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The free Rally Coach™ app is your source for Rally well-being and prevention programs, including Real Appeal: Weight Loss, Real Appeal: Diabetes Prevention and Living with Diabetes.

Real Appeal: Weight Loss Support gives you access to all the tools you need to reach and maintain a healthy weight with weekly live coach sessions, around-the-clock coach messaging support, online trackers for food, activity, and weight and more.

Real Appeal: Diabetes Prevention is a CDC-recognized program designed to help pre-diabetic people avoid developing Type 2 diabetes with live coaching sessions, 24/7 access to digital tools and dashboards, online meal trackers, and more.

Living with Diabetes gives support and information to help people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes manage their condition. Share, listen, and learn more about diabetes through weekly small-group sessions online.

You can use the trackers built into the app, integrate with your phone's built-in Apple Health app, or connect with other apps and devices.

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***Please note: Programs on Rally Coach are available to eligible program participants. Check with your employer or health care provider to see if programs are available to you.***

What’s New

Version 2.1.1

Bug fixes and stability improvements to enhance your experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
29K Ratings

29K Ratings

3Marg ,

RA keeps it simple and Real!

I needed a wellness/weight loss plan that I could sustain over time, not one that required buying expensive food or workout equipment I couldn’t afford or lengthy trainer sessions I knew I would never keep. RA program has helped keep it simple, and has kept me focused and motivated for 25 weeks now. Sessions are easy to work into my week, and the weekly check in - and weigh in! - keeps me accountable. The calorie counting app has been the real game changer for me. Was shocked to find out how many calories I was consuming each day when I felt like I “hardly ever ate!” Easy to log food as I go about my day and over time it has “trained” me to choose calories wisely to satisfy my hunger and keep me healthier. That plus a little daily exercise (mostly walking!), and I am down close to 40 lbs from my starting weight. It gets easier each week to keep it going. I don’t feel like I am dieting at all. I just live a little healthier now, and it feels awesome!

BuzzDog ,

Lacks Many Necessary Features

Okay, I’m comparing this to Real Appeal’s former app, but even with that in mind, this app lacks a number of features that should be in any app for supporting a healthy lifestyle. There is no way to track exercise, no way to track water consumption, no way to backdate your weigh-ins, and not way to add foods that are not in the database (using nutrition facts on the label). The interface with Fitbit is lacking; it only tracks steps, and can’t read the weight from a Fitbit scale. And to top it all off, the food entry features rarely allows you to measure food in grams (which I prefer, even though I’m American), and even when it does, you can’t enter a weight over 99 grams (a little more than 3 ounces). On the plus side, this app does allow you to create meals for quick entry (for example, if you eat a certain breakfast frequently). All in all, it’s stable and easy to use, and with some tweaks it could merit five stars. But it’s not quite there yet.

hbaldwin82308 ,

It worked but it dumped me

I lost 35 lbs without special foods, expensive add-ones, etc. I felt great! I was looking forward to learning how to maintain my weight loss but the transition is preventing me from further participation because I switched jobs and have the exact same UHC plan but the new employer doesn’t participate. So Real Appeal is dumping me! I won’t get to finish my first full year either. I’m devastated. Finally found a plan that works with my limited physical capabilities (have had arthritis since age 12, already had my jaw joints replaced at age 18), now at almost 40 the weight loss has been amazing for my joints! All I did was calorie count and their walk it off program. So yeah, being devastated, I fell back into old habits and put all my weight back on. I’m really hoping they get the program available to all, not just employer participation. I’ve tried another calorie counting program (Noom) and while it’s similar it’s not as user-friendly as the old Real Appeal app. I haven’t gotten to try the new one even though I am willing to pay out of pocket. Devastated, and it still hurts.

App Privacy

The developer, Rally Health, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.