What Siri is Saying – the new hilarious blog based on your Siri finds

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What Siri is Saying the new hilarious blog collecting the best responses to questions and commands made to Siri, the voiced operated personal assistant exclusive to the iPhone 4s. What Siri is Saying aims to uncover as many Siri Easter Eggs as possible, as well as any funnies and oddities it’s tiny robot mind blurts out. Users can submit their Siri screenshots, vote and comment on their favourites and even win big.

Siri is a voiced operated personal assistant exclusive to the iPhone 4s. You can ask Siri to perform a wide range of actions on your phone such as; send a text, set an alarm, get a definition or even use it to Google. The What Siri is Saying blog (http://www.whatsiriissaying.co.uk/) uncovers those hidden Easter Eggs the cheeky developers at Apple have hidden within the digital personal assistant.

Users who find hidden or humorous Siri responses upload them to the blog using a simple uploading tool, and can then rate and comment on their own, and other submissions. There’s a leader board for the best Siri entries so users can get their mates involved to climb to the top spot.

The blog has seen some great contributions so far, but wants to find the cream of the crop – and this is where you come in.

What is Siri Saying is giving you the chance to win a £100 Amazon voucher- all you have to do is submit your Siri find to the blog, get your mates to vote it up to the top of the leader board, and if yours is at the top by Friday 2nd at 13.00 GMT, you’ll win! It’s as easy as that.

You don’t have to have an iPhone 4s to take part, you can tweet or post on our Facebook wall with your question, we’ll ask Siri and then post the response.  If it’s a good one we’ll even put it on the site so you can get your friends to start voting.

So what are you waiting for? Get chatting to Siri and find those hidden Siri gems. You never know, soon you might be asking: “Siri, what should I buy from Amazon?”

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