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iQuit. Is there really a better time than right now?
Start using the iQuit 'Scheduled Reduction' method today, and be free...
Does a smoker really care how much time has passed since their last cigarette? When trying to quit gradually, all a smoker wants to know is: "How long do I need to wait until I can have another one?"
iQuit lets you know when you can and can't! What's the trick? iQuit makes you wait a little longer each time. You set the parameters of your addiction and the time you want to arrive at your goal, iQuit holds your hand the whole way!
You can connect iQuit to Facebook to let your friends share their support too. It never hurts to have someone else helping out when trying to manage something so difficult!
You can do it! iQuit -and your friends- can help. Good Luck!
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What's New in Version 2.5
Minor bug fixes
Cutting down WILL NOT work!
As long as you keep putting nicotine into your body, or rather, keep feeding the 'monster,' the nicotine 'monster' won't die. Do really want to ruin your day by doing nothing other than waiting, longing for your next cigarette? Get as far away from your last cigarette, understand the craving is the nicotine monster (that's been killing you) is dying. In 3 weeks, 95% of all the nicotine in your body will be gone, and remember there is no such thing as 'just one cigarette' after you've quit. That one cigarette revives the monster, and if you go on smoking for the next month or two, that one cigarette has turned into hundreds of dollars spent on packs, all to kill yourself. For f's sake, read The Easy Way To Stop Smoking by Allen Carr and unbrainwash yourself, like I did 7 weeks ago.
Slight issue with app logic please consider changing
I like the app a lot just what I wanted. But... I smoke at different intervals at different times. My least time between smokes is 15 minutes my greatest is over 3 hours. It all depends on what I'm doing. Driving I smoke more. Working I smoke less. Home on weekends I smoke more. My suggestion: track smoking for 1 week then set smoking intervals based on day and time trend. Or... track for one day and set interval beginning with the least time between cigarettes. I told it I smoke 20 a day within 18 hours and it set my interval at approx an hour between smokes. I had to lie and say I smoke 80 a day to get a 15 minute interval. Good suggestion?
Here it is! Download it!
I have smoked for 34 years, downloaded the app just to see what it was all about. Well here it is one week later and I have more than cut my smoking in half. I am a very heavy smoker, never figured I could do this. I am we'll pleased with the results so far and it is proving to me that I can do this. The default was three months, I cut that back to one and I'm sticking with it! Give it a try you have nothing to loose and it is free! Best of luck and let me say this, give it a try, YOU can do it!