Very Soon, People will able to Use Siri to Send and Read WhatsApp Messages
WhatsApp for iPhone look like set to get expanded functionality that lets users utilize Siri voice commands for sending and reading messages, apart from making voice calls.
WhatsApp will get Siri integration similar to what you see here in picture with WeChat.
A disclosed WhatsApp conversion request exposes the WhatsApp functions Siri will be able to access. The request, for an clarification text shown to users when prompted to give WhatsApp access to Siri, reads, “This lets you use Siri to quickly send and read messages by WhatsApp and make voice calls.”
Of course, the expected Siri addition of WhatsApp will only be roll out once iOS 10 is released for iPhone users across the world, expected to occur soon after the next iPhone launch in September. Apple had presented the latest version of its mobile operating system at WWDC 2016, and much to willingness of the crowd, brought its voice-based virtual assistant up to speed with competitors like Google Now by allowing third-party developers to encompass its functionality.
In any case, People will soon have the ability to say “Hey, Siri, call driver Swift with WhatsApp,” and the poor virtual assistant will try to accommodate. Besides calls, the Siri app will be able to send messages for you, or read the ones you receive out loud. Good good fortune with cracking “brb l8r,” Siri.