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by | Jan 5, 2015

Noom Inc., which makes weight loss and fitness apps for smartphones, has raised $15.1 million out of a planned $20 million round, it disclosed in a regulatory filing.

Han-Sing Hi-Tech Fund was a new investor in the round, joined by prior backers TransLink Capital Partners and RRE Ventures.
Prior to this round, Noom had raised $12.2 million. The company is a participant in the New York Digital Health Accelerator. Founded as Work Smart Labs in 2006, Noom’s flagship product had been an Android product known as Weight Loss Coach, but the company has since expanded its portfolio and now makes apps for the iPhone as well. Read More.