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AA Big Book and More” is now in the Apple’s App Store. It is a free 12-step recovery resource app that contains the text of “Alcoholics Anonymous” otherwise known as the Big Book. It also contains a sobriety tracker to keep up with your progress.


  1. Colin C says:

    When I ask for help I am helping. The evidence of this is I like it when I am asked to help it is part of my recovery step 12. Asking for help is not always easy I can think of many reasons why not to call. The telephone is amazing actually, I do not need to be face to face I have spent hours getting counsel on the phone. Good counsellors always get me to answer my own questions. I see lots of new people who are still trying to do it on their own, they do not realize it and their intentions are good but we need help. They try things that are not proven to work. I have to let go of life long conceptions and give mysel to this simple program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Just talk to someone it may save your life.

    • 3viebelle says:

      Just asking for help sounds as if it is the most simple of actions regarding recovery, when in reality asking for help can prove to simply be the hardest recovery-minded action one might face. Don’t ever take the fact for granted that YOU asked for that help. One cannot control what may come from your inquiry, so one must take strength in the act of KNOWING they directly asked a peer for something so foreign, so alien in nature to them, while all the while understanding just how important indeed this question was in awakening, energizing their newfound commitment to staying sober.

      Simply put: Good job, always ask for help (:

    • Sylvia says:

      That is some good information

  2. Brian P. says:

    I like your work here.
    I’m sober for 22 + years.
    Would you contact me about building an app or two for my company.
    Brian P

  3. Wendy says:

    I’ve just found this app and think its great.Im just over 2years sober and as I read lots of the comments posted,I feel it’s great that I can get inspiration any time I need it,thank-you.x

  4. Matt b says:

    Hello this is an amazing app thank you for having it it has helped me a lot have you thought about making it so that it’s not just making changes in a way were people can choose we’re there from if so I’d be glad to help please contact me

  5. Mike M says:

    Lov’in this site! 🙂

  6. Jodi cooper says:

    I love my recovery!amazing things are happening in my life !

  7. Marc D says:

    Thank you for this free app. Is nice to be able to read up on the big book (at least the first 164 pages) if I am somewhere and my book is at home. I plan to tell those in my District about it. (Valley Springs, Ca)

  8. An outstanding share! I have just forwarded this onto a colleague who was conducting a little homework on this.
    And he actually ordered me lunch simply because I stumbled upon it for him…
    lol. So let me reword this…. Thanks for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending time to talk about this
    matter here on your internet site.

  9. Christa Vinci says:

    Would LOVE to put this app on my android phone. Will there be an android compatible version soon ?

  10. Gayle R says:

    When is the next post coming?!?

  11. Cynthia Howard says:

    I love this app. Use it everyday!!

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