Microsoft is partnering some of the company’s largest brands in an effort to streamline your exercise routines.
The teams behind Internet Explorer (IE)and Xbox 3360, have partnered with DailyBurn.com to bring a new experience to your mobile devices, your PC and your Xbox. Now customers can use DailyBurn (which allows users to sync their workouts, interact with personal trainers or track their nutrition goals across devices) right on their desktop and Xbox 360. The new experience begins today (May 1st) and it will allow users to try-out DailyBurn for two months, and have access to all of the online workouts and nutritional advice and programs, through IE on your Xbox 360 or PC. This also synchs across all of your mobile devices as well, giving you a streamlined experience and an easy way to stay on top of your goals. According to reports from Microsoft, 85% of smartphone and tablet owners use their devices as second screens while watching TV. Microsoft and DailyBurn want to use that convenience and mobility and apply it to your fitness and nutrition goals.
“The Internet Explorer team understood our mission to bring a convenient and new experience online that allows our DailyBurn subscribers to achieve their fitness goals in an easy and convenient manner using the gadgets they love,” said Andy Smith, DailyBurn.com CEO, “The IE team’s initiative to move the web forward and partner with us to bring this experience to Xbox provides our fitness fans with just another option to stay active and live a healthy lifestyle.”
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