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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by cebixd, Apr 17, 2016.
Can you guyz write cool stuff what can you do with siri? I was just wondering
why not just Google "cool stuff siri" lots of links
"Hey Siri, what can you do?"
There ya go.
Siri Dictation Commands
Move to the next line
Start a new paragraph
Capitalise the next word
I like 'cap' sunshine
I like Sunshine
Caps on ... caps off
Capitalise a section of text
'caps on' twenty types of flower 'caps off'
20 Types of Flower
Make the next word all uppercase
I 'all caps' love summer
I LOVE summer
All caps on ... all caps off
Make part of what you say uppercase
I 'all caps on' love summer 'all caps off'
I LOVE SUMMER
Make the next word lowercase
I like 'no caps' Capitals
I like capitals
No caps on ... no caps off
Make sure part of what you say is all lowercase
We like the cities 'no caps' London and Sydney 'no caps off' the most
We like the cities london and sydney the most
Prevent a hyphen from appearing in a normally hyphenated word
Prevent a space between words
No space on ... no space off
Prevent a section of text from having spaces between words
"Period" or "full stop"
Place a "." at the end of a sentence
The number pi is three 'dot' one four
The number pi is 3.14
The 'point' number pi is three 'point' one four
The point number pi 3.14 (note the subtle difference between saying 'point' and 'dot' dot works between words)
"Ellipsis" or "dot dot dot"
"Quote" or "quotation mark"
"Quote ... end quote" or "quote ... close quote"
Place quotes around a section of text
She said 'quote' see you next week 'end quote'
She said "see you next week"
Inverted exclamation point
Inverted question mark
This dash is dash my dash cheese
This - is - my - cheese (note the difference in spacing between this and when saying hyphen)
This 'hyphen' is 'hyphen' my 'hyphen' cheese
This-is-my-cheese (note the difference in spacing between this and when saying dash)
Pound sterling sign
Greater than sign
Less than sign
"Smiley" or "smiley face" or "smile face"
"Frowny" or "frowny face" or "frown face"
"Winky" or "winky face" or "wink face"
E.g. (pronounced as "e g")
'e g' when you learn to ride a bike
E.G. when you learn to ride a bike
i.e. (pronounced as "i e")
'i e' when you learn to ride a bike
I.e. when you learn to ride a bike