Download Noom for PC

By Noom, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-05-09
  • Current Version: 7.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 118.18 MB
  • Developer: Noom, Inc.
Score: 4.5
From 42,313 Ratings

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Noom for PC 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:


  • Could be better but outdated advice not in touch with modern life

    By BlueLangostino
    I’ve learned a few psyche pointers from the Noom app, but overall I find it’s overhyped. It tells you you don’t need to limit food but nearly all foods are “red” even foods allowed on weight watchers and other programs. Even some healthy foods are red or yellow and it actually becomes aggravating trying to figure out why one thing is green but another nearly identical food is red. It tells you things you already know like just limit calories, say no to eating out, and don’t touch donuts in the break room. If you are busy/on the road/ work 2 jobs like plenty of us, outdated advice like spend 40 hrs a week prepping every snack and lunch is not helpful. The food database is lacking so it’s hard to track your meals. A big dealbreaker. It’s an okay app but at about 30$ a month save yourself the trouble, workout at home, and read some psychology articles on the internet—-all for free.
  • will charge you after the free period $135

    By Katie bird freak
    charged me $135 no way to cancel.
  • Worthless Coaching

    By Mouserkat
    I did the free trial. The app itself has a nice interface. I like the categorization of foods and the overall concept. However the “coaches” are only bots not real people. The Bot coaches are also worthless. They give generic advice and don’t respond to questions. Noom claims they are “real people”, perhaps real people who click send on automated messages without reading what participants say? I will not be paying for the “program” - not worth the money. I will use their food tracker.
  • Noom

    By nancyherself
    My lack of success and interactions with Noom are entirely my fault. Lots going on. Flu and cold and more serious health concerns as well. Strict lecture from doctor - as usual, it’s nothing new - but changes now make it imparitive I pay attention.
  • Tough

    By Eh2469
    Tough to cancel. Would not recommend.
  • Complete waste of time and money.

    By dimacu
    The only difference between this program and weight watchers is, you are basically paying a robot app to tell you to count your calories and not obsess about your weight by standing on a scale. The “coach” they say you have is nothing but an automated response system. Save your money and get my fitness pal.
  • Like It, But It’s Erasing My Steps

    By AmandaUchiha
    The app is great for logging what I eat, but the app has a problem where it’s resetting the amount of steps I’ve taken. When the next day starts, my step count from the previous day goes back to zero even though I exceeded the goal. This is pretty annoying and I hope it can be fixed.
  • Disappointing

    By Nandav
    I have used several nutrition logging apps to lose weight and this falls very short. The biggest drawback for me is that the app doesn’t sync between devices. There are some things I like to log using my iPad and some using my iPhone. For most logging, I like to use my iPad, but some things-like scanning a bar code - are better suited for my iPhone. Sometimes it’s better to use a website, too. I see the latest update includes a website but I am not sure that it syncs. Being able to log everything is a huge part of this approach so it is a significant drawback. There is no way I would enter the same thing twice. The philosophical approach used by Noom is sensible and follows principles of change theory to guide users so I am confident that people will lose weight if they use it. How they distinguish between red, yellow, and green food is not always apparent or easy to use. There are better plans with good apps. My favorite is MyNetDiary.
  • The weight loss app for people who love puns

    By KovuMunkus
    This app is very light humored. It compares your temptations to an elephant that you are trying to train. It has cute little animal cartoons when you complete your day. I absolutely love it. I wake up every morning excited to see what piece of knowledge they will give me. I also really appreciate having someone keeping me accountable as I check in with them regularly. Knowing that someone is able to view each item I log really helps to keep me making good choices. If you finally want to change your mindset about weightless, give it a shot. If you’re good humored and enjoy their silly little comments, this app can really help you go far.
  • Misleading promotion.

    By teener39
    I signed up because I was under the impression I’d be charged monthly and was charged for the entire year. You could easily use a calorie counting app for free and be better off. Now I’m trying to disputed a charge with a company with no phone number and going nowhere with them.