Drinker's Helper

Drinker's Helper

By Drinker’s Helper, LLC

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2018-08-03
  • Current Version: 2.7
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 177.56 MB
  • Developer: Drinker’s Helper, LLC
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 2,190 Ratings

Description

We help people quit drinking or cut back on drinking. Drinker’s Helper is a companion app for people who are working to stop drinking alcohol or moderate their drinking. We provide a combination of drink tracking, insights, a support group, and motivational exercises to help you achieve your sobriety or moderation goals. For free, you can: * Take our alcohol test to assess your drinking * Decide to stop drinking alcohol or set a moderate drinking goal * Use our alcohol tracker to track your drinking vs. your limits on a weekly basis * Make a pledge to stay sober for a certain number of days and track your sobriety * Try the first exercise of every course in our library (up to 17 exercises in total) to help you resist urges to drink and build motivation to change your drinking With DH Plus, our paid subscription, you can: * Get advice and support from your online support group made up of other people with similar drinking histories * Access the rest of our library of over 100 motivational exercises and mental tricks to help you stop drinking or achieve moderation * Go beyond the drink tracker to get insights on why you drink, so you can develop your own strategies to stay sober We hope that by joining the Drinker’s Helper community, you can: * Discover you’re not alone in wanting to drink less or achieve sobriety * Get and give meaningful support to others looking to stop drinking or cut back on drinking * Learn about the short and long term effects of alcohol, the signs of alcohol abuse, and the benefits of sobriety * Realize how much you’ve been drinking and become more mindful in your decisions regarding drinking * Think through and build your personal motivation to quit drinking or drink less * Learn skills to resist urges to drink DH Plus subscription pricing and terms: Though Drinker’s Helper is free to download and use, we offer a premium subscription (DH Plus) that unlocks additional features. You can try out DH Plus free for 1 WEEK, and if you enjoy your trial, your subscription will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. The pricing and rates for auto-renewing subscriptions are as follows: 1 month for $14.99 (USD) 3 months for $38.99 (USD) 6 months for $59.99 (USD) Your payment will be charged on the last day of the current billing period. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current 1, 3, or 6 month periods, for the same amount and package duration as the package you choose: $59.99 every 6 months, or $38.99 every 3 months, or $14.99 every 1 month. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Your membership starts as soon as you set up payment with iTunes. Any unused portion of your free trial will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Privacy policy: https://www.drinkershelper.com/privacy-policy Terms & conditions: https://www.drinkershelper.com/terms-and-conditions Cautionary notes: * Drinker's Helper cannot offer medical advice or provide alcohol addiction treatment, and is in no way a substitute for medical treatment. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911, and if you have medical questions or concerns, please see a doctor. * Alcohol withdrawal can be fatal. If you have been drinking heavily or consistently, consult a doctor before making significant changes to your drinking. If you experience alcohol withdrawal symptoms when going sober or drinking less, consult a doctor.

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Reviews

  • Tip notes

    3
    By soberseventies
    Just feel like I’ve already been there. Some helpful ideas, like not avoiding triggers
  • Helpful

    4
    By Kittenkiller
    Selecting no reminders and never in the setup just sends you in a loop.
  • Wayyyy Too many notifications

    1
    By Mikki1775
    I appreciate the help n encouragement but I am ANNOYED at all the times other people are chatting while I’m trying to work wish I could turn the notifications OFF ITS DRIVING ME NUTS EVEN though my ringer is off!!
  • Very helpful app but having a difficult time tracking

    4
    By Zsalishhh
    Really loving the app but finding it a little difficult to actually keep an accurate tally of my days without drinks, pledges, or days where I did drink. Wish it was a little more straight forward as mentioned back in April. Doesn’t seem like that change has been implemented yet but I love the group chat and courses. Both are very helpful! I also can’t figure out how to extend my plan after the 7 day trial. I believe I set it to 1 month but would like to change it to 3. Any idea?
  • How do you cancel?

    1
    By Davonne77
    I can’t find any way to cancel
  • Garbage paid app

    1
    By MN0204
    A million questions to only have to pay for help. Don’t believe any part of this is free. What a joke.
  • The developers knew exactly what they were doing

    5
    By Abrahammmy
    Great app to log drinks and keep yourself accountable as well as having a support group
  • Huge Quiz then Surprise Fees

    1
    By Nicci1010
    I spent 20 minutes taking the quiz for nothing because I didn’t know their was a huge fee for this app. Monthly subscription.
  • Like it so far except for bugs

    4
    By brittbeebee
    I have a certain course that just won’t mark as complete. Other than that it’s a pretty cool app that is definitely helping! Could use some updates but all in all a pretty good app. Would rate 5 stars if bugs are fixed
  • Sorry...

    1
    By wadubois
    Sorry. But seeing that the subscription to your service was automatically engaged was a non-starter. I prefer a choice. Yes, cancelling was an option. But, it meant an active role on my part. Noped right outta here.

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