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Graduate who had 'bad porn habit' launches app to help addicts quit adult sites

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A graduate who had an unhealthy porn habit has launched an app that helps addicts give up in 90 days. Jack Jenkins has had more than 100,000 downloads of his £3.66-a-month software.

Remojo – Quit Porn for Good offers a combination of technology and human support. Jack, 31, who studied economics at Durham University, came up with the idea in 2019 after developing his own “bad habit”.

Investors pumped in £920,000 and contributors include porn addiction and recovery coach Noah Church. Jack said of his porn past: “It wasn’t addiction or ruining my life, but was a bad habit that was stopping me being my best self. “This is a taboo issue.

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