measure my progress and the articles are still available to me if I need reminders or refreshers. The only bad thing is that I did gain a lot of weight (which actually has also kept me from smoking during challenging times!)So now I’m in search of a program similar to this for weight loss.
  • Much improved. (update) Jul 31, 2019

    By Avery Lewis
    Old review is below, but figured I’d update. I stuck with the app, and although I still find the Premium upsell touchpoints annoying, I’m raising my rating because I haven’t encountered any aggravating bugs in the more recent updates, and more importantly - I’ve found that even sticking with the free tier, the app works. It’s a good way to quit smoking. —— I really wanted to love this app. Even met one of the founders at a YC event. However, the app UX is just terrible. Almost every screen contains a surprise button that will bring up a full screen salepage for the subscription/premium service. Tapping “No, ask me later” in the “Log your cigarettes” section immediately triggers the app rating prompt, every single time. And twice, I’ve gotten into views somehow with no buttons, and no way out except killing the app (this is on an iPhone XS Max). Very disappointing!
  • Apr 26, 2019

    By Kate D
    My quit date isn't until May 1st, so I cannot tell if this app really works in the long run. But the idea behind it, CBT, makes sense.. I have been using the app for a few days now and really have enjoyed the steps so far. They have really made me think in new ways and I feel pretty confident about quitting this time. Maybe I can leave another review in a few months and tell you if I was successful in quitting. Until then: The app is niceley made, a few minor improvements could be made in usabillity, but overall, really nice UX and great design! Also, I had a problem with the app this morning (well, so I thought, turned out to be my poor Internet connection, I think) and wrote to their support and got a very friendly answer just a few hours later. Super quick! So far I am very happy with this app. One star less because when I went into the "community" and read a post and wanted to reply, I was asked to pay another fee for that feature. So of course I didn't reply. I think they could be a bit more upfront about the costs on their website, at least. Oh, and the website is not mobile-friendly (at least on Android).
  • Mar 25, 2021

    By Martin Scaria
    Cigeratte logs have no connection with no. Of cigeratte avoided. Even if i tell the app that i had one smoke it will only stay in log. No changes in other data. Otherwise good app.
  • May 29, 2021

    By Will JC
    The app features are good but constantly having to log in is really irritating and kind of defeating the whole point of the app. Hopefully this is fixed very soon or the subscription will be cancelled.
  • Not yet Sep 20, 2020

    By Arizona transplant
    I have been reading to reviews and quite simply I wish there were free information. Believe me I know how much cigs cost. It seems if this is a doctor trying to get us to stop it would be free. Tapping on apps makes money right? Maybe I’m being cynical but I have been given the tools to quit from an addiction specialist that as a friend she did not charge. I am 64 will be 65 shortly and I AM tired of it and I have tried so many times with so many aids. So far I start off well and end up right back where I started. While I may download the app to see what is free but at this point I’m so disappointed in myself as well as the plans I’ve used so far. I will update a review after seeing what there is in the free part.
  • Mediocre Feb 5, 2018

    By Goonyguy
    I had such high hopes for this app! Especially since it was Apple recommend. I was neither impressed not disappointed with the free stage, but it was a lot of reading I scrolled through, and was kind of hoping the smoking “diary” would of had more options, and been more through. I quit smoking cold turkey when I became pregnant and thought I’d never smoke again. Obviously not the case, so for me finding out what triggers me to crave the cigarette would be an effective way to fight it. I also have received 50+ emails asking me to sign up for premium in 24 hours. And when I hit unsubscribe, I am taken to the main website, where there is no link I have been able to locate to unsubscribe. Irritating!
  • Can’t even get in :\ Aug 23, 2021

    By gh0stegrl
    I’m not going to give it too low of stars as I haven’t tried the app. Right after opening it tells me to log in, I don’t have an account I just downloaded the app.. I clicked ‘forgot password’ and it said ‘not quite’. I tried to put my email and new password into the login and it says ‘not quite’ again. Am I supposed to make an account online then try to login with it? Even if that’s the solution it seems like so much extra work when I could just do it on the app. There’s nothing else to click on the screen, it’s fully updated and honestly it’s just a little aggravating.
  • From great to terrible in one update. May 14, 2020

    By Bogrodo
    I did actually quit smoking thanks to this app. Unfortunately the positive reinforcements that helped me quit in the first place have stated working against me since the last update. At the end of each day I am used to tap the “no” button where the app asks you “Have you smoked today?”. After you confirm you haven’t smoked you receive a badge and an inspirational message of sort. It seems like a small thing but it helped me stay smoke free for several weeks together with the counter. The problem is since the last update each time I try to select “no” the app crashes, so I get zero badge è zero inspirational message. And what’s even more frustrating is that if you select “yes” (which to be clear it means you have slipped and you did smoke) the app doesn’t crash, making me feel like the app now wants me to fail! My craving have gotten much worse since this glitch appeared and I don’t want to reinstall the app because I don’t want to lose my progress.
  • Tricky Advertising May 25, 2021

