Cortana for Android has Leaked onto the Web Dylan Duarte July 17, 2015 News If you simply can’t wait to get your hands on the upcoming Cortana digital assistant for Android, you might like to know that a leaked copy of the program has hit the Internet today. We’re not going to tell you where to get it because, well, we’re fine, upstanding citizens. By all accounts, if you’re familiar with Cortana for Windows Phone or Windows 10, then there’s nothing new to see here. You can talk to her, ask her questions, ask her to remind you to pick up bread when you’re at the local supermarket. She can be accessed like any regular Android app. You should be able to bring her up by saying “Hey Cortana,” but that feature doesn’t seem to be present, as least not in this copy. If you’re hungry to try it out but you consider yourself Lawful Good, you’ll be happy to know that an official preview version is expected to hit in the next few weeks, so you’ll be able to legally take her for a spin then. Cortana is also coming to iOS later this year, as she’s a big part of Microsoft’s plans to tempt iOS and Android users into using their software, even if they’re not using their OS. Share This With The World!