To get started simply tap the link at the foot of this post in the web browser on your Microsoft Band connected smartphone. The link should then boot up inside Microsoft Health and add a nifty Windows Central tile to your band, providing you with our latest headlines. Web Tile apps are restricted by character limit, as such it only displays headlines for now. But as the feed for the site updates you'll be able to see the eight most recent headlines.
With every update the Microsoft Band blurs the lines between smart watch and fitness band, and the addition of Web Tiles is no different.
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