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iOS 14.5 allows you to set a default music app for Siri

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iOS 14.5 is only in the beta phase, but brings interesting Features with himself. Another innovation concerns Siri.

As many probably know, you currently have to add the streaming service with “... on Apple Music” to phrases like “Hey Siri, play WTF Do I Know by Miley Cyrus”. This is often okay, but it could also be easier. With iOS 14.5, Apple is now introducing a simplification for this command. If you ask Siri to play a song with a certain service after the update to the new version of the operating system, the selection will be saved for the future. If you do not name the service, you get a list of all installed music apps, which you have to choose from instead.

iOS 14.5 Siri

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The feature is probably not yet fully developed. It can still happen that the command is not recognized correctly or that Apple Music is then used as the standard again. In any case, Apple still has plenty of time to improve the functionality. iOS 14.5 will most likely not be released before March.


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