Good news, it is announced by Microsoft that an update to its Band wearable will give its consumers more app integrations such as bike-tracking apps like the Strava and MapMyRide plus a Bike Tile that will able its users to share bike tracked rides.
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Additionally, the update for the Band Wearable will also provide an insights provided mainly by the Band’s diversified sensors. Now, comparison are already provided for users based on their height and weight this way users can easily access information of how they rack up. The information can be seen on Microsoft Health Web Dashboard a website where in users can review their activity. Through the website the Microsoft Band users will able to see how their body’s restore during sleep at night and how much they have improved.
What is more in there is that the health band can now measure the volume of oxygen one used during exercise through the information obtain from heart rate. Further the system can now analyze what particular time and day the body of the Microsoft Band users respond well to workouts. In terms of effectivity of the workouts the Band can tell you when will it be, thus and so the Band wearers can now schedule workouts with the most effective result one can get.
The update indeed is all about more app that can be integrated on this wearable that can coach fitness enthusiast in a smarter way.
Microsoft Health App will be updated soon.
It is also good to know that the Microsoft Health App will soon be updated to support the step-counting sensors on various platform such as Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Even without a Microsoft Band consumers can get a health insights and health analysis, isn’t it great?