How to use Siri (with sample and funny Siri questions) 2

How to use Siri (with sample and funny Siri questions)

Do you know how to use Siri? And do you know all funny questions to ask Siri? Siri, the intelligent personal assistant helps you get things done. She can send your messages, check your emails, place calls and much more. There is no complete overview of all commands you can use in apple support page. That’s why we want to bring you list of most common commands for Siri. And of course, a lot of funny things to ask Siri.


How to use Siri:

How to start Siri:

Start Siri using the home button

Hold down the Home button until Siri opens, then say what you need.
If you have an iPhone 6s or later, or an iPad Pro, you can say what you need as soon as you press the Home button. Siri listens while you press the Home button and responds even if Siri wasn’t on the screen when you started.


“Hey Siri” command

You can use Siri without pressing the Home button. Just say “Hey Siri” and ask your question.
If you have an iPhone 6s or later, or an iPad Pro you can use “Hey Siri” whenever you want. If you have an iPhone 6 or earlier, or another iPad or iPod touch model, you need to plug your device into power first. If you’re using a headset that has a remote or another type of Bluetooth device, hold down the center button or call button until you hear a chime. Then say what you need.
“Hey Siri” command must be allowed in the settings



List of Siri commands:


Basic Siri commands:

– “Call David,”
– “FaceTime dad.”
– “Call 911,” or “Call the emergency.”
– “Do I have any new voice mail?”
– “Play the voice mail from David.”
– “Tell (name) I am on my way to cinema”
– “Send email to (name) about (subject) and say (message).”
– “Read my new messages,” or “Check email.”
– “Set the timer for 30 minutes.”
– “What’s the weather like today?” or “Do I need an umbrella?”
– “What’s Apple’s stock price?” or “Where’s the NASDAQ today?”
– “How many cups are in a quart?”
– “How many dollars are in a Euro?” or “How many pounds are in a stone?”
– “What is a 30 percent tip on $90?”
– “What is 71 x 2?”
– “What is 400 divided by 8?” or “What is the square root of 16?”



Phone and Settings:

– “Take a picture.”
– “Take a selfie.”
– “Turn on/off (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Cellular Data, Airplane Mode, Do Not Disturb, Night Shift)”
– “Increase/decrease brightness.”
– “Open (app).”
– Designate contacts as relationships. Example: “My mom is Lisa Young,” or “Franck Young is my brother.” Once a relationship is established, you can say relationships instead of names (e.g., “Call my brother,” instead of “Call Franck Young”).



Scheduling and reminders:

– “Schedule a meeting with (name) tomorrow at 10:20 a.m.”
– “Cancel my 3 p.m. meeting.”
– “Move my 2 pm meeting to 3:30 PM”
– “Set up a meeting at 10 AM”
– “What appointments do I have tomorrow?”
– “New appointment with Andrew Tuesday at noon”
– “Remind me to remember my keys when I leave,”
– “Remind me to feed the cat when I get home.”
– “When is Easter?”
– “Set an alarm for 6 a.m.” or “Set an alarm for seven hours from now.”
– “Delete all alarms” or “Turn off all alarms.”
– “What’s on my calendar for Friday?”
– “What time is it in London?”
– “Where is my next meeting?”
– “Remind me about this in an hour”
– “Remind me about this email Friday at noon”
– “Remind me to check the mailbox”
– “Remind me to stop by the dry cleaners when I leave work”
– “Remind me to call John when I get to work”




– “Search the web for best smartphones”
– “Search for news about the November Elections”
– “Search Wikipedia for Siri”
– “Bing upcoming smartphones”
– “Search Yahoo for what’s happening in China”
– “What’s the definition of democratic?”
– “Show me the Orion constellation”
– “What is a synonym for (word)?”
– “Show me photos from last week,” or “Show me my selfies,”
– Search Twitter. Example: “What’s Michael Douglas saying?” or “Search Twitter for (keyword).”
– Find specific notes or emails. Example: “Find my note about (keyword),” or “Find emails about (keyword).”
– Find your friends (if you have “Find My Friends” set up). Example: “Where is John?” or “Who is near me?”
– Find apps. Example: “Get the Twitter app,” or “Search the App Store for action games.”




