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Sober Time - Sober Day Counter & Clean Time Clock

Sober Time - Sober Day Counter & Clean Time Clock

Sociosoftware

Sober Time is the #1 sober day counter that's helping thousands stay clean.

4.7 Ratings 31K+ Reviews 500K+ Downloads
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Sober Time is the #1 sober day counter that's helping thousands stay clean.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.7
30.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    81+%
  2. 4
    15+%
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  • Amazing tool and app for recovery of all kinds. Apr 22, 2020

    By Rich 🐼
    This app has made me feel so much strength and hope when sometimes that can be a challenge especially during a global pandemic. I am more then amazed at what the app so freely offers a way to have my goals in front of me, tracking my goals, personalizing it, and also a big community which is in the form of a forum. It’s beyond helpful and it’s something I will use every single day when I start my day, or anytime really I need or want to! That’s the beauty in it. If you’re in recovery or want to get help and don’t know how to start doin so then you should def Check this app out. It could very much save ur life, as well as MANY OTHERS 🙏🏻‼️🤟🏼♥️ thank you to the developers you are such selfless ppl and you have impacted my life greatly already and forever will.
    more
  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Amy Fletcher-Foster
    Great app. I'd like more options to personalize the addiction screen, i.e. not having to pick between your title OR the goal progress but can have any combo of all. Thanks! Edit: The automatic quotes should be generated to match the success. If I have to reset, the next day's motivation should be individualized to reflect that. Also, when I didn't fail x10mos (so far) the motivation shouldn't be about failures. There isn't much positive reinforment, just always, "you can do better," which I am.
    more
  • Great for simplicity and tracking your progress Aug 27, 2018

    By rlat1
    After going to treatment for alcohol, I decided I wanted some accountability for myself and to be able to track every second I was sober. This app does the job, above and beyond. It’s so simple to use, and it tracks your sobriety time from the SECOND you stopped drinking / using. I use this app every single day as a reminder of how far I have come. The daily quotes are great and a helpful push on those rough days all of us in recovery go through. During the times that I struggle the most, I open this app and stare at the clock tick and realize that every second that goes by is another achievement. Over 30 days sober with the help of this app, and I’m so grateful. Thank you to the creators of this app, and for those of you in sobriety- this is a must!
    more
  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Melanie Krepp
    Great daily reminders of why I am choosing a sober life. One problem I find difficult is after my first year I got 'goal achieved' and there is only display of my number of days or weeks sober. Other apps continue past one year for goals. I understand it is a minor issue, although part of why I use sober apps are to continue to remind myself of achieving another day or month or year without alcohol. I really enjoy the daily quotes.
    more
  • Accomplished. Feb 20, 2019

    By mopchopper
    It’s not even about me WANTING to be sober. Who WANTS to be sober when you’re like this? No one looks forward to never again having the only source of happiness they’ve known for however long they’ve suffered. Having this number, this goal to look forward to every morning is what keeps me going. I’d really like to go back to my old behaviors.. but I’d REEEEALLY rather see this clock ticking higher and higher. How far can I go? Once I get too far, I won’t wanna reset the clock, and the urges to use are gone, anyways. This app is extremely helpful and much appreciated. I’m sure it could use some additional features here and there as people have mentioned, but the idea of this sobriety ticker is genius. Thank you.
    more
  • So. Feb 25, 2018

    By AdamGonzo
    You are one to offer this app to people who are interested in sobriety, but still require money for all the added benefits? Sounds like a new addiction. Mind you, it’s a great app for folks who are interested. Let’s move into the idea of why people are seeking this app, for sobriety. That means not spending money for things they need to help them move through space and time without an addiction to a substance or to spend money towards a substance to survive. What a worthless way to defeat substance abuse - realize that this app is a substance as well. And so are the commercials you run on your application. You should learn about token target before you release an app that influences the same exact target they are trying to rid.
    more

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  • Amazing tool and app for recovery of all kinds. Apr 22, 2020

    By Rich 🐼
    This app has made me feel so much strength and hope when sometimes that can be a challenge especially during a global pandemic. I am more then amazed at what the app so freely offers a way to have my goals in front of me, tracking my goals, personalizing it, and also a big community which is in the form of a forum. It’s beyond helpful and it’s something I will use every single day when I start my day, or anytime really I need or want to! That’s the beauty in it. If you’re in recovery or want to get help and don’t know how to start doin so then you should def Check this app out. It could very much save ur life, as well as MANY OTHERS 🙏🏻‼️🤟🏼♥️ thank you to the developers you are such selfless ppl and you have impacted my life greatly already and forever will.
    more
  • Great for simplicity and tracking your progress Aug 27, 2018

