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Microsoft Launches AI based ‘Digital Health’ Feature in Beta

Microsoft Launches AI based 'Digital Health' Feature in Beta 1

The Microsoft launcher “Version 5.1” is now an attempt to give users with more control over how they react with the social media networks, the company revealed yesterday.

Apart from just with the “Digital Healthcare feature,” the new update also comes up with the integration of the to-do list and the sticky notes, which will enable the users to sync up their notes and tasks easily.

“The launcher’s ‘To-Do’ card now shows tasks from apps Outlook and Skype along with the ‘Notes’ card showing your listings from ‘Sticky Notes’ on Windows, Outlook and OneNote mobile,” the report added.

As of now the app is available for the beta testers on the Google Play Store and should roll out for the users in the few coming weeks, the reports revealed.

Some of the largest and big companies which include the Apple, Google, Facebook, and Instagram have already rolled out the additional AI feature which will let users know that how much time they have spent on their channels, they activity around to alert the users about their use of apps.

In the month of October, Microsoft has also revealed that the Windows 10 could also soon fully embrace Android to the mirror mobile apps on the computers so that the company has been aggressively updating its Android launcher from the past so many years.

In 2017, the company focused more on the location-based tracking feature to the Android launcher app along with the activity report feature which maintains all the record of what apps are being used on a device and for how much time period.

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