UnleashThePhones who last week brought us some interesting videos of Windows Phone 8.1 and some of it’s features have now uploaded a clip of Cortana, the voice assistance app coming with Windows Phone 8.1 which is said the better Siri on iOS, running on a Lumia 920.
It appears to be an early version of the app, as no voice seems to be installed. We also don’t hear the creator of the video giving any voice commands, presumably to maintain anonymity, but despite this still get a good look at whar is to come. Watch it below.
The video, uploaded to Yash Mehashwari’s YouTube channel shows us that you will need to sign Cortana into your Microsoft account. You can also control Quiet Hours, which controls your Windows Phone’s volume settings, via the app.
Cortana, as it is widely known although that name is not guaranteed to be used, is started by long pressing the Search button. We’d be interested to know your thoughts on Cortana.
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