SobrietyCounter for Android
XDA member Luggruff points us to an interesting app made by XDA member cyansmoker. This is a useful tool for those who are habitual drinkers. The app will allow the users to keep tabs on the last time they got drunk, or if you want to give it a positive spin, it will allow you to keep track of how many days you’ve been sober. The app is growing and the dev said that a widget for the home screen would be added eventually.
So, if you are on the path to sobriety, you Android device will keep you company. Make sure that you leave some feedback for the dev.
Cool new app for everyone out there tracking their own sobriety!
Basicly an app keeping track of your time being sober and also including options such as “contact sponsor”. An app inspired by the iPhone’s “Friends of Bill”
You can find more information in the application thread.
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