Microsoft Health app updated with golf tracking support for Microsoft Band users
Microsoft today released the update for its health app which brings in golf tracking support for the Microsoft Band owners. This update brings several new ways to the golfers to keep track of their activity continuously if they are wearing Microsoft Band when they are playing golf. Microsoft has announced the following features in collaboration with golf club company TaylorMade.
- The latest update has brought the new TaylorMade golf course built into the Microsoft Health app which makes it very easy to find where to golf right from Health app.
- The built-in GPS in Microsoft’s Band will now automatically detect the hole and give you scoring for the holes you complete. Band will offer you the accurate measurement of field with just simple tap on action button and will keep track of your scores through its built-in sensors.
- After completing your golfing, you can have a look at your golfing performance either from Microsoft’s Health app or Microsoft Health dashboard.
- Microsoft Band track your score with automatic shot detection and simple to use interface. From now no need to carry the paper scorecard again. Advanced sensors track your strokes along with your steps, heart rate and calorie burn and seamlessly adding the round of golf into your fitness routine.
The latest update for Microsoft Health app is available to the users in all regions across the world wherever the app is available. Along with golf tracking features few bug fixes are addressed in this update.