Quit Smoking With The Help Of "Stop Smoking" App

Smoking may be a nasty habit, but if quitting it was easy, everyone would do it. Over the years, people came up with numerous methods, books, seminars, and gadgets to help others stop smoking and with the rise of modern smartphones, we've also seen a surge of "quit smoking" apps. As it turns out, another one of those recently debuted on the Google Play Store and from the looks of it, it's a rather convenient tool for people trying to drop their unhealthy habit. The app in question is simply titled 'Stop Smoking' and was developed by TedSoft, an independent studio based in Prague, Czech Republic.

In the context of other similar apps, the most novel feature of Stop Smoking is its material design which perfectly utilizes Google's modern design language. The main menu of the app provides access to six categories: Dashboard, Health, Smoking History, Assistant, Tips, and Counter. Self-explanatory categories aside, the built-in assistant is a convenient way of coming up with a long-term strategy to quit cigarettes forever. Namely, this feature will generate a smoking plan with the goal of gradually decreasing the number of cigarettes you smoke on a daily basis. Stop Smoking also boasts health regeneration milestones designed to motivate you to continue with your decision to drop the unhealthy habit.

Of course, like every other app for quitting smoking worth its salt, Stop Smoking also comes packed with a plethora of tips for dropping cigarettes for good. Furthermore, this mobile tool features a smoking history record so that you can manually log each cigarette you consume. For added motivation, you'll be able to use the app to calculate how much money you've saved while you're reducing the number of cigarettes you smoke daily. Stop Smoking also allows you to create a custom profile and make use of not one, but two convenient widgets so that you can quickly use its primary functions directly from your Android home screen. Last but not least, this mobile solution also features native support for Android Wear, which means you'll be able to receive notifications from the app directly to your Android Wear device of choice. So, if you're a cigar lover or a cigarette aficionado considering quitting or at least limiting their unhealthy habit, Stop Smoking seems like an app that's worth checking out.

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