Microsoft Loves Android: Major Evolution Announced For Cortana
Microsoft Loves Android: Major Evolution Announced For Cortana

The tech giant Microsoft’s virtual assistant, of course, Cortana has been on Android for quite some time now. Microsoft’s virtual assistant, Cortana beta app for Android, received an update recently, called “Major Evolution” in the official changelog, and reached version number 2.9.4.

Microsoft Loves Android: Major Evolution Announced For Cortana

The tech giant Microsoft’s virtual assistant, of course, Cortana has been on Android for quite some time now. The wizard receives constant improvements in the tech giant Google’s operating system Android and even has a program to access the beta versions of the app.

The tech giant Microsoft’s virtual assistant, Cortana beta app for Android, received an update recently, called “Major Evolution” in the official changelog, and reached version number 2.9.4. Check out the complete list with all new features:-

  • You can now see the most important news and tasks for the day in the “My Day View”
  • New clever suggestions to help you get things done faster
  • Users can create new lists and edit their items
  • Faster registration and login with support for phone numbers along with email
  • Custom Hints and Tips
  • New talk button, to have fun with Cortana in just a touch
  • Cortana can be set as the default on some Android devices to make it easy to integrate notifications, reminders, and alerts between your smartphone and a PC.

To join the Cortana Beta testing program, just click on this link and follow the instructions. The update has not yet officially arrived in many countries, but, luckily in our country, it is available on the Android operating system, so you need to download the Apk file if you want to test it on your device.

The tech giant Microsoft is trying to seamlessly integrate its services with competing for operating systems after the failure of Windows 10 Mobile. Recently, Windows Insider program participants have been given the option to continue browsing on open internet pages on Android on their Windows PCs.

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