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Any type of sobriety/recovery tracker app

there are a bunch of apps out there that help people track their sobriety and stay on track for recovery. They’re all kind of the same, and I would honestly use whichever one of those integrated with Exist.

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Suggested 20 March 2018 by user Greg Allen

Moved into Not possible/Seek alternatives 22 March 2018

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    Hey Greg, it would be a big help if you could list some of these apps so I can look into the viability of integrating them specifically.

    21 March 2018
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    I did some sleuthing on this topic, and while there’s a ton of these sorts of apps, i haven’t been able to find one that advertises an API. Reflecting on this, I’m afraid that might be par for the course; sobriety/recovery information is typically rather sensitive, so it might be unusual for a company building an app like this to allocate resources towards making it easier for others to share/access their data.

    Regardless, here’s a few of the more popular apps:

    22 March 2018
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    Thanks for those. Yeah, I’m afraid it’s par for the course for small mobile apps in general — even those whose main focus is to create data about you never let you get that data out.

    I’ll have to put this in “not possible” for now but am happy to move it if we ever find a viable integration.

    22 March 2018