Updated: Jul 7
By Hello Sunday Morning
Daybreak helps you change your relationship with alcohol. Whether your goal is to reduce your drinking, or complete abstinence, Daybreak is here to support you and your choice. What this Alcohol Support App Offers:
Peer community: a non-judgemental community of people just like you, where you can exchange information and support to help yourself and others with their alcohol behaviour change goals.
Personal Improvement: over 100 suggested activities for you to try, to help with your alcohol behaviour change goal.
Anonymous, safe, secure environment: get the support you need anonymously, in a safe and secure environment.
Changing behaviour around alcohol use can be challenging, but you don't have to do it alone. Daybreak is a supportive and non-judgemental space where you can get the information and support you need to help achieve your goal.
People who use Daybreak say they love waking up without hangovers, feel healthier & have more time to do the things they love.
SWiPE - Brain Training
By Cognitive Training Solutions Pty Ltd
SWiPE is an app based on research at and licensed from Monash University. It uses a form of brain-training that aims to reduce alcohol craving and consumption.
SWiPE is a novel “brain-training” app that uses a form of cognitive training known as Approach Bias Modification (ABM) to help users reduce their alcohol consumption. ABM works by semi-subconsciously training your brain to automatically avoid alcohol cues, and automatically approach positive cues. Simply upload images of the drinks you want to avoid and the activities you want to start doing more of, and you're ready to go! A published peer-reviewed Monash research study showed that after 4-weeks of SWiPE app users reported significant reductions in alcohol craving, drinking days and weekly consumption of standard drinks. Watch this one minute animation below to find out how it works!
By Global Drug Survey
Drinks Meter offers anonymous, objective feedback on your alcohol use and comparison to thousands of people’s drinking habits worldwide alongside goal tracking through our Drinks Diary. It’s not just about the drinks — it’s about who you are, how you drink and the impact it has on your life.
So, if you want to see what your drinking equates to in cheeseburgers, your score on a medical alcohol screener or just how it all adds up, Drinks Meter shows how you compare.
By Recovery Elevator
Track your progress one day at a time with this sobriety counter from Recovery Elevator. Time is always moving forward, even though early sobriety feels like an eternity, you can watch the seconds tick as progress accumulates. Track money saved and calories not consumed with the sobriety tracker.
Nomo - Sobriety clocks
By Parker Stech
If you're looking for a simple clock that can track the number of days you've been sober/clean/etc, then Nomo is perfect for you. You can create as many clocks as you need for any hurts, habits, or hang ups. Your clocks are completely private by default and will count those days for you.
If you're looking for something more, just check under the hood. Nomo has tons of optional features like an encouragement wall from the community, accountability partner searching, clock sharing, private messaging with partners, milestone awards, journaling, little games/exercises to help you refocus when you're tempted, and tons more!
I Am Sober
By I Am Sober LLC
I Am Sober is more than just a free sobriety counter app. Along with tracking your sober days, it helps you build new habits and provides ongoing motivation by connecting you to a wide network of people all striving for the same goal: staying sober one day at a time.
Through our growing sober community you can learn from others and contribute by sharing insights and tactics that have worked for you.