Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad

Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad

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Microsoft has released an update to its Cortana app that introduces support for the iPad. The app has also been updated to launch 20% faster.

Microsoft Cortana is your smart personal assistant. She helps you keep track of your most important stuff, across all your devices. Cortana responds to your voice and has an answer for what you need.

Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad

Features:
● The latest news stories, served fresh and personalized to your interests.
● Track your important flights and incoming packages.
● Calendar awareness. If traffic is a mess and you need to leave home early to make that meeting, Cortana has got your back.
● Reminders based on location. Have Cortana remind you to buy groceries when you drive past the local supermarket.
● Reminders based on commitments. Have Cortana remind you to follow up when you promise someone something over email.

Here are some things that you can say to Cortana:
● "Remind me to buy groceries."
● "Start a shopping list."
● "Tell me something interesting."
● "Bitcoin to USD."
● "What's my schedule today?"
● "Where's the nearest Starbucks?"
● "What's up?"
● "Will it rain this weekend?"

What's New In This Version:
Happy Valentine’s Day! We wish you a great 2018 with Cortana, your smart digital assistant.

What’s new:
● Introducing a brand-new Cortana for iPad design. Enjoy an exclusive layout and interface for your iPad.
● Cortana now launches 20% faster! Enjoy a lightning-fast experience.

You can download Cortana from the App Store for free.

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Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad

Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad

Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad

Microsoft Cortana Now Available for iPad
MUKAI - February 7, 2018 at 5:17pm
Cortana? That shit is useless. Alexa and Siri are making Microsoft way dust. Die Cortana
A-non-e-moose - February 11, 2018 at 9:05am
Siri sucks balls. It’s the worst one out there.
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - February 7, 2018 at 2:43pm
What happened to their Surface? Why would anyone even want this crap on their iPad? I buy an iPad to get away from Microsoft. Because Microsoft SUCKS!
You suck - February 11, 2018 at 11:43am
Then why are did you open this news link and took the comment on it. Apparently you care a lot about Microsoft and was interested in Cortana. BTW, Siri is years behind any other assistant.
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