How to Use Siri on Apple Watch [Complete Resource]

With the latest watchOS, Siri has got a lot smarter. It sounds more natural and understands the context better. Faced with huge competition from Google Assistant, Cortana, and Alexa, Apple’s assistant doesn’t want to give an edge to the rivals to take its numero-uno position from iDevices. And its continuous effort seems to be paying off well. Enough talk? Let’s check out how to use Siri on Apple Watch!

How to Set Up “Hey Siri” on Apple Watch

Setting up Hey Siri is pretty simple on Apple Watch. Head over here to get it done quickly.

How to Activate Siri on Apple Watch

There are three ways you can activate Siri on your Apple Watch.

  • First: Simply raise your wrist and say “Hey Siri.”
  • Second: Press and hold the Digital Crown
  • Third: Just tap on the Siri complication on the Siri Watch face

How to Set Up and Customize Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch

Siri watch face is very handy as it automatically updates to show relevant information throughout the data. It fetches data from 14 different sources to help you remain up-to-date. Jump over to this post to set it up and ideally customize it to suit your needs better.

How to Choose when Siri Speaks on Apple Watch

Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your Apple Watch.

Tap on Settings on Apple Watch Series 3

Step #2. Tap on General.

Tap on General in Apple Watch 3 Settings

Step #3. Now, tap on Siri.

Tap on Siri in Apple Watch 3 Settings

Step #4. Next, you have three options:

  • Always On
  • Control with Silent Mode
  • Headphones Only

Choose when Siri Speaks on Apple Watch Series 3

Select the one you wish.

Wrapping up

Agreed, Google Assistant is still a few steps ahead of Siri on some fronts. However, even a hardcore critic would admit that it has made significant strides recently to overcome barriers. What do you think of Siri and how much you use it?

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.