Siri Allows iPhone Users To Send Hands Free Emails
Apple’s iPhone has permanently altered the mobile technology market, but not all of the features created by the American company have been as successful as they would have hoped. The feature being hinted at is Siri, the virtual assistance tool which has not always been assisting users in the most helpful manner.
Siri failed to be the perfect virtual assistance tool because she was giving answers which were far from straightforward, and the fact that she wasn’t able to understand different accents and word combinations only made the situation worse. Amusing and laughter inducing in every way, but it was resolved by Apple with iOS 7.
Send emails and iMessages on the go
Now this female voice which gives a small level of life to the inanimate object has finally come into her own. One very handy trick if you can ignore the small play of words, is Siri’s ability to read and even compose emails and iMessages for you when your hands are otherwise engaged.
For the multitasker the update has made this virtual assistance tool convenient, but it might be best to use the option when you’re not completely in public view. Just incase the content of an email is of a sensitive nature, and also to save a few blushes.
But what it does do is allow people to stay ahead if they are busy, giving them the option of getting their emails and iMessages sent when they are on the move. Whether they are running errands or in the car, but not while driving because it has been said that multitasking while driving can be fatally dangerous. And no email can be that important.