Microsoft has announced that its Health app will be making its way to Windows 10 PCs and tablets later this week. The app, which is already available phones, will allow you to see your health stats and sync data from your Microsoft Band.

Microsoft Health rolling out to Windows 10 PCs and tablets later this week

From Microsoft:

The Microsoft Health app, the companion app to the Microsoft Band, will begin rolling out in the Windows Store this week to download onto your Windows 10 PCs and Tablets. 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.

It was first reported late last month that Microsoft Health would be making its way to PCs and tablets. The app is currently designed for Windows Phone 8.1, though it is compatible with Windows 10 Mobile. With this update, Health will be a Universal Windows Platform application.