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This concept app wants to use technology to help you quit smoking

FitSmoke is almost like a personal coach to help you decrease the amount of cigarettes you smoke per day. Place your cigarettes in the box and set your goals in the app. The box will release a cigarette at a specific time based on the goal you set. In case you really need a cigarette, there's an emergency button that will give you an option to play a game or offer a cigarette immediately.
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