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watchOS 3.2 enables Apple Watch apps to integrate Siri features
In addition to highlighting a new Theater Mode in watchOS 3.2, Apple yesterday announced that the upcoming software update will also enable support for Siri in third-party Apple Watch apps. As you probably know by now, the SiriKit framework made its debut in iOS 10.
It's an officially sanctioned way for developers to enrich their apps for messaging, payments, ride-booking, workouts, calling and searching photos with Siri interactions.
With SiriKit support in watchOS 3.2, developers can add spoken commands to Apple Watch apps to let users ask the personal assistant on their wrist to do things like book a ride, send a message, make a payment or accomplish other supported tasks.
Because the public version of watchOS currently does not support SiriKit, users are currently unable to invoke Siri on their wrist-worn device and ask her to, say, call their boss on WhatsApp, find kitten images on Pinterest, hail an Uber and do other things that Siri can do on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with iOS 10 or later.