Best Sobriety Apps for iOS

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Recovery from alcohol use disorder takes a lot of strength and courage, but it also requires access to resources and support.

It is especially important to maintain that support network in order to achieve long-term recovery. It makes sense that we access that support via our smartphones — a device that we already use to stay connected.

 

 

To help you on your recovery journey, we’ve listed a range of iOS apps to help you, from sobriety counters to community-based groups and digital meeting apps. (You can check out Android apps in our blog, What are the Best Sobriety Apps for Android)

 

Sobriety Counters & Apps

  • Sober Time: allows 10 unique display modes to keep you inspired in your recovery journey.  Cost: Free
  • SoberTool: Harvard-educated addiction recovery counselor developed this tool using proven techniques that help you stay sober.  Cost: Free
  • Workit Health: is an app that provides a portal to online counseling, interactive courses, exercises, and telemedicine clinicians. Free! Treatment costs vary based on coverage and many types of insurance are accepted, so get a cost for care upon signup.
  • I Am Sober: tracks days sober, milestones, helps you build new habits, and has a withdrawal timeline to understand what to expect in recovery. Cost: one month is $4.99 or 6 months is $27.49.
  • Sober Sidekick: offers instant sober support and advice as well as a clock feature. Cost: Free.
  • LOOSID: helps to connect you to a sober community and keep track of your recovery. Cost: Free.
  • Quitzilla: Sobriety counter and bad habits breaker. This app allows you to track your behaviors, analyze them, and help you break them. Cost: $4.99 per month.
  • SoberGrid: more than a sobriety tracker, this app is a sober network of people around the world who are in recovery. Features a burning desire alert that shows when you need immediate support. Cost: Free (unless you become a supporting member).
  • Nomo: is an app designed by a guy in recovery who found keeping track of his recovery helpful. The app allows you to share sobriety clocks and shows you a breakdown of your progress. Cost: Free.
  • Clean Time Companion: provides a day counter for anyone recovering from alcohol, drugs, overeating, gambling, or smoking. Cost: Free.

Find Community in Recovery

Whether you are looking for a meeting or just an online community, there is a range of free recovery support options available. The following apps have been rated by peers as support for their recovery. 

  • SoberGrid: more than a sobriety tracker, this app is a sober network of people around the world who are in recovery. Features a burning desire alert that shows when you need immediate support.
  • Sober Sidekick: offers instant sober support and advice as well as a clock feature.
  • LOOSID: As we mentioned above, this app helps to keep track of your recovery and connect you to a sober community.
  • RecoveryLink provides digital recovery support, including meetings, yoga, meditation, and movement.
  • We Connect Recovery provides peer support, rewards for recovery, and help to build routines.
  • RecoveryLink offers digital recovery support services, including connecting with a peer recovery support specialist. 
  • Reddit Recovery offers message boards and a virtual support hangout. 

Don’t worry if you don’t have an iPhone, you can access Android apps in our blog, What are the Best Sobriety Apps for Android.

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