Nomo is the number 1 sobriety tracking app in the AppStore! The coolest part is that I'm not a company. I'm just a guy in recovery who made an app that's helping hundreds of thousands of people all around the world! I would LOVE for Nomo to be a significant part of your recovery!
One great way to stay encouraged is to see your progress. Nomo will break down tons of stats like your streaks, how much money you've saved, how many calories you've burned (for alcohol clocks), how much time you've saved, and a ton more!
Create a clock for each issue you're working on!
Track things like money saved, calories burned (for alcohol clocks), time not wasted, etc!
(Optional) Share your clocks with friends, family, accountability partners, sponsors, counselors, etc.
You'll earn a new milestone chip for various lengths of sobriety!
Checking in saves a timestamps that shows you're actively checking your clock.
You can set the name, color, category, sobriety date, and more!
Yes and no. Many people just want a simple counter that will show them the number of days that they've been clean and sober. If that's all you want, Nomo is perfect for that!
However, if you look under the hood, Nomo is so much more! Everything from an encouragement wall, to accountability partner searching, to mini-exercises to help you refocus! Nomo has been an ongoing project with user-suggested features that get added all the time. I like to say that it's a community built app.
I want Nomo to be packed with useful features, but I also want to it be a simple clock. If you just want the clock, awesome! Ignore everything else. Otherwise, the dashboard opens up a ton of helpful tools!
If you attend meetings, it's common for everyone in the group to connect with each other in the app. If you don't go to meetings, Nomo can search for accountability partners! Once connected, you can share your clocks and message each others. It's a great way of staying accountable!
Journaling is a huge part of recovery. It allows us to get our thoughts out of heads an on to paper... or screens. This is a no-frills, to-the-point journal. Write your thoughts and move on. Journal entries are completely private and a great place for you to vent or celebrate.
Sometimes we just need to hear from others. The encourage wall is a place where you can read encouraging words from the community. You can even post them yourself! It's a great way to stay motivated and to motivate others.
We all know that feeling... the urge to make a mistake. I created a handful of mini-exercises/games to help you refocus and slow down those impulses. It has everything from breathing exercises to virtual bubble wrap. If you're feeling tempted, take a minute to distract yourself and refocus.
Once you've connected with an accountability partner, you'll be able to private message each other within the app. This is perfect for checking in and sending quick words of encouragement. It's also great when you're feeling tempted and need to reach out.
I'm not a company. I'm literally just a guy in recovery who created an app that I needed. I'm blown away by how many people have made Nomo a part of their journey. I'm so proud of the community for getting behind Nomo and making suggestions to make it even better.
"Why not charge 99 cents and rake in the dough?" is a question I'm asked often. It's 100% a moral thing. So many people won't download an app if they have to pay for it. Even having, "Contains in-app purchases" is a major deterrent for a lot of people. I don't want anything to stand in someone's way of getting help. With that said, I intentionally don't charge for Nomo.
"Do you run ads?" is the next obvious question. Yes, I do and I personally hate it. Unfortunately, since I pay for everything out of pocket, the ads are a massive help with offsetting that cost. However, a lot of people don't like ads and I'm completely with them on that one.
I set a PayPal link that lets you donate any amount that you feel you can part with and that's worth it. In return, PayPal will forward you to a page where you have to option to disable ads on your account. The amount is completely up to you. I appreciate every penny. If you want ads removed, but you can't afford to donate anything, I completely understand. Just shoot me an email and let me know. The last thing I want is for money to keep someone from using Nomo.
Here are a few screenshots from the app!
I have tried several apps for sobriety and find this one to be very calming. I especially like the component that they have breathing and distraction tools built in, which have helped stave off a craving many a time.
easy to use and gets the job done. start your recovery
I love nomo, I have had this app off and on for years. The easiness of this app is a big deal especially for this alcoholic mind of mine.
This app is so thoughtful and simple. I was looking for an app I could use that acted like a calendar I used to have where I would mark an ‘X’ on the day that I completed all my goals. Seeing all the ‘X’s on my calendar for a whole month was so motivating that it kept me going. This now replaces that and I get to look at it multiple times a day whenever I am feeling the need to ‘cheat’ myself. I have circles for multiple things beyond alcohol and I love that this app encourages you to do so! I use it for drinking, emotional eating, daily movement and meditation. Being a visual learner and motivated by accomplishing my goals, this simple layout of all the circles on one page is VERY aesthetically pleasing. Also, shoutout to the creator of this app. From the moment I opened the app, to the email and personal story video I received, it felt like I was connecting to a community rather than a product. Your ‘Why’ behind this service is so clear and authentic. Kudos to you and thank you for creating this for all of us to benefit from!! xx
I’m struggling with staying sober and every time I go on this app I’m reminded of the reason why I went sober. It makes me feel proud of myself seeing the number of days sober rise. This app helps me keep going and staying focused on what really matters.
Amazing for anything from sobriety of(DOC drug.of.choice. gambling, sex, food, etc.) 200/5 rating. Amazing application (HIGHLY RECOMMEND)
I really enjoy that you can create multiple clocks to track your sobriety. I struggle with both alcohol and weed and have different dates for those so I love that I can personalize it to my own needs rather than just a blanket single sobriety clock.
Great app to keep track of my sobriety and the name is clever too nomo (no more) love it.
I’ve been using this app for about 2 weeks now, I really enjoy how easy it is to use. I like the look of the clocks and the ability to assign them categories and a different color. Would definitely recommend for anyone tracking sobriety or anything else in their life.
I love having a visual reminder of my sobriety time. Great app, user friendly and motivational!
As I write this review, it’s distracting me from relapsing. Just having a clock saying with pride how long it’s been since you’ve indulged in whatever habit you desperately wanna kick helps so much. Enough said.
Works great for me. It does what I needed it to do. Simple and easy. I do what I’m supposed to do, it does what it’s supposed to do. Win/win! Keep doing what you’re doing!
Easy and interactive.
I love how the clocks are easy to use. And love the layout!
Alcoholic here, this app has helped me so much. I check this app everyday. It makes me visually see my accomplishments which gives me a sense confidence that you won’t get from any other app. It makes you really realize that it’s one day at a time.
This app has been a tremendous help for me as I find multiple timers help me manager and create goals on my path of embracing sober living day by day. I also LOVE that it’s a passion project Parker put something into the universe that has helped so many people. Much Love my friend. Your making a difference!
I like it. It’s simple, and it’s powerful. And I keep it on my phone so it’s there when I need it - even if I go long periods w/o checking in.
Whenever I’m tempted to give into bad habits, I read my list of goals I keep in my pocket and check this app to see how far I’ve come and actually press the “reset” button to see that if I give in, it’s been “this long,” and my sobriety would end today. I do slip up, but this is a great tool for resisting my bad habits. Personally opiates, a few other drugs, and I had the idea to use it to track eating habits like having fast food and binge eating too... I learned about this app on Reddit and it’s been great. Thank you to the creator(s) and people that made this a reality. Also the resources the app provides are pretty decent. 5/5 app
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