Announced at Microsoft Build last April, the Cortana-Uber integration is now showing signs of nearing completion, reported Windows Central.
Since Saturday, October 10th, some users of Windows 10 Insider previews can reportedly find the option to connect to Uber’s services in Cortana’s Notebook under Connected Accounts on the PC. Attempts to connect will fail however, most likely due to complications from Uber’s servers. The option also appears on Cortana for Windows 10 Mobile, although pressing on it will refer back to the PC version.
Uber is a popular US-based car-hauling service company that develops the mobile app Uber, allowing users to request a trip from Uber drivers with personal cars. Uber is available on the Windows Phone Store.