QuitStart was created by the National Cancer Instituteto help people stop smoking. QuitStart provides help with tracking smoking cravings and moods and monitoring progress toward achieving smokefree milestones.
Quitstart is available for iOS devices and NCI describes it as:
QuitSTART is a free smartphone app that can help you track your cravings and moods, monitor your progress toward achieving smokefree milestones, identify your smoking triggers, and upload personalized “pick me ups” and reminders to use during challenging times to help you successfully become and stay smokefree.
QuitStart is the 100th mobile product placed in the USA.gov Apps Gallery. Launched in July 2010, it is the government’s primary citizen facing mobile gallery that features mobile websites and apps produced by the federal government for public audiences. Other apps in the gallery include IRS2Go, FAA Mobile, MyTSA App and U.S. Postal Service App.
The USA.gov Apps Gallery is part of the USA.gov family of information and services and there is also a Spanish language mobile gallery at apps.gobiernousa.gov.
**reposted from the Mobile Gov Blog from the Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies at GSA**
This is good news, however I would recommend that USA.GOV have a mobile apps portal.
@jerry, can you say more about what you are recommending? I am unsure what you mean by a “mobile apps portal.” Thanks!