The Noom app syncs with a wide range of health and fitness apps, but keep in mind that Noom only syncs your steps and weight information. If you want to sync blood pressure or blood glucose data, you’ll need to use a compatible monitoring device.
If the app you’re syncing with Noom only tracks step data (not weight), the step data will show up in Noom.
Here’s a list of compatible apps:
- You can also manually enter weight, steps, blood pressure and blood glucose data within the Noom app.
- Deleting a reading on a third party device or app doesn’t delete it on Noom.
- There can be a time delay in data transferring from a third party app to Noom. This process can take up to an hour due to potential delays from the fitness tracker’s cloud servers.
1. Open the Noom app.
2. Tap the sandwich menu icon in the upper left corner.
3. Select Settings.
4. Select Apps & Devices.
5. You’ll see a list of apps that you can connect with Noom. Find the app you want to sync and select the radio button to begin.
6. You’ll be prompted to log in with your account credentials associated with the other app.
7. Once you’ve logged in, you’ll see that your other app is now connected with Noom in the list of available apps.
8. Tap the Back button on your device, and you’ll see your step source selected in the step source list. And that’s it!
9. In order for Noom to pull steps data, make sure that your wearable’s associated cloud account is showing the most up-to-date values.
10. Once you’ve confirmed the proper values are appearing on your device’s cloud account, you’ll see the steps data within a few minutes.
Note: Syncing takes a bit of time since Noom’s servers are constantly getting in touch with servers from other apps.