Microsoft's Harman Kardon Invoke speaker supports Spotify, Pandora, TuneIn, other music services

Microsoft and Harman Kardon have teamed up to launch a new speaker powered by Cortana, the Invoke. We've already talked about the speaker a couple of times, so you might already know that such a device exists and is likely to make its debut on the market very soon.

Since this Microsoft's speaker, it makes perfect sense to support Groove Music and Skype services. However, the latest update to the Cortana application for Android devices has revealed new information about the Invoke.

Apparently, the Harman Kardon speaker will feature support for multiple music services including Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn. It's also worth noting that everything related to the speaker has been nicely implemented into the Android application, which suggests the Invoke is likely to be unveiled soon.

In fact, rumor has it that Microsoft plans to showcase the Harman Kardon speaker the next Build 2017 conference, which is to take place next month in Seattle. Details about price and availability will be revealed the Build 2017, too.


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