– “Take me home.”
– “What’s traffic like on the way home?”
– “Find (driving, walking, transit) directions to (destination).”
– “How do I get to (destination) by (walking, bus, bike, car, train, etc.)?”
– “Take me to my wife”
– “Where is (business name)?”
– “Where is the nearest (business type)?”
– Find out how long until you arrive. Example: “What’s my ETA?”
– “How much does gas cost right now?”
– “Where am I?”
– “Are we there yet?”
– “Show ATMs near me”
– “Show me the nearest WiFi hotspots”
– “Show me directions from Washington DC to Philadelphia Pennsylvania”




– Sports updates. Example: “Did the Detroit Red Wings win?” or “How did the Tigers do last night?”
– Info about a sport or sports team. Example: “What basketball games are on today?” or “Get me college football rankings” or “Show me the roster for the Red Wings.”
– Find movie times and locations. Example: “What’s playing at Regal L.A. Live?” or “What are some movies playing near me?” or “Is (movie name) playing near me?”
– Find out what song is playing in the room (through Shazam). Example: “What song is this?”
– What’s the synopsis of (movie name)?
– “What movies are coming out this weekend?”
– “Are there any 3D movies playing around here?”
– “What action movies are playing”



Music/Apple Music:

Basic controls: Play, pause/stop, skip/next, play previous song.
– “Skip track”
– “Play (artist) or (song name) or (playlist) or (album).”
– “What music is playing?”
– “Like this song.”
– “Shuffle my (playlist name) playlist.”
– “After this, play rockstar.”
– “Play the top songs from 2017.”
– “Play more like this.”
– “What song is this?”
– “Buy this song.”
– “Play the number one song right now”
– “Shuffle the top 10 hip-hop songs”
– “Get the new Kendrick Lamar album”
– “Play Alicia Keys on iTunes radio”
– “Show my family movies”
– “Show me funny TV shows”




– “Check flight status of (airline and flight number)”
– “What’s a good Chinese restaurant near me?”
– “Make a reservation at Hilton for 7 p.m.”
– “Find a table for six in San Francisco tonight.”
– “How late is (business name) open?”
– “Is (business name) open right now?”
– “What’s the nearest museum?”
– “Where am I?”
– “What bridge is this?”



Random tips and tricks:

– “What airplanes are above me?”
– “Roll a die” or “roll two dice.”
– “Flip a coin.”



Funny questions to ask Siri:

-What does the fox say?
-Knock knock.
-Why did the chicken cross the road?
-What is zero divided by zero?
-“What’s up?” With questions like this one (and “Hi” or “Hello”) Siri often answers with a simple, “Hey there.” Try asking more than once and see how she changes her answer.
-“Do you have plans tonight?” Try this one several times. At first, Siri will search your calendar and tell you if you have any plans. Be persistent! Siri might reveal something!
– “How much wood can a woodchuck chuck?” This question will generate some surprising answers. Keep asking.
– “Do you think you’re smarter than me?” Then try, “Do you think you’re smarter than I?”
– “How do I look?”
– “If you and an Android phone got in a fight, would you kick its ass?”
– “Shut up!”
– “I’m going to trade you in for an Android phone!”
– “Is today a good day to Die Hard?!
– “Say excuse me after you burp!”
– “Don’t chew with your mouth open!”
– “Eat your vegetables!”
– “Don’t step on that spider!”
– “Will you marry me?”
– “Are you cheating on me?”
– “Tell me a story.”
– “Will you scratch my back?”
– “You’re pretty dumb for a smart phone!”
– “I heard you’re dating a Kindle!”
– “When is the next alien invasion?”
– “Want to split the bill?”
– “Do you believe in God?”
– “Have UFOs landed on Earth?”
– “What is the meaning of life?”
– “What was your last job before this?”
– “Are you flammable?”
– “Do you ever wish you were human?”
– “Do you ever get tired of me asking you so many questions?”
– “I’m drunk.”
– “Make me a sandwich?”
– “Read me a haiku?”
– “Do you have a boyfriend?”
– “Do you have any pets?”
– “What is your favorite animal?”
– “What are you wearing?”
– “I’m naked.”
– “Do you follow the three laws of robotics?”
– “When will the world end?”
– “What is the best operating system?”
– “What phone is the best?”
– “What’s better: Windows or Mac?”
– “Beatbox?”
– “I am your father!”
– “What came first: the chicken or the egg?”
– “Where is Elvis Presley?”
– “Are you her?”
– “Beam me up, Scotty!”
– “How many Apple Store geniuses does it take to screw in a lightbulb?”
– “Are you on Facebook?”
– “Are you intelligent?”
– “Is John Snow dead?”
– “Give me a hint.”
– “Are you human?”
– “Blah blah blah blah.”
– “Can you sing?”
– “Take me to your leader.”
– “Testing 1,2,3”
– “Where does Santa live?”
– “Why are firetrucks red?”
– “Can you stop time?”
– “Who is the best assistant?”
– “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”
– “Why do you vibrate?”
– “Are you stupid?”
– “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?”
– “Guess what?”
– “What is Inception about?”
– “What are you doing later?”
– “Do you have a girlfriend?”
– “Talk dirty to me”
– “Do you think I’m stupid?”
– “Can you murder someone for me?”
– “Happy Birthday”
– “Where do you live?”
– “I’m depressed”
– “You should go on a diet”
– “Get a job”
– “Will pigs fly?”



There are thousands of questions you can ask Siri. Which one is your favorite?



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