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Microsoft started beta testing Cortana for iOS
Microsoft has for a select group of testers on the iOS operating system and voice information service Cortana made available. Testers are asked to try out the functions of the application.
Visit Microsoft News discovered that the test phase for the Cortana application on iOS has begun. So does Microsoft through Test Flight, the system developed by Apple to test applications for public release. Those interested could sign up for this, but it is not possible to directly access the beta test.
Specifically asks the Redmond company to test a number of features, such as setting a reminder by Cortana on Windows 10 to then see if it appears on the iOS device; So Microsoft seems to want to investigate whether Windows and iOS together well. Microsoft also wants to know how well the service responds to voice requests from the user. After the test, the company will likely make the Cortana application publicly available, but it is still unclear when that will be.
Cortana was initially developed only for Microsoft’s own Windows OS, but for some time is the service being developed for other operating systems. Thus came a beta version for Android in August. As for iOS, there is still no final version appeared.Viewing:-200
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