Are you looking for ways to support your journey to sobriety? Perhaps, you’re just beginning treatment and are looking for tools to provide additional support.

In either case, sober apps can help you keep on track with your sobriety and are a great addition to your journey.

Sober apps are designed to provide resources and tools that will increase accountability, motivation, and dedication to sobriety.

There are a great many sobriety apps on the market, so choosing the best one for you may be overwhelming!

In this guide, we’ll go over some of the most popular sober apps to help you decide which one is best for you. In this article, we’ll cover:

  • An overview of sober apps
  • The best sober apps to try, such as I Am Sober, Loosid, and Sober Tool.

Let’s get started.

Introduction to Sober Apps

Sober apps are part of an increasing trend in online platforms that are designed to support individuals recovering from addiction.

Often, these online platforms are useful for certain individuals who have difficulties accessing face-to-face services such as those with disabilities, social anxiety, or who live in isolated areas.

Sober apps in particular aim to provide support and tools for individuals on their recovery journey through a variety of techniques.

These include methods such as self-monitoring, support from others on the same journey, and educational resources surrounding recovery and addiction.

There is evidence that these sober apps can be highly effective in assisting people to reach their recovery goals.

Related: What to do if you hate being sober

The Best Sober Apps You Can Try Today

Now that we’re clear on what a sober app is designed to do, let’s take a look at some of the main sober apps on the market, what each of them offers, and who they are best suited for:

I Am Sober

I Am Sober is a popular app available for both Android and iOS, with most functions in the app available for free.

The app offers a great range of features. Firstly, you can create daily pledges, track your sober days and milestones, and access motivational workbook activities.

In addition, once you meet certain milestones, you will be connected to community groups with others who have met that milestone which provides additional support and accountability.

Private groups can also be created for those with a subscription membership. A discounted rate for one-on-one therapy through Better Help is also available for members of the app.

I Am Sober is great for individuals who are looking for an app where they can track their sobriety journey, celebrate their milestones, and connect with others easily.

Sober Time

Sober Time is another great all-rounder that offers a variety of functions. The app sends you motivational messages to help increase inspiration and also functions as a sobriety tracker down to the second.

In addition, Sober Time will track how much money you have saved staying sober, and provide you with statistics showing you how you are tracking. Lastly, the app also connects you with others on the app who are on the same journey as you.

For even more like this, check out the our favorite sober calculators to continually track your time being sober.

Sober Grid

Sober Grid stands out as an app with an exceptional focus on peer support and community connection.

The app is free to sign up and connect with others, though requires a fee for a one-on-one support service.

Members are encouraged to post encouraging messages to other boards, and this app functions more as a social media platform. Therefore, Sober Grid is best for those looking solely to connect with others and find a support system.

Loosid

Loosid is primarily a dating app for sober individuals. The app functions like any other dating app, with the exception that all members are sober.

This is a great app for those who are ready to date and want to avoid the awkwardness of explaining to others that you don’t drink.

In addition, you can find someone who is on the same journey as you and likely has similar values.

Bicycle Health

Bicycle Health is a sober app dedicated specifically to individuals in recovery from opioid addiction.

This is an app developed from evidence-based treatments and offers a variety of services such as customized treatment plans, access to medication to control withdrawals, and communication with medical experts.

While most sober apps are able to be used for any type of addiction, having an app tailored to your unique needs is bound to be beneficial if you struggle with opioid addiction in particular.

Sober Tool

Sober Tool is a great app to deal with those in-the-moment triggers and cravings. By opening the app, you are able to retrieve instant messages and support for your specific issue.to deal with times when you are feeling triggered.

This app is therefore great for those who are looking for quick support in times of need when they are unable to reach their normal support system.

WeConnect

WeConnect focuses on providing support for both those with addiction struggles, as well as for other mental health difficulties. The app offers one-on-one support and expert-led meetings, helps you to build supportive routines in your day, and tracks your progress.

If you’re struggling with mental health issues on top of your recovery, this app could be an ideal option for you.

Conclusion

As we’ve seen, sober apps can be an excellent way to support your journey to recovery and offer a range of different tools that can be of use.

If you decide to use a sober app, there are a few different factors you’ll need to think about when selecting which one is best for you.

First and foremost, you’ll need to consider whether you are willing to pay a subscription fee, or whether you’re happy to take advantage of the many great free app services available.

The app you choose will also depend on your specific needs and desires, whether that’s for community or peer support or for an app where you can track and celebrate sobriety and milestones.

Whichever app you decide to go with, taking advantage of this additional support tool is bound to be a great decision for you and your recovery.

Sources

  1. https://www.chestnut.org/resources/c2881b20-80e9-49b3-b2c5-01e27df4622e/Oregon-SmartPhone-Recovery-App-Demonstration-Project-2018-2.pdf
  2. https://iamsober.com/
  3. https://www.choosingtherapy.com/best-sobriety-apps/
  4. https://www.gearpatrol.com/tech/a38807237/i-am-sober-app-community-feature/
  5. https://sobertime.app/
  6. https://www.sobergrid.com/
  7. https://loosidapp.com/
  8. https://info.bicyclehealth.com/our-app
  9. https://www.sobertool.com/about/
  10. https://www.weconnecthealth.io/

Comments (0)

More Resources, to
help your Recovery

If you’re ready to take the first step on your road to recovery, we’re here for you. Please book an appointment with us today, and let’s get you back to where you want to be.
Certified, Proven and Private

Curednation: A Safe Space For Recovery

If you’re ready to take the first step on your road to recovery, we’re here for you. Please book an appointment with us today, and let’s get you back to where you want to be.