    By what1231231231
    Sounds great at first as the first thing to do when setting up the app is you’re walked through paragraphs of motivational text and basics of CBT that frame your journey in a positive light. Sounds great!! Then, Halfway through the process you’re smacked with a page begging you to subscribe (like everything else nowadays, *sigh*). There is seemingly no real option to opt out, only opt in: either you press the giant blue Continue button (once again, halfway through setting up the app) or just find the sneaky little x in the far corner. If you do not subscribe you’re left with the setting up prompt on the home page (4/10) and can only log entries- might as well use the Notes app already on your iPhone or something. Funniest thing was the app touting on about and calculating how much I would save using the app and not buying vaping pods- the app would actually be more expensive than I would save quitting by your date🥴🤣🤣🤣
  • Mar 30, 2021

    By Rachel Lopez
    Still new and checking out all the features. But having to log in every time I try to open the app is super inconvenient. This should just stay logged in on my phone. I may look for another app if this can't be fixed.
  • Oct 15, 2018

    By A Google user
    Honestly quite dissatisfied with this app. I have been trying to cut back/quit smoking for months, and since I wasn't cutting back much on my own I thought I would download an app to help. At first I truly liked it, I especially liked that it had excersizes to help with anxiety. Some of the functions took more time to complete, and some of the excersizes were pretty pointless, but I decided to give it a go. After using it for an hour or so, I kept having notifications pop up over the page saying that I had to join a subscription of $60/3 months. I did not accept this, nor hit anything on the page. I would simply close and restart the app. After hours of realizing that I couldn't pass it, I decided to stop using it. Today, my second day using it, I woke up to my PayPal account notifying me that I have been charged $60. I have sent a complaint, and tried to cancel my subscription, but it will not be cancelled until January. I would've been fine spending money on something that truly helps me, but I don't think this app is nearly worth $20 a month. I have found free apps which I found were much more helpful.
  • Jul 5, 2021

    By Charlotte Tummillo
    I couldn't work out how to register!!! It only asked for log in. Given up especially after just reading that you do have to pay, despite being advertised as a free app. No thanks
  • Was better before May 3, 2020

    By Rarrobin
    It’s been about a year and a half since I used this last. It helped me quit smoking but some rough stuff happened and I started again and abandoned this app. Now here I am looking to quit again so I start using this app again because it helped so much last time. It’s changed completely and not really in a good way. There used to be a handful of mini sessions to listen to when craving which were a tremendous help that were free and other ones you had to have the subscription to use that were also helpful. The subscription price has also gone up quite a bit. I don’t really use the personal coach and really just want the little sessions. But they are all locked. So are the after quitting sessions. It’s very disappointing that something that was amazing before has just gone down. The price isn’t the worst if you are a regular smoker but all I wanted was those craving sessions. They helped a lot and the only way to use them and really anything in the app is with the subscription. There used to be a variety of subscription types but now there’s just one. It’s just disheartening.
  • Aug 6, 2021

    By Rebbecca Caldwell
    No option to register. Only option us to login. I don't have an account so it just tells me email address isn't valid and to try again.
  • Aug 13, 2021

    By Jodie Webb
    Asks for a login but doesnt give the option to set up a user and password for a new user so is therefore unusable. I tried using my email password but that didnt work.What am i missing here?
  • Aug 19, 2021

    By Emma
    Installed, couldn't register only log in. Immediate uninstall!
  • Aug 25, 2021

    By Thomas Thayer
    Terrible app, doesn't work! Don't bother wasting your time.
  • Aug 4, 2021

    By Jeff Bishop
    Very poor functionality. Fails to connect regularly, then blames me for missing appointments it forced me to miss. This app is not ready for prime time.
  • Jul 26, 2021

    By Robis
    Couldn't even register in;)
  • Jun 29, 2021

    By Sandeep Das
    How can new user use this app without sign-up option?
  • Money Grab Aug 8, 2018

    By sarrington4764
    I was really excited while reading about this app, but their payment plan setup is incredibly overpriced and sneaky...they offer a three day trial, but you’re obviously not going to quit smoking in 3 days, so you pay the 20 dollars, fine. But, whether successful in quitting or not, people will inevitably forget the app ever existed after a month or so, while the contract gives the company permission to continue charging every three months indefinitely. Clearly, these men are intelligent and knowledgeable about how people think, and they used those skills to craft a very efficient means of getting as much money out of people as possible. I believe your response above that you are trying to raise funds for the project, which is admirable, but that doesn’t excuse dishonesty.

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