A few days ago, we told you about plamoni’s Siri Proxy , a proxy server which allows developers to easily add functionality to Siri. The main example for Siri Proxy is a plugin to control a thermostat with Siri. If that’s not impressive enough, another developer by the name of Brandon Fiquett, has created a ruby plugin for Siri Proxy which allows him to control his car using Siri.
Today we’re telling you about FastPdfKit Reader, the first Siri controlled iOS app…
FastPdfKit Reader is manipulated by various commands with SiriProxy acting in the middle. A plugin is used to add new commands to the ones recognized by Siri, and finally, the proxy then sends the final commands to the app. Those hoping to get hacking will find a complete list of instructions here.