Apps

Looking for ways to stay sober on the go? I have put together a list of mobile apps that you can use on the go through your journey through sobriety.

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Sober Grid is a location based app. It finds other users in your area who are also on their journey through sobriety. It allows you to connect with others in various ways. It allows you to flag yourself as either being tempted and need someone to talk to, or flag yourself as someone who can talk to others to help them through their temptations. I have used this app and since its relatively new, there weren’t many people in my area just yet. But, I think with time this will become a great app.

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This one bills (no pun intended lol) as the original sobriety tool. It is a great companion app to the 12 step program. It tracks your sobriety in time and also has the complete Blue Book with an easy to navigate directory.

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This is another 12 Step geared app. I like this one because it allows you to set challenges for yourself, it counts how many days you have been sober, and much more. The biggest draw for this app is that it allows you to send a blast customized text message to 3 of your friends you have selected to let them know you may need help and are tempted to drink.

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Tecarta Bible is by far one of the best apps I have used throughout my sobriety. The main draw to me was being able to add notes and save scriptures. But, the most impressive part of this app is the library of different resources you can download including study bibles, different translations of the Bible, devotionals, and more including the Life Recovery Bible that puts the Bible into terms and situations that an addict or someone in recovery can relate to.

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Olive Tree has quickly become my go-to Bible companion app to use during Bible study, and to read well thought and informative books and guides, including those covering alcohol and drug abuse and sobriety. Olive Tree has by far the largest library of Bibles, study aides, books, and more.

Disclaimer : None of the apps listed are sponsored. They are listed simply because I have found inspiration in them. The opinions in the apps may not 100% reflect my own, but they provide inspiration in some way that I see beneficial to Christianity, recovery, homosexuality, and/or mental health.