When driving, you can get directions hands-free by asking Siri. You can also make general map searches, show a location’s details, call a query’s phone number, and view traffic details. However, Siri defaults to Apple Maps for all those. If you prefer Google Maps, Waze, or another third-party navigation app, the map-based Siri commands won’t work. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still use Siri.

As long as you’re running iOS 12, you can take advantage of Siri Shortcuts, which basically means you can assign a phrase related to a specific action in another app that Siri will respond to. This… more


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