Just over a month ago, Android users got their first shot at trying out Microsoft’s response to the Google Nows and Siris of the world, as Microsoft got invite-only testing underway on Cortana for Android – well, that was the plan, at least, butRead More
When news came out that Microsoft was going to be developing Cortana for Android, I was dubious. As in, “So what?” Realistically, I just didn’t see the point. Android has a perfectly good voice assistant in Google Now – to say nothing of how awesome Now on Tap will be – so why should we care about Cortana on Android? It’ll be just another app.
But then news came out more recently thatCortana will be able to replace Google Now as the default search for Android. Whoa. Ok. Now we’re talking.