Apple has slowly opened up functionality for Siri, allowing the personal assistant to recognize songs, toggle settings off and on, make purchases, post to Facebook and Twitter, and much, much more.
While it's rumored that Siri's third-party app integration will expand in the near future, it's not exactly known when. With the AssistantLove 2 Beta jailbreak tweak, from the development team at Delta, you can add at least some third-party integration by allowing Siri to play music from Spotify.
Just make sure you have a jailbroken iOS 8 device before continuing.
AssistantLove 2 Beta is not currently available through any existing Cydia repos, since it's not full ready for primetime. Instead, you'll need to go to the Cydia application, find "Sources," tap "Edit," then "Add."
In the text box that appears, type in "getdelta.co," then tap on "Add Source." After a few seconds, a new source will appear called "Delta"—this is where the tweak is located.
Now "Install" AssistantLove 2 Beta, then tap on "Restart SpringBoard" so that your phone reboots and the tweak takes effect.
Now bring up Siri and issue a command to play a song from a certain artist. Once Siri recognizes the song (which was incredibly accurate for me), it will open up Spotify and play the song.
Note: Make sure you don't ask Siri to play a song you already have saved on your device, or else she'll play that version and not the one on Spotify.
If you have a paid GrooveShark account, you can also pull music from there if you don'y have Spotify.
The tweak didn't work 100% of the time; recognizing the song but not always playing it. Since this is a beta, this isn't all that surprising, but expect these issues to be fixed by the time it's officially released.
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