With more than 2 billion users worldwide, Meta-owned instant messaging software WhatsApp is among the most popular of its kind.
You can communicate with your family members and friends by sending them messages, making video calls, and sharing photos and videos with them.
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Have you ever been in a scenario where you didn’t feel like typing to reply to a message or make calls? If so, how often does this happen to you? Or maybe you’re driving or doing an activity that requires both hands and, as a result, you can’t access your smartphone to reply to a certain message.
Don’t worry. There is a solution for WhatsApp that allows users to send messages and make calls via WhatsApp hands-free. It achieves this by using the voice assistant that is installed on your smartphone. Please note that for this method to work, you must first unlock your smartphone. If your smartphone is locked, it won’t work. I’m sorry. Let’s start with Android smartphones.
How to send WhatsApp messages without writing on Android?
You must have the Google Assistant enabled on your Android phone to send a message via WhatsApp without picking up your phone. To do this, go to Settings and then click on the Apps option. Tap on the Assistant button after scrolling down. If the Toggle was off, turn it back on. To use the Google Assistant, you must first say “Ok Google” to activate it.
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Once you’re done, you can activate the voice assistant on your smartphone by saying “Ok Google.” After that, you have the option to ask the Google Assistant to send a message to an individual or group conversation.
How to send WhatsApp messages without writing on iOS?
To get started: put Siri to work on your iPhone by activating it. To do this, navigate to Settings, then tap Siri & Search, and then select Listen for ‘Hey Siri’ from the menu that appears. Put the switch in the on position.
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Now, navigate to Apps and find WhatsApp by scrolling down. Just give it a tap, then toggle on the switch that says “Use with Ask Siri.” When you’re done, you can use your Apple iPhone to send messages and make hands-free calls. You can start by saying to Siri, “Hey, send a message to…” as the first thing you say.
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