List of Noom Compatible Fitness Trackers (6 Popular Brands)

Noom, available for iOS and Android, is a health and wellness app that provides personalized coaching for weight loss, helping you lose weight through personalized meal plans, activity tracking, and coaching motivational guidance.

It has a lot of features that are designed to help people with their weight loss journey. The best thing about Noom is it can be paired with a wide range of fitness trackers and apps to record your steps and weight.

The integration with fitness trackers allows you to get more accurate data about your activity levels and calorie intake. This way you can make sure that you’re on the right track for your weight loss goals. However, the main concern is finding out if your fitness tracker is compatible with Noom

Thankfully, you’re at the right place!

The below list features all fitness trackers that sync with the Noom app for providing a better way of being aware of what’s going on with your body.

Let’s find out!

List of Noom Compatible Fitness Trackers (6 Brands)

Apple Watch

The most popular Apple Watches are compatible with the Noom app. It uses the official Apple Health app to pair and read various data fields, including Active Energy, Blood Glucose, Dietary Energy, Weight, and Steps. Rest data such as nutrients, foods, etc., doesn’t sync between the apps.

For Noom to work with Apple Watch, your Apple Watch needs to be connected as a source in the Apple Health app. To connect, open the Health app > Tap on the Profile icon > Select Devices; Selecting Devices shows a list of available devices, so select your Apple Watch from the list.

As soon as your Apple Watch is connected to the Health app, you’re ready to connect the Health app to Noom because that’s how you’ll sync the Watch data with Noom.

Here’s how to connect Noom to Apple Health:

  • Open Noom, and tap the three bars in the left corner. Select the Settings option.
  • Under Apps & Devices, choose Connect to Health app. Then, tap Yes, let’s go!
  • Again under Apps & Devices, select Choose Steps Data Source. Then, enable Health app Steps.
  • On your iPhone, Go to Settings > Privacy > Motion & Fitness > Enable Fitness Tracking and Noom.
  • Now, open the Health app, and tap on the profile icon.
  • Under privacy, select Apps, and then select Noom.
  • Turn ON the bottom categories that say ALLOW ‘NOOM’ TO READ DATA. And Turn OFF the bottom categories that say ALLOW ‘NOOM’ TO WRITE DATA.

That’s it!

Fitbit

The good news is Fitbit is officially compatible with the Noom app. To initiate the connection, you need to have the Noom app. And from the app, you’ll have to integrate with your Fitbit account.

When you sync Noom and FitBit, Noom will import your step data from FitBit. Don’t worry if you are experiencing a syncing delay as the data may be delayed sometimes up to several hours on the Noom app.

Here’s how to connect Noom to Fitbit:

  • Open Noom, and tap the three bars in the left corner. Select the Settings option.
  • Under Apps & Devices, choose Connect Additional Devices.
  • Click Connect next to the Fitbit logo.
  • If prompted, log in to your FitBit account and enable permissions to sync with Noom
  • Again under Apps & Devices, select Choose Steps Data Source and select FitBit

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Garmin

If you’re a Garmin user, you might be excited to know that Garmin fitness trackers are officially compatible with the Noom app. You can connect your Garmin with Noom through the Garmin Connect app and automate the synchronization of data from Garmin Connect.

Here’s how to connect Noom to Garmin:

  • Open Noom, and tap the three bars in the left corner. Select the Settings.
  • Under Apps & Devices, choose Connect Additional Devices.
  • Click Connect next to the “Garmin Connect” logo.
  • If prompted, log in to your Garmin Connect account and enable permissions to sync with Noom
  • Lastly, under Apps & Devices, select Choose Steps Data Source and select Garmin.

MisFit

The company MisFit also specializes in wearable technology, which includes fitness trackers, smartwatches, and other devices. And thankfully, some well-known apps such as Noom work with MisFit.

To integrate Noom with MisFit, you must connect your MisFit device to the MisFit app. Your Noom account will then be connected to the MisFit app. As a result, MisFit automatically syncs activity data to Noom.

Here’s how to connect Noom to Misfit:

  • Open Noom, and tap the three bars in the left corner. Select the Settings.
  • Under Apps & Devices, choose Connect Additional Devices.
  • Click Connect next to the “Misfit” logo.
  • If prompted, log in to your Garmin Connect account and enable permissions to sync with Noom
  • Lastly, under Apps & Devices, select Choose Steps Data Source and select Misfit.

Polar

Polar fitness tracker which is used for tracking your heart rate, steps, calories burned, sleep quality, and more can now combine with Noom to better track your progress in achieving your weight loss goals.

Here’s how to connect Noom to Polar:

  • Open Noom, and tap the three bars in the left corner. Select the Settings.
  • Under Apps & Devices, choose Connect Additional Devices.
  • Click Connect next to the “Polar” logo.
  • If prompted, log in to your Garmin Connect account and enable permissions to sync with Noom
  • Lastly, under Apps & Devices, select Choose Steps Data Source and select Polar.

Withings

Noom has partnered with Withings to provide a seamless experience for those who want to use their Withings fitness tracker with the Noom app. Thanks to this integration, now you can combine your exercise tracking, food logging, and motivational coaching to achieve your weight loss goals.

Note that, for pairing, the Withings fitness tracker uses the Withings Health Mate app to sync with Noom.

Here’s how to connect Noom to Withings:

  • Open Noom, and tap the three bars in the left corner. Select the Settings.
  • Under Apps & Devices, choose Connect Additional Devices.
  • Click Connect next to the “Withings” logo.
  • If prompted, log in to your Garmin Connect account and enable permissions to sync with Noom
  • Lastly, under Apps & Devices, select Choose Steps Data Source and select Withings.

FAQs On Noom’s Compatibility

What Devices Are Compatible with Noom?

Noom is compatible with a wide range of devices that sync with apps such as Fitbit, Garmin, iHealth, Misfit, Omron, Polar, Qardio, Runkeeper, Withings, and Yoo Trackers.

Does MyFitnessPal Work with Noom?

Unfortunately, Noom has not partnered with MyFitnessPal. Hence, you can’t log your calories there and have them automatically feed into your account or vice versa.

Does Noom Work with Samsung Watch?

Unfortunately, there is no official way to connect your Noom with Samsung Watch. However, you can use third-party apps like Health Sync to push and pull data between the apps.

What if Noom doesn’t sync right away?

There may be a time delay when transferring data from a third-party app to Noom. Due to delays caused by the fitness tracker’s cloud servers, this process can take up to an hour.

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Max Austin

Max Austin

Max is the Co-founder of Wearald.com. He has over five years of experience and is well-versed in all the ins and outs of the wearable tech industry.

3 Comments

  1. Hi,

    I want a Noom compatible pedometer. However, I am unable to wear anything on my wrists, due to arthritis. Do you know of/have recommendations for a pocket pedometer, maybe something I could clip to my waistband?

    Thanks for your assistance.

    • Hi Karen, I have friends who use Fitbit inspire tracker along with a clip-on band. This clip-on accessory helps you wear your tracker anywhere. Also, Fitbit is noom compatible, you won’t have any issues.

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