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What is QuitCount?

QuitCount is a simple counter that shows what you saved since you quit smoking. Once you tell it the date you quit, how much you smoked, and how much it cost, it'll tell you how many cigarettes you didn't smoke since, and how much it makes in terms of money, tar, and life expectancy. It is released under the terms of the GPL, version 3 or later.

Get QuitCount

QuitCount currently works on POSIX platforms like GNU/Linux. It should be portable to Windows, but I have currently no interest in doing that.

The easiest way to install QuitCount is to use the pre-packaged version that is present in various Linux distributions, like Debian, Ubuntu, Mandriva, SuSE, Fedora, and maybe more. Simply use your normal package manager to install QuitCount.

If you want to compile QuitCount from the sources, you will need GTK+ version 2.10 or later, and its development package.



The statistics screen
The configuration screen


Please report bugs on the bug tracker. You can also email Colin, the author.