Microsoft Updates the Band for Windows Phone and Android Users

A few days ago, we wondered where the updates are for the Microsoft Band and it looks like today is a good day for Windows Phone and Android users who have the fitness device, sort of
January 7, 2015 Updated: January 7, 2015

A few days ago, we wondered where the updates are for the Microsoft Band and it looks like today is a good day for Windows Phone and Android users who have the fitness device, sort of. A new update has been released for the Band but there are not any significant new features.

One update, which went live today, only addresses ‘General fixes and improvements’ for Windows Phone users which is a big letdown for anyone who was hoping for new features like a ‘clear all’ for notifications or even turning on the other sensors that are in the device but not currently used. If you have a Windows Phone, you can download the update now from the store.

For those of you on Android, an update went live yesterday and there is one new feature, according to Google Play: Now you can control which apps send notifications to the notification center tile on the Band.

While this update is more significant than the Windows Phone version, it’s a small update considering the band was released in late October and only now received this minor enhancement.

As of the time of this posting, there are no updates for iOS.

The Band works on all major smartphone platforms, so updating the software is not a trivial task.

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