Microsoft is working on digital assistant for its mobile platform, now guess who is latest one to try their hands in this space, yes its BlackBerry. This interesting revelation comes from a leaked test-build of the new BlackBerry firmware (version 10.3.0.140). The app is named as “Intelligent Assistant,” which is not fully functional at the moment. In terms of the UI, there is a familiar circular icon, other than that its functionalities and features are unknown. If at all this feature actually finds a way in future update, it could be the company’s answer to Android’s Google Now and iOS’ Siri. Check out the sources and video below for more information.
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