Have you ever thought of sending tweets from iPhone 4S using Apple’s intelligent service, called Siri? Obviously it would be awesome if you could do that, but by default you are not able to send tweets using Siri technology on the iPhone. If you would like to learn how to send tweets using Siri on your iPhone 4S you will need to perform a little trick.
Follow the steps below to send tweets using Siri on your iPhone 4S…
Step 1) – The very first step is to register your Mobile number with your Twitter Account. To do that Login to your Twitter account, and go to settings.
Step 2) – Under settings, open Mobile tab and follow the instructions to add your mobile number to your Twitter account. After doing so, Twitter will provide you a number on which you can update your status.
Step 3) – Save this number in your contacts by the name of “Twitter”, if your iPhone isn’t allowing you to save that number by the name, “Twitter” than you can choose any other name.
Step 4) – After saving that number, launch Siri and say “Send Twitter a message”, “My iPhone 4S is awesome”
Viola! You have successfully tweeted using Siri on your iPhone 4S. Well… actually, Siri sent a text message to the number provided by Twitter, and this text is automatically posted on your Twitter time line. In this way, you can tweet using Siri, but as for replying to Direct Messages and tweets… We can’t help you with that until a Cydia tweak is created (when the iPhone 4S is Jailbroken).