‘SiriToggles’ does the same exact thing as ‘SiriUtils‘, they just have different names. It gives Siri on your iPhone 4S or any device you have running Siri the ability to enable/disable certain settings, get info on battery level, change your screen brightness and even launch apps.
You can do this by simply telling siri to “Enable WiFi” or “Disable Bluetooth”. It also has the ability to power off your device. If you want to launch an application say “launch app” then the name. This is just the start of the Siri command tweaks. I’m so exited to see what else the developers can come up with. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure. Check out the video of SiriToggles below.
Requires iOS 5.0 or higher and Siri capability
SiriToggles adds a load of new features to Siri on the iPhone 4S (it also works on older devices using something like spire to get Siri). SiriToggles allows you to tell Siri to enable/disable certain settings, get info on battery level, change your screen brightness and even launch apps. The commands are structured as follows:
For toggling – You can say either “enable/disable” or “turn on/turn off” then one of the following things: Wifi, bluetooth, airplane mode, cellular data. To get the battery level – say anything like “how much battery do I have left” or “what is my remaining battery percentage”. To change the brightness – say “set/change backlight/brightness to x%”. To launch an app – say “launch app” then the name. For example, to open safari say “launch app safari”