Virtual Desktop Assistant, or VDA, is a new virtual desktop helper that lets people access their personal assistants using their phone.
In theory, VDA could be used to give people the ability to access their email, chat, calendar, and more.
The idea behind it is that VDA is a simple way to access your contacts and contacts’ contacts to do whatever you want with them.
With this in mind, I decided to take a look at what VDA has to offer to me.
As someone who has a lot of personal assistants on their phone, I really wanted to find out if this would be a good alternative for my personal assistant.
I wanted to know if it was worth spending $99 to get a virtual assistant for my phone.
I didn’t expect VDA to be cheap, but I was really curious about how much I could expect to pay for this, especially given that I’m a bit used to having a phone and I’m using it for everything.
Luckily, VEA does have a “free trial” offer, and it is a great way to try out VDA and learn more about its capabilities.
So, let’s get started!