The Unofficial Siri Handbook: The Essential Reference for Your iPhone 4S

The Unofficial Siri Handbook: The Essential Reference for Your iPhone 4S

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by GadChick
     
 
If you have an iPhone 4S, then chances are Siri is slowly becoming an important part of your mobile life. You have learned the basics, but Siri's vocabulary is quickly evolving and expanding, and there's likely a lot you had no idea you could do with it. Don't sweat it, GadChick has you covered with The Unofficial Siri Handbook.

This short eBook will show you

Overview

If you have an iPhone 4S, then chances are Siri is slowly becoming an important part of your mobile life. You have learned the basics, but Siri's vocabulary is quickly evolving and expanding, and there's likely a lot you had no idea you could do with it. Don't sweat it, GadChick has you covered with The Unofficial Siri Handbook.

This short eBook will show you key phrases you should know, and even how to add a :-) into a Siri message.

When you finish reading, stop by GadChick.com where you can read our free online magazine and blog posts.

Please Note:
This book is intended on being free; unfortunately some retailers set their own prices. If you are paying for this book, please consider downloading it on iPod / iPhone / iPad instead. It will remain free on those devices through the Apple bookstore. GadChick cannot set the price to free. We are sorry for this. Read more from GadChick at GadChick.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013509849
Publisher:
GadChick Books
Publication date:
11/22/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
16 KB

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The Unofficial Siri Handbook: The Essential Reference for Your iPhone 4S 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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AngelAnn68 More than 1 year ago
This "book" is short and sweet but thorough and easy to understand. I'd recommend it.