Siri’s Misunderstood: Common Voice Command Errors

If you’re an iPhone user, you’ve probably used Siri at some point. Siri is a virtual assistant that can perform various tasks using voice recognition technology. While Siri is generally very reliable, there are some common voice command errors that users might encounter. To help you avoid these misunderstandings, we’ve put together a list of voice command examples you can use. Below are 33-150 voice command examples about Siri’s Misunderstood: Common Voice Command Errors.

#1: Contact Names

“Call my husband”
“Message Jane, I’ll be there in 10 minutes”
“Call Sarah Smith”
“FaceTime with Mom”
“Text my boss, I’m running late”

#2: HomeKit

“Turn off the lights in the living room”
“Lock the front door”
“Set the temperature to 70 degrees”
“Turn on the TV in the bedroom”
“Open the garage door”

#3: Music

“Play some music by Taylor Swift”
“Add this song to my playlist”
“Skip this song”
“Turn the volume up/down”
“Play songs similar to this one”

#4: Navigation

“Get directions to the nearest gas station”
“Navigate to Starbucks”
“Find me the closest pizza place”
“Take me to the airport”
“How do I get to the library?”

#5: Reminders

“Remind me to call John at 3 pm”
“Add milk to my shopping list”
“Set a reminder to water the plants”
“Remind me to take out the trash tomorrow”
“Add ‘exercise for 30 min’ to my to-do list”

#6: Weather

“What’s the weather like today?”
“Will it rain tomorrow?”
“What’s the temperature in New York?”
“Is it going to be hot this weekend?”
“Will there be snow this week?”