The Redmond-based software giant officially announced back in the summer of 2020 that its digital assistant would no longer be supported on mobile platforms, with the company embracing a completely different approach for its digital assistant.
In other words, Cortana waves goodbye to iPhone and Android, but instead, it’ll continue to be available on Windows and in other Microsoft products, as the focus has been switched on enterprise-focused capabilities.
This is something that makes perfect sense, especially because Cortana has never impressed in terms of adoption figures on mobile devices. In fact, this was quite a mission impossible, especially since both iPhone and Android come with their own digital assistants offered as a native feature.
Cortana now an enterprise-focused assistant
In Windows 10, however, Cortana ha… (read more)
This post has been read 11 times!