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This simple trick will turn Siri into your very own Batcomputer
Photo via Brickset/Flickr (CC-BY)
Apple’s digital assistant Siri is apparently fluent in The Lego Batman Movie. If you trigger the program by saying, “Hey, ‘Puter,” or “Hey, computer” (like Batman does in the film), Siri will respond with phrases such as “How can I help you, Lego Batman?” and “Welcome home, sir. FYI, Robin is trying on costumes in the Batcave again. He’s doing some pirouettes in Batryshnikov.”
According to Mashable, here are some responses they got while testing the update:
You can only use Siri hands-free if you say, “Hey, Siri” first. So you have to hold down the home button on the Apple device to activate the Batcomputer mode.
For other fun Siri tricks, including references from Game of Thrones and Pokémon Go, visit Siri-isms.
Anastassia Gliadkovskaya is a lifestyle and politics reporter. Her work has been published by Empire State Tribune and Urban Watch magazine.