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    100 Siri commands you can try... You can use either "Hey Siri" or just "Siri" if configured:

    1. "Hey Siri, set an alarm for 7 AM tomorrow."
    2. "Hey Siri, call Mom."
    3. "Hey Siri, send a message to John saying 'I'll be there in 10 minutes.'"
    4. "Hey Siri, play my 'Workout' playlist."
    5. "Hey Siri, what's the weather like today?"
    6. "Hey Siri, open the Calendar app."
    7. "Hey Siri, remind me to buy milk when I leave the office."
    8. "Hey Siri, find the nearest gas station."
    9. "Hey Siri, navigate to 123 Main Street."
    10. "Hey Siri, show me pictures of puppies."
    11. "Hey Siri, read my latest email."
    12. "Hey Siri, set a timer for 20 minutes."
    13. "Hey Siri, what's the traffic like on my way home?"
    14. "Hey Siri, play the latest episode of 'The Daily' podcast."
    15. "Hey Siri, what's the population of New York City?"
    16. "Hey Siri, convert 10 miles to kilometers."
    17. "Hey Siri, what's 20 percent of 75?"
    18. "Hey Siri, open Instagram."
    19. "Hey Siri, show me my photos from last weekend."
    20. "Hey Siri, what movies are playing nearby?"
    21. "Hey Siri, who won the last World Cup?"
    22. "Hey Siri, what's the tallest mountain in the world?"
    23. "Hey Siri, turn on the lights in the living room."
    24. "Hey Siri, set the thermostat to 72 degrees."
    25. "Hey Siri, what's the definition of 'serendipity'?"
    26. "Hey Siri, tell me a joke."
    27. "Hey Siri, flip a coin."
    28. "Hey Siri, roll a dice."
    29. "Hey Siri, what's the latest news?"
    30. "Hey Siri, what's the capital of Australia?"
    31. "Hey Siri, what's the time in Tokyo?"
    32. "Hey Siri, play some classical music."
    33. "Hey Siri, what's the stock price of Apple?"
    34. "Hey Siri, how many calories are in a banana?"
    35. "Hey Siri, find me a recipe for lasagna."
    36. "Hey Siri, set a reminder to call the doctor on Friday at 9 AM."
    37. "Hey Siri, create a note titled 'Gift Ideas.'"
    38. "Hey Siri, what's the best route to the airport?"
    39. "Hey Siri, show me pictures of the Eiffel Tower."
    40. "Hey Siri, set a timer for 5 minutes."
    41. "Hey Siri, read me my latest text message."
    42. "Hey Siri, remind me to pick up dry cleaning when I leave work."
    43. "Hey Siri, open the Stocks app."
    44. "Hey Siri, what's the meaning of life?"
    45. "Hey Siri, what's the distance between New York and Los Angeles?"
    46. "Hey Siri, tell me a bedtime story."
    47. "Hey Siri, translate 'hello' to Spanish."
    48. "Hey Siri, tell me a fun fact."
    49. "Hey Siri, add eggs, milk, and bread to my shopping list."
    50. "Hey Siri, tell me a riddle."
    51. "Hey Siri, what's the latest sports news?"
    52. "Hey Siri, play my 'Driving' playlist."
    53. "Hey Siri, remind me to take my medication at 10 AM."
    54. "Hey Siri, show me nearby coffee shops."
    55. "Hey Siri, what's the distance between London and Paris?"
    56. "Hey Siri, open Facebook."
    57. "Hey Siri, find a nearby Italian restaurant."
    58. "Hey Siri, search for recipes with chicken."
    59. "Hey Siri, what's the current exchange rate for US dollars to euros?"
    60. "Hey Siri, tell me a famous quote."
    61. "Hey Siri, set a reminder to buy concert tickets next week."
    62. "Hey Siri, open the Camera app."
    63. "Hey Siri, what's the square root of 144?"
    64. "Hey Siri, what's the definition of 'eclectic'?"
    65. "Hey Siri, show me the nearest movie theater."
    66. "Hey Siri, add 'buy new shoes' to my to-do list."
    67. "Hey Siri, find a nearby gym."
    68. "Hey Siri, what's the meaning of the word 'eloquent'?"
    69. "Hey Siri, play some jazz music."
    70. "Hey Siri, what's the current time in New York?"
    71. "Hey Siri, show me the latest fashion trends."
    72. "Hey Siri, set a reminder to water the plants every Sunday."
    73. "Hey Siri, open Twitter."
    74. "Hey Siri, how many ounces are in a pound?"
    75. "Hey Siri, find a nearby pharmacy."
    76. "Hey Siri, tell me the plot of the movie 'Inception.'"
    77. "Hey Siri, what's the distance between San Francisco and Los Angeles?"
    78. "Hey Siri, find a nearby park."
    79. "Hey Siri, what's the current temperature in Paris?"
    80. "Hey Siri, what's the largest country in the world?"
    81. "Hey Siri, play my favorite podcast."
    82. "Hey Siri, remind me to call my sister on her birthday."
    83. "Hey Siri, show me the latest tech news."
    84. "Hey Siri, what's the tip for a $50 bill?"
    85. "Hey Siri, set a reminder to take out the trash every Monday evening."
    86. "Hey Siri, tell me the latest NBA scores."
    87. "Hey Siri, find a nearby bookstore."
    88. "Hey Siri, what's the meaning of the word 'resilient'?"
    89. "Hey Siri, play some ambient music."
    90. "Hey Siri, what's the current time in London?"
    91. "Hey Siri, what's the nearest hotel?"
    92. "Hey Siri, remind me to buy flowers for my anniversary next week."
    93. "Hey Siri, open the Notes app."
    94. "Hey Siri, how far is the moon from Earth?"
    95. "Hey Siri, play my favorite album."
    96. "Hey Siri, find a nearby yoga studio."
    97. "Hey Siri, tell me a famous poem."
    98. "Hey Siri, set a reminder to submit my report by tomorrow morning."
    99. "Hey Siri, show me the latest trending videos on YouTube."
    100. "Hey Siri, tell me a fun fact about animals."

    Feel free to try them out and explore more of Siri's capabilities!

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