Kwit, a research-based application

Responsible for more than 7 million deaths per year worldwide, smoking remains the main factor of avoidable premature mortality. In order to help as many people as possible, we developed Kwit, our mobile app to quit smoking

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Kwit our stop-smoking application

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Validated methods

Cognitive and behavioral interventions have been shown to be effective, which is why Kwit uses them in a fun and caring way.

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Raise your chances

Adding behavioral intervention to nicotine replacement therapy can triple your chances of quitting compared to quitting cold turkey!

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An innovative approach

Quit smoking apps, including Kwit, increase motivation and self-confidence, which are very important for successful quitting.

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Gamification is your best friend with smoking cessation

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Gamification can be defined as "the integration of game elements into non-game contexts". Kwit uses this approach and is presented as a game with levels to unlock.

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Thanks to its positive effect on motivation, gamification increases the chances of successful withdrawal, as shown in a study using Kwit, and strengthens commitment in the long term.

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Quit smoking apps increase the likelihood of staying smoke-free, so they have their purpose! All by using a holistic approach, Kwit goes further than many apps.

Using digital technology to change behaviors

Step 1

I’m preparing to quit

Acknowledging that you want to change is the first step, but often the most difficult! The next step is to understand what is causing the unwanted behavior by observing oneself carefully and analyzing one's reactions.

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Step 2

I’m taking action

Once the vicious circles have been identified, it is time to move on to the phase of building new habits. Explore the field of possibilities: the world is yours! Vary your pleasures and find what makes you feel good!

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Step 3

Non-smoker for good

Have you found what to replace your unwanted behavior with? Well done! Be kind to yourself and accept that there may be deviations: acceptance is the best way to persevere!

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Scientifically proven content validated by our science team

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Our values

Our content is written, edited, and updated by our science team that users can access via the application.

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What we recommend

Kwit recommends consulting a health professional if the results of the questionnaires suggest it.

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They work with us

Webinars, research projects, partnerships... They have provided us with their expertise to answer a large number of questions about quitting smoking.



Anne-Laure Laratte

Very active in the fight against dieting, Anne-Laure gave us her advice on eating during smoking cessation to stabilize your weight while enjoying yourself!

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Imperial College London

Impact of Gamification on the Self-Efficacy and Motivation to Quit of Smokers: Observational Study of Two Gamified Smoking Cessation Mobile Apps.



Jean-Del Burdairon

Specialist in addictions, Jean-Del explained how they appear, where cravings comes from, and how to overcome it with some simple strategies.

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University of Paris Nanterre

A study is underway on e-health for addiction treatment.



Sibylle Mauries

Who better than a sleep specialist to make you sleep like a baby during your smoking cessation? With Sibylle, say goodbye to nightmares and insomnia!

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University of Pittsburgh

We have collaborated twice with the University of Pittsburgh on clinical study protocols.



Erwan Rebuffé

Did you know that physical activity could be an ally in quitting smoking? Erwan explained to us why, and above all how to get back into it!

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Kwit and the French National Cancer Institute worked together on the Tabado program to empower apprentices and vocational high school students to quit smoking.


Santé Respiratoire France

Santé Respiratoire France collaborates with Kwit to identify people at risk of COPD. Indeed, COPD is a significant public health issue and affects smokers primarily.


Demain sera Non-Fumeur (DNF)

Kwit and DNF are partnering to fight air pollution and promote a smoke-free terrace initiative.


University of San Francisco (USFCA)

Kwit collaborated with the University of San Francisco to transform their campus into a smoke-free campus.

Contributing experts have no interests to declare, especially with the tobacco or pharmaceutical industries.

How to become a partner?

If you would like to start a collaboration with Kwit, do not hesitate to write to us by completing the form below. Do not hesitate to talk about the application with your colleagues who might be interested.

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