By Noom, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-05-09
  • Current Version: 6.12.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 80.85 MB
  • Developer: Noom, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 12,357 Reviews)
  • Price:
Noom App Ratings: 4.5
Total 12,357 Reviews

Noom App Description

Any program can tell you to eat less and move more. Noom is different. Noom’s proven psychology-based approach identifies your deep-rooted thoughts and triggers, and builds a custom game plan to help you form healthy habits, faster. Featured in the New York Times, Women’s Health, Shape, Forbes, ABC and more, we've already helped over 45 million people worldwide build health habits and achieve their health goals. People who use Noom lose an average of 18 pounds in just 16 weeks! 78% keep the weight off for over a year. Learn how to navigate your environment, challenge your thoughts, master your triggers, and overcome any barrier that might come your way. Whether it's emotional eating, cravings at mid-day, difficulty with social eating, or a sweet tooth, Noom's scientifically backed-solution will help you create a plan to overcome any obstacle and practice healthier habits until you've mastered them! What you get: - Scientifically-proven psychology approach to “trick” your body into building healthy habits, faster - Flexible coaching designed to help you set and achieve your short- and long-term goals, and provide you with as much daily support and accountability you need -- you decide! - Personalized feedback from your coach based on your in-app activity and progress - Tools to track your weight, food, exercise, blood pressure, and blood sugar all in one place - Interactive content with over 250+ new articles, including choose-your-own adventure style guides to apply our #PsychTricks into your daily life, seamlessly - Smarter technology to identify your challenges in real time and keep you on track - Custom meal + workout Plans available to take your progress to the next level - Our most comprehensive food database, with over half a million new and updated food logging options and barcodes to make your experience even better - An award-winning, battery-friendly pedometer to count your steps Our team of doctors, psychologists, nutritionists, and personal trainers have created a new course that takes the most effective behavior change research and techniques and delivers them to you in daily bite-size articles and interactive challenges to teach you the skills you need to improve your health. Sign up today to turn your healthy thoughts into healthy actions with Noom! If you subscribe to Noom through the web, you can get information about your subscription or cancel by sending a message to Concierge Eva or your Goal Specialist. If you subscribe through iTunes, the credit card associated with your iTunes account will be charged at the end of the 7-day trial period, and your subscription will automatically renew every 30 days thereafter unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. If you do not cancel, your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, at a rate of $44.99 per month for our Healthy Weight Program or $89.99 per month for our Diabetes Prevention Program. If you purchase a subscription during the free trial period, any unused portion of the trial period will be forfeited. To manage your Noom subscription from iTunes: 1) On your iOS device, go to your device Settings and the ‘iTunes & App Stores’. 2) Tap on your Apple ID. 3) Tap to ‘View Apple ID’. (You may need to sign in or use Touch ID.) 4) Tap on ‘Subscriptions’. 5) Choose ‘Noom Coach: Healthy Weight Loss’. 6) Tap ‘Cancel Subscription’. For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions of Use:


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Noom App Reviews

  • Great ideas, but cuts corners

    By Gale583
    I’ve been on Noom for a week now and I’m starting to notice (and agree with) some of the negatives I’ve seen other reviewers criticize. But that doesn’t mean it’s all bad. I’ve had success in my first week already of rebuilding my habits. Just... some of Noom’s features are off the mark a bit. WHATS GREAT The articles are great. I love how they incorporate psychology. They’re getting me to look at food and meal planning in a totally different way. WHAT GOOD, BUT NEEDS IMPROVEMENT I’ve never done meal logging on an app before, so being able to input what I’m eating and have the app help me calculate the calories is fantastic BUT as many users complain, anything that isn’t fresh produce has a limited database to draw from so for those items you still have to do the figuring and research yourself. As long as your packaging has its calorie count and portion sizes clearly marked, though, this isn’t a huge hurdle. WHATS BAD Noom promises a “goal specialist” will help you set and achieve your goals. A (supposedly) Real Live Person to help guide you. Honestly? Their in-app messages read like they’re either a sophisticated bot (complete with minor typos), or they’re re-posting from a script or set of pre-built responses chosen based on key words from what you tell them. They give you guiding questions, not advice. And pretty obvious guiding questions at that. I would just as soon not bother with the Goal Specialist, but the other elements of the app/course are great.
  • Fraudulently renew your subscription

    By nodnicole
    This service is difficult to cancel and once you’ve jumped through the hoops to do so you may find you’ve been charged anyway. Total hassle. Do not recommend paying this company any money.
  • WOW to Noom!

