The world of smart phones and social media has evolved since Apple introduced Siri in 2007, but many users have been frustrated by its inability to offer up a clear and concise description of what they’re looking for.
The latest update to Siri comes in the form of A tongue scrapper, which lets you browse the contents of your phone for keywords that you can search for on the internet.
The app uses a combination of your device’s microphone, proximity sensor and GPS to track your location, and the results are then automatically generated.
While it can be quite tedious to type in all the words you want to find out if they match your search criteria, it’s a useful feature that can be useful for a variety of reasons.
The app has a number of different ways you can use it, such as using it in the background and when you’re not using the phone.
It’s also easy to use if you’re having trouble remembering what you’re looking at.
But if you want a more traditional Siri search, you can download the free app from the Google Play store.