Get Cortana on Android Now, Public Beta Launched by Microsoft
Are you an Android user who wishes Google had made Cortana? Well, you are in luck as Microsoft has launched the beta version of the virtual assistant for Android operating systems!
Microsoft has pleasingly announced the beta phase for Android, which is also their competitor when it comes to smartphones:
In May, we announced that Cortana, the first personal digital-assistant who works across your PC & your phone, will be coming to Android and iOS devices. Today, we’re pleased to make the beta of the Cortana app available to all Android phone users.
We have been waiting for this for a long time and now we finally have it.
It goes without saying that beta version of virtually anything can have bugs and glitches – the beta is there to fish them out and fix them – however, if you are good with all that, you can now get your hands on Cortana by hitting this link.
In their announcement the tech giant has said that the Android version of the virtual assistant can do almost everything that she can do on Windows Phone as well as Windows PC, although they didn’t say what features will be missing.
That being said, so far the public beta is limited to United States although it is scheduled for launch in other territories very soon.