Last month the Cortana for Android was announced by Microsoft and was scheduled to be released by the end of this month. But on Friday, the news of its leak gave chance to many to test its usability.
With its release Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO will move a step ahead to fulfill his vision to provide productivity tools through the company to a greater section of the customers even though if they use Android, a rival platform.
However, how far Cortana will be a success in offering enough to woo the Android users from similar services provided by Google Now still remains a question that will be seen once the official version is out this month. The leaked version of the all new Cortana, the voice assistant, is still a beta which was not actually meant for use by the broader public so in case one plans to download the unofficial leaked version one might be careful as there may be bugs on the way. People who are read to wait are advised to go in for the official version awaited to be released sometime next week.
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