View your data about step counts, workouts, and even sleep quality in the Microsoft Health web dashboard. Vivid, easily-understandable charts help you get to know your current fitness level, and discover changes at a glance.
Continuous optical heart rate monitor
Understand more about your overall fitness when you can track your heart rate 24 hours a day. Know the boundaries of your heart rate zones, from your maximum heart rate during exercise to your resting heart rate during last night’s sleep.
Track your heart rate, calorie burn, distance, splits, elevation gained, and instantaneous and average pace. In the mobile app and web dashboard, see a map of your run and get insights of your performance to find ways to improve.
Sensors measure your heart rate while biking, and deliver insights specifically tailored for bike rides both indoors and out. Track speed, distance, elevation gained and personal bests.
Email previews and calendar notifications
Always stay in the loop. Monitor and preview emails at a glance. Microsoft Band stays in sync with your calendar, reminding you of important events throughout the day.
Receive and reply to text messages
Get text message previews right on your wrist. Reply to texts with a standard quick response like “I’ll call you later,” or create your own set of replies in the app.1 If you have Windows Phone 8.1 or later, use Cortana to type or dictate responses with your voice.
Put away your phone and concentrate on your golf game or your workout with the built-in GPS. When you run or bike, you’ll get a map of your route in the mobile app and web dashboard.
Track your fitness with more precision with a built-in barometer. It counts the floors you climb when you take the stairs, and measures elevation gains while running and biking.
1 Instant quick response does not work with iPhone.