With the advent of technological innovation, Smartphones eventually turned out to be an integral part of our lives. Along these lines, we were treated to voice based commands which served as functionalities for interaction between mobile devices. As such advancements present their arrival in the realms of possibilities, we are provided with advantageous tweaks like Ask Assistant for improving Siri in the long run. Thus such tweaks serve as propitious utilities for using Siri easily.
Ask Assistant is the useful tweak which aids the course in allowing jailbroken iOS 5 and iOS 6 users for setting up a pre-defined set of questions. These questions may include the usual set of questions that are asked to Siri on a regular basis. Also, these questions can range different from people to people. Some people might use it as a digital assistant while driving or can be used as a source for finding the weather in a specific location. Ask Assistant package helps in facilitating these aspects in a simple way. The peculiarity of the tweak focusses on the creation of a list which contains five different questions. In this fashion, this particular question gets assigned to an Activator action method. Later when this is invoked, it is responsible for automating the Siri Process with the respective question linked to that action. Hence Siri works faster and quicker during the time that such an execution is facilitated onto the device. Also such a process aids in helping the user to plan accordingly if he/she is moving to another location or wanting to locate the nearest public restroom. Ask Assistant isn’t responsible for the installation of any additional home screen based icons. This is because all the set of options are available within the native Settings app. Therefore it is easier for the users to facilitate the dedicated task in this manner
It is available for free and can be downloaded from the BigBoss repository. However the process requires a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch. Additionally this needs to run on iOS 5 or above with the respective Siri capabilities.