San Francisco: Microsoft has added a feature "Digital Health" b & # 39; Support & # 39; Cortana on the beta version of the launch of its Android that allows users to follow the patterns of the app. Launch & # 39; Microsoft "version 5.1" is an attempt to giving users more control over how to interact with social media, said Windows Central on Wednesday. Along with the feature "Digital Health", the new update integrates the list "To-Do" and "Sticky Notes" for users to synchronize their tasks and notes. "The card" To-Do "launcher now shows tasks from Outlook apps and Skype with paper" Notes "showing your listings from" Sticky Notes "on Windows, Outlook and mobile OneNote", report added.
The new beta version is available for testers on Google Play Store and will be available to all users in the coming weeks, the report added. Company & # 39; major technology like Apple, Facebook and Instagram recently added features such as "Screen Time", "Your Activity" and "Your Time on Facebook" respectively to warn users about the use of & # 39; apps. F & # 39; October, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will soon embrace Android to remind mobile apps on computers to update the company was updating its launcher on the previous year. (IANS)