Siri support coming to WhatsApp After Apple iOS 10 Release

Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant, will soon be able to read and send WhatsApp messages as well as make WhatsApp calls on iOS devices. Siri support for WhatsApp feature will most likely come after the release of Apple iOS 10. And mind you, iOS 10 is a promising operating system that would let different third party apps use the “intellectual assistant”, Siri support.

Siri is integrated into Apple iPhone 4s and later iPhones, iPod Touch and newer iPad devices to enable users to speak natural language voice commands in order to operate the mobile devices as well as apps installed in it and WhatsApp will be joining the party.

A recent leak revealed explanation text which shows users what to do when ask to give WhatsApp access to Siri.

Siri Support for WhatsApp
Siri Support for WhatsApp Leaked Message

It is worth mentioning that ith Apple’s own apps and a couple of third-party applications currently have Siri support, but WhatsApp is among the numerous apps restricted from using this service.  Well, That’ll change with the release of iOS 10, which will allow the integration of the virtual assistant with third-party apps.READ ALSO: BlackBerry Adds ‘Buy Now Post’ options to BBM Channels

We did some quick findings and we found out that there is no official confirmation from WhatsApp concerning its messaging service getting Siri support.

This news leaves no doubt in my heart because ever since Facebook bought WhatsApp, there have been series of development, ranging from the end to end encryption, document sending option, writing in italic and bold, quote and reply previous messages.


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