Microsoft Health app coming to Windows 10 PCs and tablets this week

A few weeks ago, details emerged of Microsoft's plans to bring its Health app to Windows 10 PCs and tablets. Now, the company has made those plans official.

The new Microsoft Health app "will begin rolling out in the Windows Store this week" for PCs and tablets. It seems the company is planning to introduce the app in stages, rather than simply releasing it to the Store for everyone at once.

Microsoft says that with the new app, you'll be able to:

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.

The app's listing on the Windows Store is now live, but it may take a while for it to become available for all Windows 10 devices, so if you can't install it just yet, you may have to wait a few more days.

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