NoDip (For PalmOS) 1.0

NoDip is a 5 Step program designed to help you quit smokeless tobacco.

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NoDip is a tool designed to help you quit smokeless tobacco. This is done using a 5-Step program which guides
you through the process. NoDip ranks your quit status and updates the display according to the length of time you
have quit. There are also motivational elements that make using NoDip a useful tool for quitting smokeless

NoDip includes the following Features:
* 5 - Step quit process
* Real-Time Progress Monitor
* Ability to set Quit Date (Past / Present / Future dates)
* Calculates the estimated life saved by quitting
* Calculates the estimated $ saved by quitting
* Pictures of Oral Cancer
* Warning Signs of Oral Cancer
* Configurable user profile
* List of reasons for quitting* Much more...

Requirements: PalmOS 3.1 (or higher)
Release Info: New Release on Mar 23, 2008
Related Tags: smoke tobacco dip chew smokeless

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License Shareware
Expires 7 Days
Price $14.95
Downloads 244
OS Support Windows Install and Uninstall
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File Size 0.50 MB ( 512 KB )
Published Jan 31, 2005 (12 years ago)
Updated Apr 25, 2012 (4 years ago)

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