You can now search MSDN with Cortana using Voice Commands on your Windows Phone 8.1 device. Microsoft has today released a demonstrative application which provides basic, voice-enabled natural language search capabilities on MSDN while also providing self-referential access to its source code, documentation, and related resources.
The app itself is very simple and straight-forward, surfacing the vast MSDN documentation library to you from the Cortana experience. Once you have the app installed, ask ‘MSDN, what are universal Windows apps?’ while in Cortana and she’ll launch the MSDN Voice Search app and help you find an answer.
For more information on integrating your app into the Windows Phone speech and natural language experience, check out the Speech Dev Center and the recorded session from Build. Additionally, the MSDN Voice Search app team will be posting the source code for the app so that you can see how they made the magic happen.
Download it here from Windows Phone Store for free.