Band BPM is a Simple Smartphone Heads-up Display for Your Microsoft Band Data

Band BPM is a Simple Smartphone Heads-up Display for Your Microsoft Band Data

If you’re like me, sometimes the small display on the Microsoft Band can be a bit difficult to read during jostling and bouncing during activities. Those small, secondary numbers for heart rate, pace, distance, calories burned, etc. can be tough to discern.

For those iPhone users, a new app is now available that does something pretty simple. Simple, but valuable. The app runs on your larger iPhone screen and pulls in real-time data from your Microsoft Band to display the five most important readings: Heart rate, Pace, Distance, Duration and Calories Burned.

Here’s what it looks like:

Of course, this means you have to carry your iPhone with you, but most folks do anyway for music playback during workouts.

Get it from iTunes: Band BPM

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