Noom Coach

Noom Coach

By Noom, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-05-09
  • Current Version: 6.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 84.73 MB
  • Developer: Noom, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 3,051 Ratings

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! Interested in partnering with us? Contact us at healthcare@noom.com Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account at the confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24-hour before the end of the current payment period. To manage your Noom subscription: 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’. Note: If you’re not able to find ‘Noom Coach: Healthy Weight Loss’ in your 'Subscriptions' please let Concierge Eva or your Goal Specialist know that you’d like to cancel by tapping on the chat bubble icon in the top right corner of the Noom app homescreen.

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Reviews

  • Great app for healthy lifestyle

    5
    By AunteeKareen
    I’m great at short term weight loss, but making it a lifestyle is hard without accountability. Great monthly price for all the features and support you get with this app! I was just checking out the trial period, but after a week, I’m sold!
  • I’m stuck in the meal reminder settings

    3
    By silverhalides
    I literally am stuck in the meal reminder setting page. I can’t back up or X out or swipe or anything. I downloaded the app about 2 hours ago. Related: I clicked on the add in Instagram, which is how I got started on this, and now I can’t X out of that either.
  • Noom is changing my relationship with food

    5
    By paciaanne
    I tried out the app because of its 14-day trial and ended up enjoying it for its ease of use, quizzes, group coach, and personal coach. I am learning a lot about my relationship with food, triggers, and more, ultimately teaching me to be more mindful. Highly recommend.
  • BE CAREFUL.

    1
    By Shays192
    Do NOT start free trial unless you are POSITIVE to end it the DAY BEFORE the last day. I tried to cancel on the last day of my free trial and they are still trying to take over $120 out of my bank account. I didn’t really like the app or use it and the amount of notifications are very annoying. It’s one thing to input your info, but they have like 10 group chats going on at once! And during work hours, too. So your phone is consistently blowing up that I started to ignore regular notifications to put my meal information in. Don’t recommend.
  • Don’t do the free trial!

    1
    By evamather
    I was charged $150 because I forgot to cancel - and they don’t have a refund policy!! What a scam!
  • Really helpful & motivating

    5
    By HGF89
    This app is easy to use and fun. I have found a lot of success using it. I find having a group to share with keeps me motivated and holds me accountable.
  • Like app/program but there are problems

    3
    By Cryscee
    I’ve been using Noom for about 6 weeks now and I’m down 18 pounds. I like the articles and tracker. It has most foods and you can add ones not in the app. The accountability from the goal specialist has been great. I would’ve given it 5 stars but after 4 weeks I was removed from my group and lost access to the paid features with no warning. I emailed support and heard back a week later that it was due to a payment glitch. I was sent a link to join again at the promo rate I initially signed up for. The problem- I have a new group and goal specialist now and all of the articles started over at week 1. ☹️ I’m still following the program but this was a real blow to the momentum I had going, and I haven’t really clicked with the new group.
  • Noom coach

    5
    By CSM6280
    It’s awesome
  • So far, no

    1
    By Mariposacafe
    I’ve had noom now for a week and in that time my step count has not recorded even close to correct and I can’t get either tech support or coach to fix the problem, so the app keeps lowering my step goal each day as if I’m not meeting goals! The coach articles each day are things you already know. Group participation is low. The goal specialist I was assigned didn’t get back with me as promised. So basically I’m being asked to pay big bucks to simply record my food diary when I can do that for free elsewhere. Noom has got to step up its game to at least do what it promises, correct things that don’t work like step counting (and yes I’ve synced it correctly ad nauseam),get some more than remedial articles/discussions and get the goal specialist involved rather than absent. Oh yeah, and answer emails when tech issues are reported - what others have said about lack of tech support I’m finding true so far. I wish I could report differently.
  • Designed as a 6-8 week course, not a whole 12 weeks as suggested.

    2
    By Netherfield82
    I REALLY liked this at first. But somewhere around week 6 or 7 of my (paid) 12 week course, the content takes a dive. It went from good, interactive and relatable articles and quizzes, to two flat paragraphs a day. The tone or “voice” of the articles changed too. The program starts by telling you they will have you weigh every day to help “scale anxiety”. True at first, but in the 6-7 week spot I’m in it’s asked me ONCE. It does NOT keep track of micros. In week 7 in fact, I have not read about them yet. I know that eventually I’ll get to the very bland article (if you scroll backwards in the app, past your start date, the articles are there day by day since the program is a never ending circle of articles). I read the article on micros when I scrolled too far back and it was nothing most people don’t know and you don’t utilize the knowledge. I read a few more articles that will be in my future and they maintain the flat, useless format. The groups are okay. Only a handful of peers will be at your exact week, so if you’re prompted to share something with your group, they might not know what you’re talking about because they haven’t made it there yet. The coaches do try, but can’t make up for fizzling content. I also think Noom could stand to hire a copy editor. It would make the articles seem a little more credible and professional if they were free from grammar/spelling errors.

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