Keep track of multiple sobriety dates for multiple kinds of sobriety!
Allow approved users to see your clocks to help you stay on track!
Keep your accountability partners' up-to-date contact information at the ready!
Nomo - Sobriety Clocks
Hey! We're Parker and Michael (the guys behind Nomo). We created Nomo because there were no good sobriety tracking apps in the AppStore when we started attending Celebrate Recovery. We wanted something that looked great, could keep track of multiple clocks, and kept us connected with the other people in our support group. The only way to get that was to make it ourselves. So we did!
With over 100 thousand users (growing every day) we are constantly blown away by the amazing people we get to serve through our app. We love the feedback and all the encouraging emails about how Nomo has helped with their sobriety.
We're both dads with full-time jobs. Nomo is something we work on because we have a passion for those in recovery. If you want to chip in for a cup of coffee to help us work more on Nomo, we'd gladly accept :)
Nomo is the only app that accurately breaks down your sobriety time to the minute! That means instead of just seeing the total number of minutes (which we do offer), we tell you what that means in terms of a break down of years, months, weeks, days, hours, and minutes. It's much more realistic to say, "I've been sober for 1 year, 2 months, 3 weeks, 2 days, 6 hours, and 22 minutes", than, "I've been sober for 648,382 minutes".
Every time you hit a milestone in your recovery, you earn a chip to celebrate that achievement. In the latest version of Nomo, we've added a ton of new chips to keep you motivated! When you tap on your chip, it will reveal a grid with all of your previously earned chips! This is a great way to stay encouraged and see how far you've come.
We've found that most people in recovery are struggling with more than one thing. You might have multiple sobriety dates for different issues. With Nomo, you can create and track as many sobriety dates as you need!
One huge motivator for staying sober is when you can see how much time and money you're saving by not using or acting out. Just enter the amount of time and money you spend on a weekly basis to support your habit and Nomo will do the rest!
A huge request that we've gotten is the ability to post your new chips and number of day you've been sober, on social media. With just a few taps, you can share your successes on Facebook, Twitter, and more!
Every support group keeps a list of everyone's most recent contact information. It's nearly impossible to keep it up-to-date and on hand when you need it. When you add another Nomo user as an accountability partner, their contact info stays up-to-date in the app. When you need to make a call, Nomo makes it easy.
A huge request from our users was the ability to share clocks with their accountability partners. When you share a clock, it shows up on their app in the side bar. They'll be able to see how long you've been clean, when you last checked in, and they'll even be notified when your clock is reset. This is a feature our users are really excited about.
In those moments when you're feeling tempted, one of the best things you can do is distract yourself. We've added four mini-exercises to help you refocus when you're feeling triggered. The goal is to take your mind off your addiction so you have a chance to regulate your thoughts.
When you're in recovery, you take it one day at a time. It's important that you check your clock every day to stay encouraged and to remind yourself of the days you've been sober. Each clock has a "Check in" button that logs when you checked your clock last. When you share your clock, your accountability partners will be able to see your last check-in time.