Siri converts your spoken tweet into text, and then automatically tweets your message on Twitter.
For avid Twitter users, nothing could be more convenient than being able to speak your tweets instead of having to login and type your message by hand. Sireet, a Cydia tweak for jailbroken iPhones (and iPads), does just that, and makes the process of sending tweets as effortless as possible.
So how does Sireet work? Siri converts your spoken tweet into text, and then automatically tweets your message on Twitter. To use it, you merely open Siri and say “Tweet (something).” Siri will make a chirp noise when the task is completed.
The standard Siri is a bit lazy, and refuses to do all but the simplest of tasks, but Sireet turns Siri into a lean, mean, tweeting machine.
The only thing lacking is the ability to do hash tags (I tried, as you can see below), but it’s a small price to pay for the convenience Sireet offers.
So where do you find it? With the your jailbroken iPhone or iPad in hand (guide), navigate to the Cydia app and search for “Sireet”; download, install, and “respring” your device when you’re done.
If you haven’t already jailbroken your iPhone or iPad by now then perhaps Sireet just might be the reason you’ve been looking for. There’s an easy-to-follow guide here at ZeroPaid that only takes a few minutes to complete, and requires minimal computer experience.
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