Microsoft Health for Windows 10 PCs officially announced

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Recently, we reported that Microsoft will soon launch Microsoft Health UWP for Windows 10 PCs and Tablets. Today, Microsoft officially announced that the Health app will soon be available for Windows 10 PCs and Tablets. The update doesn’t seem to be available just yet, but it should be live on the Windows Store in the coming weeks. Microsoft stated:

The Microsoft Health app, the companion app to the Microsoft Band, will begin rolling out in the Windows Store this week to download onto your Windows 10 PCs and Tablets. Sync your Microsoft Band manually to your PC or Surface through a USB cable and manage tiles, personalize your band, update firmware, and more. The Live Tile will display your current step count and calorie burn.

With the Microsoft Health on your Windows 10 PC, you can get all of the data from your Microsoft Band, personalise your Band, and even update the firmware for the device. Just like on Windows Phone, the Health app on PC also comes with support for Live Tile which is also pretty nice.

As stated earlier, the update for the app isn’t available just yet — but you will be able to get the app from the Windows Store when it’s available for PCs from the link below:

Microsoft Band
Microsoft Band
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

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