Microsoft has announced that it is ending its support for health services, that include the Microsoft Band and Microsoft Health Dashboard apps and services.
The company has sent emails to customers of its Band and Health Dashboard products on March 1, in which it has clearly mentioned that it will be ending support for the Microsoft Health Dashboard applications and services. So after May 31, 2019, users will not be able to access Microsoft Health Dashboard site and also will not be able to use its Microsoft Band applications from the Microsoft Store, Google Play store and Apple app store.
Microsoft Health Services will not be Available After May 31
The software giant announced via a blog-post on Friday:
“On May 31, the ‘Microsoft Health Dashboard’ site will be shut down and Microsoft Band applications will be removed from the Microsoft Store, Google Play and Apple App store,”
However, after May 31, the users of Microsoft Band still will be able to record and track daily health information that includes steps, heart rate, and basic workouts; record activity data; track sleep and set alarms. On another hand, if someone resets their Bands after the discontinuation of Health service, then they won’t be able to set up their Bands again. Although the web-connected features will no longer be available.