Cortana For iOS Now Available To Testers

Early this November, Microsoft has announced that it will begin testing Cortana on iOS. This was shared on an online forum where a survey was presented in which people were asked about the device they use, and if they would use a particular app in Windows 10 PC. This survey was most likely in the interest of finding people who would test the app cross-platform.
 
 
Microsoft kept its promise, and early this week they started rolling out Cortana for testers. People, who signed up for this new trial version, were notified through email that the iOS version of Cortana was now available for download. The beta version of this app offers voice assistance, helps in schedule management, alarms, reminders along with the ability to track flights, stocks, packages, scores and more. You can also search Bing using the app, get directions, information on restaurants, movies, TV listings, track your interests and open apps, as per the description of the text.
  
As per the reports of the Testers, the beta build is being distributed by Apple’s TestFlight. As pointed out by one blogger and previous testers it would mean that only a small number of testers will be provided with the TestFlight, a limitation of 2,000 testers as per the application. Hence, this explains the reason behind a large number of people who have yet not received the invitation for downloading Cortana beta, in spite of signing in for it.
 
 
 
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