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Can you make Siri any voice?

Can you make Siri any voice?

Change Siri’s voice by going to Settings > Siri & Search > Siri Voice. Choose from American, Australian, British, Indian, Irish, and South African male and female voices. As of iOS 14.5, Siri no longer has a default voice.

How do I get special voices for Siri?

Open the Settings app, then go to Siri & Search > Siri Voice. Under the Voice section you’ll find four different options. Voice 2 and Voice 3 are new, but to my ear all four sound more natural and realistic.

What is Siri’s birthday?

4th of October 2011
At an Apple Special Event, on 4th of October 2011, Siri was born.

Does Siri say bad words?

Siri doesn’t usually say bad words, but it turns out there’s a loophole. Tell Siri to play (song title), and she’ll repeat the (song title) before the song plays. She will give you the first definition, Siri will then ask, “Do you want to hear the next one.” Video by Michael Hession.

Who is the real voice of Siri?

Meet Susan Bennett, the real voice of iPhone SIRI. Sharing is caring! Susan Bennett lives in Atlanta, USA and she is the voice of Siri on Apple’s iPhone.

Why does Siri have a female voice?

There’s a Deeply Scientific Reason That Siri’s Voice Is Female. Well, this is surprising. If you use Apple’s Siri virtual assistant, you probably refer to it as “she,” since its voice comes preloaded sounding like a nice, if a little snarky, woman.

Can I make Siri only respond to my voice?

How to Make Siri Respond to Your Voice (Without Pressing Anything) By default, Siri only responds when you press and hold the home button on your iPad or iPhone. You can, however, configure Siri to respond when you say “Hey Siri .”. Siri is useful as means for doing many things. She’s meant to be something of a digital personal assistant and, as such, can do a great deal more than simply looking stuff up on the Internet.

Does Siri record Your Voice?

Yes, when you interact with Siri a recording is saved on a remote server. Apple says that the recordings are only used in an attempt to improve Siri’s voice recognition. The data is encrypted and not linked to any other information about you. You can read more about the recording at Mashable .

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