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!
Upbeat, easy to use app that promotes calm unemotional support with its clean layout and useful distractions.
What a great free app. A lot of these sobriety apps charge for services but this one provides comparable services and it’s a great support
I went into recovery almost a year ago then relapsed 5 months in. I didn’t use a certain substance during my relapse and I have been very proud of that. I am clean again (30 days today) and love that I can keep track of my current sobriety date but also my sobriety date off of that certain substance
This app really helps me stay accountable! Loving it!
I have binge eating disorder, so I use this app to track how many days since my last binge. I love the clean interface and the fact that you can customize colors. I haven’t gotten too deep into other features like journaling or following others’ clocks, but it’s serving the purpose I needed and looks a lot better than other apps I looked into. Thanks for putting so much work into this!
Helped get me to three years!!! Used it almost daily to keep me going 😍
App helps soooooo much.
I was, found this app and now I’m 8 days into new healthy habits! No looking back. I’m not tech savvy so I don’t like complicated things, but this is very easy to understand and use. The encouragement section makes me feel like I can do it. I would agree on not yet finding the best accountability partner, but the encouragement page in part makes up for this. There are always people ready to celebrate your victories and you find yourself celebrating theirs as well!
Let me start off by saying I love this app, I truly do. I love the fact that it tells me down to the minute of how “sober” or clean I’ve been. I also love all the features of the app, such as journaling, refocusing exercises/ games, meeting “accountability partners” or sponsors in a virtual way, etc. There are many great aspects to this app, which is why I recommend it to all of my friends who have used, do use, and/ or want to stop using drugs, alcohol, or whatever your vice may be. That brings me to another point— I *love* the fact that you’re able to choose what your “vice” or drug of choice is on nomo. Off the top of my head, I can name drugs, alcohol, sex, cigarettes, food, shopping, gambling, and some others that you can choose from. One thing I do wish, though, is that one could physically type in what their vice is that they would like to stop doing, just because there are many things one could be addicted to if they have that genetic predisposition to addiction and/ or from their upbringing or surroundings, but anyways... Now for the bugs, glitches, etc. I’ll add that it is July 1st of 2019, and when I just went to check my sobriety it wouldn’t register my finger to click the button. Of course it could possibly be my screen, but I have no cracks or chips in it. Secondly, it would be better if you were able to choose more colors for your profile or clock color (I know that’s a stupid suggestion). Honestly though, besides the bugs and glitches as of recently or today, I really love this app and I would suggest it to anyone who has an unhealthy habit that they want to quit. Like I mentioned earlier regarding editing your clock name, I’ll give you an example: You open the app and there’s an option to create a clock. So you choose from one of the things that I had listed in an above paragraph, and after that you can edit your clock name to whatever you want, such as, “Patsy’s Heroin Sobriety” or something like that. So I somewhat take back what I said about physically typing in what you want your name to be, but there still are only like 10 or so categories to choose from regarding your addiction. Thank you for the app, and hopefully this gets posted for people to see!! Have a great day!
This app is easy to understand, straightforward and effective. I love the little extra motivation it gives me. NOMO has made staying on track less of a challenge.
This app has been super helpful with keeping me accountable and the daily notification setting is really cool because every day is a new day to be proud of. Thank you Parker!!
First of all, I never review apps. Sorry app makers! I’ll work on that. Maybe I’ll put it a nomo clock of some kind. I plan on donating to the Nomo cause (as noted in the banner down low) — I love that there are no ads. The app is simply there to help you and you can track so many things in a myriad of ways. Even if you aren’t an alcoholic, it’s a great app just to track your days between drinks. Maybe you’ve never noticed that you can’t go more than two days without a drink, and it triggers you to try for longer. We are all addicted to something and this helps give you motivation to stop or cut back. Nothing eggs me on more than a streak! Thanks for making such a beautiful app and thanks for helping my sobriety (among other things).
Thank you for creating this. It’s another tool helping people in their sobriety. Very easy to use and helpful.
I’ve used this app to keep track of how many days I have for about 2 years now. The upgrades have been so helpful and they keep getting better! I love the refocusing games like the bubble wrap, memory game, and breathing exercises to help me stay grounded during stressful times.
Great app, has worked for me
I was skeptical about this app, as many others seem to be the same. However, after realizing this sobriety counter has activities to help curb the temptation, I was impressed. I shared this app with friends, and it’s grown into a community of accountability. I like how I can send a “SOS” to others as a means of reaching out for support, along with journaling and/or writing pieces of encouragement. I highly recommend those who want to try sobriety to check it out.
This is really helped to motivate me! I’m motivated by multiple things and it is all tracked here in one spot...money that I’ve saved, it tracks my calories I’ve saved... it’s amazing how much weight I couldn’t lose because of ALLrge empty calories that I was drinking, and the amount of hours that I could’ve spent doing something positive and that I instead spent drinking and being miserable. I absolutely love this app! Thank you to the young man that created it - This app helps me live sober, one day at a time.
Just beginning my sober journey, and this app has been a life saver! So easy to use, love the encouragement each day. And it’s great collecting your chips to track your progress.
This app works great to keep track of your sobriety date. It’s much better then the other apps
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