I want to Type it

I' d like to type it

A bunch of fun and addictive games to increase your typing speed. How can I do a Google Voice based query? So, what do you mean by Google vote? To access Google Search, tap the Google Search Bar widget or use Google Now? Also I see the same in Google chromium, emails etc.

Will you get Google Now if you keep the Home key pressed and then drag up when you see the Google icon?

Otherwise, long click on an empty part of the Home screen, Edit Screen, and browse for the Google Find screen. Hold it down and pull it onto the home screen using dragging and dropping. By tapping the Google Find wizard, you should be able to perform normal searches.

Writing a question to Siri instead of talking to her

This is a textual user surface in which you can send your requests to Siri instead of submitting them. In the autumn, when launching the new version of iTunes, Type to Siri will allow the user to activate "Type to Siri" in their access preferences so that you can send your orders to Siri instead of shouting them out in vain.

From now on Type to Siri is a barrier-free feature: It' for people who may not be able to answer their question and need a keypad (or other switching device), and a great asset to them. However, even those who don't need barrier-free access will enjoy this function - Google's Wizard provides both a text and a type user surface that allows fast and silent responses to a question when a common speech request doesn't work, and a similar Syri function should be very useful for a large number of people.

Go to the application settings. Browse to General > Accessibility > Siri. Activate the check box at the top of the display that indicates "Type to Siri". Press and hold the Home key to trigger Siri. If you have activated Type to Siri, you can also use your part with Siri in different ways.

Optional 1: Use "Hey Siri" Open the Settings application. Browse to Siri & Search and make sure "Hey Siri" is on. You can trigger Siri by saying "Hey Siri" followed by your request. Go to the application settings. Browse to General > Accessibility > Siri. Activate the check box at the top of the display that indicates "Type to Siri".

To trigger Siri, keep the Home key pressed. Touch the dictation key on your keypad to voice your request. Apple still provides a way to speak to Siri about input in Apple 10 and earlier: Keep the Home key on your iPhone or iPad pressed or say "Hey, Siri" to enable Siri.

Touch the text you have spoken to modify your request. Alternatively, you can just touch a singular term you want to modify, thanks to Siri's suggested words option.

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