Apple's voice-powered personal digital assistant is an iconic part of every iPhone in pockets around the world. As Windows Phone fans will tell you, Siri's Microsoft-developed competitor has been getting stronger over the past few years. So strong, in fact, that the company is planning to release it on Android and iPhones this Fall.
That's because Microsoft's Cortana app has one amazing feature that has more potential than Siri: It can think. Instead of having to learn what questions that you can and can't ask Cortana, the app interprets what it thinks you want to know.
Cortana is part of Microsoft's Einstein project. The project's intended goal, as I wrote in this post, is to create a "thinking" computer.
How often do you use Siri? Would you use an assistant app if you didn't have to ask it only very specific questions? Let me know in the comment section.