Apple has rolled out a new version of its popular iPhone app called Siri, allowing you to ask the AI-powered voice assistant to perform a variety of tasks.
The app will be free to download on iPhone and iPad, but the developers are looking to raise $50,000 for a more expensive version.
The app is also available for Windows PCs.
Users can ask Siri to “tell me more about the nightlife in New York City,” “listen to music in a different genre,” and “tell Siri to take a photo of your face.”
The app also lets users search for a new date or group of people to meet, and can also ask Siri “to take a picture of a friend.”
While it’s not an entirely new feature, the Siri app has been one of the more popular in recent years, and the developers have been trying to find a way to make the app even more useful.
Apple says the Siri feature will be available in the App Store on Tuesday.