    By rlat1
    After going to treatment for alcohol, I decided I wanted some accountability for myself and to be able to track every second I was sober. This app does the job, above and beyond. It’s so simple to use, and it tracks your sobriety time from the SECOND you stopped drinking / using. I use this app every single day as a reminder of how far I have come. The daily quotes are great and a helpful push on those rough days all of us in recovery go through. During the times that I struggle the most, I open this app and stare at the clock tick and realize that every second that goes by is another achievement. Over 30 days sober with the help of this app, and I’m so grateful. Thank you to the creators of this app, and for those of you in sobriety- this is a must!
    more
  • Accomplished. Feb 20, 2019

    By mopchopper
    It’s not even about me WANTING to be sober. Who WANTS to be sober when you’re like this? No one looks forward to never again having the only source of happiness they’ve known for however long they’ve suffered. Having this number, this goal to look forward to every morning is what keeps me going. I’d really like to go back to my old behaviors.. but I’d REEEEALLY rather see this clock ticking higher and higher. How far can I go? Once I get too far, I won’t wanna reset the clock, and the urges to use are gone, anyways. This app is extremely helpful and much appreciated. I’m sure it could use some additional features here and there as people have mentioned, but the idea of this sobriety ticker is genius. Thank you.
    more
  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Jerry Lowery
    I started my journey 39 days ago and I found this app it's kind of a cool way help me remember how far I've come even though it is still just one day at a time. I like the different options though of how it will count your time and no I don't do social media it appears to have some good options to connect.
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  • Dec 24, 2020

    By Shelby Obrien
    Simple yet effective. Some of my favorite features are how you can change what it tracks your sobriety by, days, weeks, months, etc. It also can tell you how much your saving. I also love the little quotes it has to help push you to sobriety. Its helped me stay motivated to stay sober and makes my life easier when keeping track of how long its been because I'm super forgetful.
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  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Amy Fletcher-Foster
    Great app. I'd like more options to personalize the addiction screen, i.e. not having to pick between your title OR the goal progress but can have any combo of all. Thanks! Edit: The automatic quotes should be generated to match the success. If I have to reset, the next day's motivation should be individualized to reflect that. Also, when I didn't fail x10mos (so far) the motivation shouldn't be about failures. There isn't much positive reinforment, just always, "you can do better," which I am.
    more
  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Melanie Krepp
    Great daily reminders of why I am choosing a sober life. One problem I find difficult is after my first year I got 'goal achieved' and there is only display of my number of days or weeks sober. Other apps continue past one year for goals. I understand it is a minor issue, although part of why I use sober apps are to continue to remind myself of achieving another day or month or year without alcohol. I really enjoy the daily quotes.
    more
  • Thank you May 12, 2020

    By ky444444
    This is helping me to control my smoking habit! I love it and checking this app makes me feel good about my progress. It gives me something to look forward to; at the very least I can feel accomplished looking at how long I’ve gone without smoking (currently been 3 days and counting). I’ve quit before, but now having this app idk it makes me feel better about it and more incentivized to do so. I’m also using this app to track my break from social media. I purchased the widget so I can swipe right on my home screen and easily see my progress. Only 1 “addiction” is displayed on the widget tho :/. Other than that I appreciate this app for its functionality and it being free (less any additional features you might want to add). Shoutout to marzyjane (Marz Lovejoy) on IG for sharing this app!
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  • Wonderful app - so happy I found it. Jul 13, 2018

    By Kriskilc
    It’s refreshing to see something (an app, a robot) caring about me and my sobriety. Though the app is a bit convoluted, it’s wonderful. It encourages you, you can enable notifications so it’ll say “One week Sober!” Or something like that. It’s motivating and it has “achievements,” such as “3 days sober” “1 week sober” or “double digits!” The app is VERY congested, it took me a while to figure out where to put my information, and I don’t use half of the functions available on the app. There’s just too much going on. But I only just check it now and then and it’s really helpful!
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  • Good app, not fond of the commercials Jun 28, 2020

    By Fatman dew
    Nice that you can set a daily spend estimate and it counts that every hour. You can reset and restart your addiction and name those restarts. I would say I drank too much but not to extremes. It just affected my weight and energy level. I can’t say I have broken the cycle, but this is a helpful app. I would pay $5 for the app if it allowed me to get rid of the ads. They are mostly in the form of videos that blast out audio and bring attention to you and drive people to ask you what you are doing...” oh, nothing.”
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  • Jan 4, 2021

    By Dana Chequis
    The app is great for the most part. It seems daily messages which I love. But it only tracks goals for the first year, after that your on your own. Sadly the app tells you you've completed all your goals. Who says that to someone in recovery?! Definitely would have given it 5 stars if it weren't for those two things.
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  • So. Feb 25, 2018

    By AdamGonzo
    You are one to offer this app to people who are interested in sobriety, but still require money for all the added benefits? Sounds like a new addiction. Mind you, it’s a great app for folks who are interested. Let’s move into the idea of why people are seeking this app, for sobriety. That means not spending money for things they need to help them move through space and time without an addiction to a substance or to spend money towards a substance to survive. What a worthless way to defeat substance abuse - realize that this app is a substance as well. And so are the commercials you run on your application. You should learn about token target before you release an app that influences the same exact target they are trying to rid.
    more

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