Microsoft Cortana to Debut on Android Platform [Report]

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    Here comes the big news for the Android fan boys. Redmond based tech giant, Microsoft is planning to introduce its one and only digital assistant Cortana on the Android platform as a standalone app.

    As per the report by Reuters, Windows is working on the next version of Cortana under the project name "Einstein" and it will be an enhanced version, which performs more tasks.

    "This kind of technology, which can read and understand email, will play a central role in the next roll out of Cortana, which we are working on now for the fall time frame," Eric Horvitz, managing director of Microsoft Research and a part of the Einstein project, told Reuters in an interview.

    Microsoft Cortana to Debut on Android Platform [Report]

    The move made by Microsoft is to bring its name in all the platforms. The next version of Cortana will be released along with the Windows 10. Cortana has undergone a major upgrade and is now made specifically for a full PC experience.

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    Moreover, Cortana is now available in the PC platform, which comes along with Window 10. Cortana will be seen on the new search bar and the remodeled task bar. It has features which is easy and seamless access to files, settings, web and local search results and basically any other function of Windows 10.

    Microsoft also mentioned that, it will come with the soft female voice along with cracking jokes features, and moreover understanding seven new languages. Adding to that, Voice interaction and words triggering seems to be natural as well. Basically, it acts as a human-like assistant, than a virtual voice assistance.


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