Download a stop smoking App
Want to stop smoking? There’s an App for that…
Most of us use apps every day for entertainment, news, health and much more.
When it comes to trying to quit smoking, free apps can support you at any time and especially when you feel the urge to smoke or find yourself struggling.
A stop smoking app can provide extra encouragement on your journey to better health. It can give you advice, tips, and tools to track your progress. Seeing how far you’ve come can be a real incentive to keep going.
Download the right app to help you quit smoking
What do the experts say?
Health experts say stop smoking apps can help you give up cigarettes for good. They are especially useful when you combine them with other quit smoking support like:
- Free help from a stop smoking expert
- Nicotine replacement products
- Prescribed medication
- Nicotine vaping and
- Motivational support by text
What stop smoking apps are available?
Every app has different features to help you stop smoking. Some tips and resources may work better for you than others. The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps ORCHA provides an independent review of digital health apps on its website.
Combine your stop smoking choices
Apps on your phone are a great way to help you to quit smoking. But, you are more likely to quit smoking by mixing and matching support, using an app and:
- Talk to a tobacco dependence advisor
- Get prescribed medication from your GP
- Use an e-cigarette or nicotine replacement products
Get free support to quit
There’s lots of free support to help you quit smoking with tips, information, and encouragement. Find out more about our telephone support service or find a free stop smoking service near you.
Combine with other tools
E-cigarettes can help you avoid nicotine withdrawal – reducing stress
Stop smoking helpline
Our free helpline is operated by trained tobacco dependence advisors. They can help you break the habit.
Nicotine replacement products
Nicotine replacement therapy can help you beat withdrawal symptoms safely.
Pills from your doctor
Speak to your GP about prescription medication to help you stop smoking.