Microsoft announced the availability of the Fitbit skill for Cortana, which allow you to easier to monitor your health and fitness goals - just by asking Cortana.
Earlier in May, Microsoft announced the public preview of the Cortana Skills Kit, which allows developers to create intelligent experiences for users of Cortana in the US. Today, Microsoft announced that the latest skill on Cortana is available, from Fitbit. With the new Fitbit skill for Cortana, you can monitor your health and fitness goals, sleep, stats and progress, by asking Cortana. Once you have connected your Fitbit account to Cortana, ask Cortana to get the information you need to stay inspired without having to pull up the Fitbit app or website. Users can access the Fitbit skill across devices and platforms, starting with Windows 10, Android and iOS and soon on the Harman Kardon Invoke speaker.
Cortana understands natural language so it can answer you to questions such as "Hey Cortana, ask Fitbit how much water I've had today" or "Hey Cortana, ask Fitbit how many calories do I have left to eat."
Fitbit is a global wearables brand with more than 50M registered users across the world. Fitbit's health and fitness trackers and software are compatible across Windows 10, Android and iOS platforms.