Some time ago, Apple added Shazam's music identification abilities to the Siri personal voice assistant. iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users can easily identify music tracks, TV shows, and movies by asking Siri what's playing. Siri listens to the audio and returns whatever results it finds from Shazam. Since Apple has acquired Shazam, full integration with Siri and Apple Music makes the process seamless.
Yes, Google Voice supports Siri integration. Siri can be asked to make calls or send text messages using your Google Voice number.
Follow these steps to let Siri interact with the Google Voice app:
Siri describes emoji characters when reading incoming iMessages and texts. But writing with the emoji keyboard is a different story.
Siri has been able to read text messages to you for a while now, but you have always had to ask first, or double tap your AirPods. Making for a truly hands free experience, iOS 13.2 lets Siri read incoming texts automatically, provided you have AirPods 2 or Powerbeats Pro. Here's how to have Siri read your texts to you as soon as you receive them on your iPhone:
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Tap Privacy.
- Scroll down and tap Analytics & Improvements.
- Tap the Improve Siri & Dictation slider so it is OFF/WHITE.