SiriProxy Adds Custom Commands To Siri

GitHub user plamoni has created a means to add custom commands to Siri, including the ability to control your thermostat at home with no jailbreak required.Using a proxy server to filter Siri requests, he set up a means to add custom commands of any type. The process isn’t easy and requires you to create a DNS server on your own network as well as generate and install a few certificates, but his walkthrough makes it as simple as possible. A few plugins have already been added to the GitHub page, including a Twitter plugin and a hockey scores search. Hit up the link below to download all the necessary files and get a full guide to setting it up yourself.

SiriProxy [GitHub via iPhone Hacks]

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