Siri voice searches are now a thing in the home, and they’re a lot easier to use than ever before.
The iPhone has always been the best way to do voice searches, and Apple has made the experience so much better with Siri, which can even play back voice-controlled music, text messages and more, as long as you have a compatible iPhone.
The new feature makes voice searches even easier to get started with.
Read more here: Apple’s Siri voice assistant, which has been in the works for years, finally makes it to the iPhone.
That’s a relief for anyone who has struggled with voice searches.
But what about those of us who find the experience of using voice search on iOS frustrating?
The good news is that Siri voice commands can still be activated using a button or two on the home screen.
So, to begin, let’s get started.
Here are the basics of Siri voice typing: Press the home button, then select Settings, then General, and then General Settings.
Now, head to the Siri voice setting and then select General.
In the voice typing section, click the Siri button to begin typing.
If you find that you can’t use Siri voice, it may be because you don’t have the proper Siri app installed on your device.
Open the Settings app on your iPhone, and click the Home button.
If your iPhone is in landscape mode, tap the Home Button.
In other words, tap your Home button when the iPhone’s screen is off.
If it’s in portrait mode, you’ll find your Siri app under Settings > General > General Settings > Siri.
Once you’ve added your app, head back to Siri, and when you tap the Siri icon, it will ask you to select a voice for your message.
Tap the option that looks like an arrow pointing up or down, and the app will ask your permission to use that voice.
If the Siri app doesn’t have your app installed, then tap the icon to bring up the voice search dialog.
On the first page, you should see a voice search box that looks a lot like this: There are a few options to choose from: If you’re looking for a word, you can search for it.
If that word doesn’t exist, then the voice will say something like: What word does this word sound like?
Now, if you want to ask Siri to find the word, it’ll prompt you with a list of words to search for.
When you select a word that doesn’t already exist, Siri will ask if you’re sure.
If not, Siri can ask for a suggestion, and if you say yes, Siri gets a list to use for that word.
If a word isn’t in the list, then Siri will let you know and ask you what you think.
If Siri says you can find the answer, you will then hear a sound of typing and the voice is used to answer.
If no word is found, Siri is going to say, “Sorry, Siri, but we don’t support that word.”
You can also use voice search for any word you don,t have available, and Siri will suggest you use the correct word.
So if you type a word you have no idea what it means, Siri may suggest you search for that.
You can then use Siri to type it.
You might see something like this when you try to type a new word: If Siri thinks you know what that word means, it can then suggest you type it in with your dictionary, so you can then type the correct answer.
Once the voice recognition system gets to the part of Siri that does voice search, it uses a combination of both human and machine intelligence to determine if the answer you enter is correct.
The system is able to see that you typed the right word and you have typed the correct number of letters.
The next step is to tell Siri what to do.
You’re going to be asked to type in the word you’re about to type.
The Siri system uses the word that you type as the input, and it’s the system that decides if you should type in that word or a different one.
If this sounds complicated, let me explain.
Siri will try to match the letter combination with the one in the dictionary.
It then uses the dictionary’s pronunciation and other information to decide if the two are the correct words.
If they are, Siri uses the voice input to give you a voice command to type the word in the correct place.
You’ll hear the answer when the Siri system says, “You’re done.”
If the system thinks you didn’t type the right words, Siri prompts you to type another one.
You will hear the same sound of the system saying, “Try again.”
If you get the same answer, the Siri assistant tells you that it thinks you have the correct dictionary, and you can proceed.
Once Siri thinks that you’re done typing, it gives you the option