    By mom2bux
    Week one was super encouraging. Great start and healthy goals that are really attainable.
  • Comprehensive

    By Steph DH
    I like the educational and motivational parts of this program. It makes weight loss more about a healthy lifestyle than crash dieting.
  • Customer support is terrible

    By unfrozencavegrl
    UPDATE1: Funny that a negative review caused noom to email me and respond here immediately. The emails I sent asking questions either went unanswered or took a week t get an answer. Additionally it is hilarious that they asked me to go to the website and fill out the form when I clearly stated in my review that I tried that and received no response ever. 🙄 UPDATE2: noom has a FB page that does not allow you to rate them. Negative comments are deleted from their posts. Instead of trying to do better this company seems to continue to be shady. This company has by far the worst customer support, meaning they simply ignore emails and do not respond. I moved on to finding their phone number only to receive a recording redirecting me to email or fill out a form on their website. I went ahead and filled out the form, which was another waste of my time because they still didn’t respond. Additionally the format for the group chat is outdated and bare-bones. My coach was only available once a week. I do not recommend noom and instead I went back to WW (the company Noom gladly bashed on their ads)
  • Patronizing and proprietary

    By archypelago_go
    I only used this application for about a month before I stopped. I don’t doubt that the weight loss plan works, but the daily articles and coaching, with their twee aesthetics and patronizing tone, really rubbed me the wrong way. I felt like I was morally deficient somehow, like part of the plan was to make me repent for my earlier sins of eating the way I ate before, as if I purposefully decided to be overweight. I’m sure that the coaches/staff of the app would respond that they would never intentionally take that tone, but that’s how it came across to me. Maybe it’s just me reading into the app through my own neuroses, but I got a distinct sense of cultishness, like losing weight and changing my tastes to enjoy things I don’t particularly enjoy now will make me a better person, as opposed to helping stat healthier for other purposes. I also didn’t like the color system. I understand that the goal is to make choosing healthier foods easier, but I feel that it was simplistic and didn’t translate into home-cooked foods. It’s easier to use pre-packaged foods, which I understand, but anything that smacks of Weight Watchers Points or other proprietary aspects of a program raises an eyebrow. I recognize that, if you’d made it this far, you will probably be thinking that I’m just a bitter guy that didn’t do the work and wanted results with no effort, and that is not the case. My wife and I both started using this app (it was her idea) in January, and I put in significant effort into changing my diet and moving more and lost about five or eight pounds at a healthy clip. I tried, and wanted it to work, but couldn’t stand the patronizing app and the unhelpful coaching. The group felt less like support than like an AA meeting, a place to go to flagellate myself because, shocker, brownies taste good. The thing that made me write a review, however, was being automatically charged to renew my subscription after MONTHS of inactivity WITHOUT ANY NOTIFICATION. The system requires that you use the application on your device to cancel your subscription by talking to your “coach.” To their credit, the system automatically generated a message saying my subscription was canceled, but I don’t understand why I could unsubscribe on the desktop version of the site. If there is a technical reason for this, I’m happy to hear it, but the way it seems to me is that requiring users to download the app again is intended to try and convince them to continue using it. In conclusion, I would not use this app again. I don’t doubt that eating healthier food and moving more helps with weight management (wow, big surprise) and the support of a group and a coach certainly helps in developing and maintaining healthy habits, but this application seems less like a helpful friend and more like a way to make money from people who want to make a change. EDIT: After contacting customer service with my refund request they offered to refund half of the auto renewal. I responded that that was unacceptable, and they refunded the full amount. This is to their credit. The rest of my review, however, stands.
  • Keeping me on track!

    By s6239058
    I love this app.
  • Fine App but Poor Cancellation/Refund Policies

    By Jessica McVey
    I used the app when I was motivated, read all the articles, grazed over the self-questioning quizzes, etc. I found weight loss success for a few weeks but it was slow going. Anyway, after losing motivation and not opening the app for months, I anticipated on cancelling. However, cancelling my $99 auto-renew subscription required me to send a message in the app to my group coach, something that I felt was designed to make me feel bad and then not actually cancel. So I did not send a message and assumed that since I had received a new credit card from the time I signed up, Noom wouldn’t be able to charge me and I was in the clear. Well, I was somehow charged anyway and two days after being charged, I sent a cancellation request to my group coach, with an explanation of what happened. She fortunately did not pressure me to stay with Noom but given that I have not used the app in months and cancelled my subscription two days after being charged again, I thought the company would be gracious enough to refund the new charge. NOPE! I can’t find a phone number anywhere to politely dispute the charge. All customer service issues are dealt with thru messages in the app, thru their contact form on their website, or the generic support email address. Simply put, I am disappointed in the way this company has handled my cancellation and I am now out a hundred bucks.
  • No help

    By Hddugay
    I usually don’t go this route but I am getting desperate. I have submitted several requests for help and have only gotten the automatically generated reply. I cannot log into this app- and I am Day#4 of the trial- I do not want to be charged for an app I CAN’T EVEN GET INTO!! but to cancel you have to get into the app. So no at the moment I don’t recommend this app- if anything goes wrong no one is there to help.
  • Needs work

    By Hank Erin
    Not bad in concept, but they need to iron out some of the issues. Quite a few grammatical errors in the daily lessons. This makes it hard to trust that it is a valid source. They should have someone proofread their content better. Also, the goal specialist that I have does not respond promptly at all. (Takes her days to respond). This makes it hard to set new goals.