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Beta Version of Cortana Available on Android – Fewer Features Than Windows 10 Version

Posted By Pixelpro 1686 days ago on Design

http://www.pixelproductionsinc.com - It may not be perfect, but Microsoft’s personal assistant is now ready to serve. Cortana has been unleashed for Android users, but only in a beta form. The company, reportedly, is still tweaking the program to work any kinks out but is encouraging people to download the version and begin using it. “The Cortana app […]
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