If you have been a smoker for years and your number of cigarettes per day is very high, you may need more than an app. Try consulting your doctor or looking for more information, but what is clear is that these apps will help you in the process.
Quit Smoking Little by Little – Quit Smoking with Guidelines and Aids
With a name as explicit as Stop smoking little by little little room for doubt remains. This app will allow us to put the amount of cigarettes you smoke in a day and the days you want to quit.
The app will tell you how often you can smoke and it will gradually reduce the amount of cigarettes, making it so that abstinence is noticed as little as possible. One of the most popular quitting apps.
S’acabó – Cut in the bud
This app, called It’s over is an application of the Spanish Society of Tobacco Specialists (SEDET). This app will provide you with tips and help to cope with the first weeks, which are the hardest. Either reminding you of the benefits of not smoking or being able to remember your reasons for it by writing it down.
It also calculates what you are saving on tobacco since you are trying to quit, which is always an incentive to do so. You also have achievements, time you have been without smoking, an explanation of the medication and a long etcetera.
EasyQuit – An app with a thousand options
The next option is EasyQuit, although in the Play Store in Spanish it appears simply as app to quit smoking. This app allows you to consult scientific statistics to remember all the benefits of not smoking. Statistics related to blood circulation, mental health, oxygen levels and a long etcetera.
It has a mode to stop smoking slowly and that the blow is not so hard, although you can do it at a higher speed with other modes. You can also check your money saved.
EasyQuit states that if you feel like smoking a cigar, with a memory game that is provided that lasts just 3 minutes, you will lose the urge. Will you try it?
Respirapp – The AECC app
This app is the one offered by the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC). This app offers us an orientation guide in 4 phases. This guide will allow us to quit smoking in about a month. You will even have a free phone number for help and inquiries.
Smoke Free – Turn it into a game
This is an app that users like a lot. Smoke Free is an app that suggests quitting smoking as a game. It offers you daily challenges, you have some achievements to achieve as if it were a video game and it will tell you how your health is going and much more.
You can set some goals yourself, so you can also “play” with personal goals. In the end, you know yourself better than anyone.
Qwit – Make it easy on yourself
This app, Qwit works much like Smoke Free. This app presents this to you as a game. A challenge to face with your achievements, medals and much more. In addition to having information about health and much more.
Kwit – Make sure you don’t smoke again
With a name almost identical to the previous app, Kwit It allows us to consult especially why we have certain problems, certain withdrawal symptoms and how to overcome them, in addition to keeping a very easy and understandable control of your progression.
QuitNow! – Leave it already!
The following app is QuitNow! This app will also allow us to see our achievements and progress. But it will also allow us to talk with ex-smokers and how they managed to quit. A very useful app to get the opinion of several people.
Flamy – Start a smoke-free life
With Flamy you can “play” with your friends. Propose a challenge among yourselves, to see who smokes less, to see who is longer without smoking, etc. In this way the incentives are greater, since you can share it with your friends. Anyway, you can do it alone and use the plan and the achievements that the app offers you.
Quit Smoking Assistant – The Assistant to Lose Your Addiction
This one has certain different touches to the previous ones. Here they will not tell you what you are gaining since you are trying (which too), if not what you have lost in your years as a smoker. Something a bit shocking that can make you see things in perspective.
Quit smoking – Smokerstop
It is divided into several categories. First of all, we find the objectives, daily premises to gradually give up cigarettes, since it is not recommended to do so in a radical way. Next, we have a series of tips to raise awareness about the effects of tobacco and a counter with the days without smoking and finally, information about the state of our body since we quit smoking, in a rough way.
Smoking Log – Stop Smoking
We must manually count the cigarettes that we have been smoking since we have decided to quit, so that the app makes its own statistics as well as the time that passes between one cigarette and another. In addition, it shows the money that we have saved by having chosen to quit smoking, something that also shows in your pocket.
Non-smoker Pro – Quit Smoking
The characteristic of this app is that it relies heavily on the health aspect to achieve that change in bad habits when smoking. To do this, it shows data such as the improvement in our heart rate, or the toxins that we have stopped inhaling from tobacco. In addition, the community plays an important role in this app, with its own forum to comment on experiences about tobacco use.
An initiative made in Spain, awarded and with the help of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It is a guide prepared by experts to take the first steps to not continue smoking, focused on reduce psychological stress that creates quitting and motivates the individual to continue with the challenge. To combat that anxiety, the app proposes daily goals, reflections and myths about tobacco, mind games to reduce stress and a final review. A complete program to stop smoking.
Tobano – quit smoking
This app has a system of levels that will be unlocked as we advance in the process of quitting tobacco. In this way, it seeks the incentive of the user through the curiosity of knowing what is in store for us at the next level, with new information and new objectives. On the other hand, it also has a counter for money saved and hours without smoking.
Smoking Less, Smoking Less
Whether in Spanish or English, the case is to stop smoking by any means, which is the important thing. After an initial questionnaire to find out what type of smoker we are, it offers us a simple interface to show data on our progress. Likewise, every time we light a cigarette, it will be enough to press a button within the app, without having to do anything else.
With a structure based on the opinions of the AECC and the WHO, offers a flexible plan to quit smoking. We say flexible because it includes the exceptions that we make during abstinence. It is okay if we smoke one or two cigarettes, that will help us to quit completely much sooner. In addition, it presents a private chat to contact other users.
It shows a graphical follow-up of our progress in the goal of quitting tobacco, with data on the restoration of the body such as the level of oxygen in the body or the level of nicotine. A very striking detail is the representation of lungs, whose state will change as we progress.
How to quit smoking in 5 steps
This app proposes a simple process to quit smoking, just with a 5 step program. Simple on theory, because it is not so easy to give up tobacco in the first 5 days, which seem to be vital to permanently quit. Of course, we cannot skip any of the steps proposed by the app.
Smoker face – Smokerface
As many know, the deterioration caused by tobacco use is quite popular. In every way, be it fingers, nails, teeth, and even skin color. This app shows precisely the difference between being a smoker or a smoker, and not being one. It shows details of each and every part of the face, with the consequences that smoking generates to raise awareness.
And these are our recommendations for apps to quit smoking. Do you have any recommendations of your own? Have any of these worked for you or will you dare to try it?