How to Send WhatsApp Messages Without Typing on Android and iPhone


WhatsApp users love the instant messaging app because of its ease of use. The conventional way to interact with a phone, especially chat apps like WhatsApp, is through a keyboard. But as mobile operating systems progressed to include more accessibility, users had more than one way to do it. I’m talking about talking on the phone to do things. At its head are digital voice assistants and WhatsApp supports them. It’s Google Assistant on Android and Siri on iPhone. Also Read – WhatsApp Hacks: How To See People’s Status Without Notifying Them

Now that I told you that you don’t have to type anymore to do things on your phone, let’s talk about the part where you can send WhatsApp messages without typing. It’s a simple and mostly similar process for Android and iOS.

How to Send WhatsApp Messages Without Typing on Android

On your Android phone, you have Google Assistant, which helps you do several things with a simple voice command. It is the same feature that will allow you to send a WhatsApp message without typing.

– Open the Google app on your phone and tap your profile picture in the top right corner

– Go to Settings, then tap Google Assistant

– Alternatively, you can just say “Hey, Google” to summon the Google Assistant on your phone screen

— Now you need to say “Send a WhatsApp message to [contact’s name]”

– You need to make sure that the name you took is entered in your phone contacts

– Google Assistant will now ask you what message you want to send

— Just speak the message and Google will recognize it

— Google Assistant will now ask you to confirm if you want to send this message, to which you must say “yes”

— Your WhatsApp message to the chosen contact will be sent

How to send WhatsApp messages without typing on iPhone

The process is the same as Android, but instead of Google Assistant, the digital assistant at your service is Siri.

– On your iPhone, enable the “Hey, Siri” feature by navigating to settings, then tapping on the section where it says “Siri”.

– Alternatively, you can program the power button to trigger Siri with a long press

– Say “Hey, Siri”, followed by the phrase “Send a WhatsApp message to [contact’s name]”

— You need to make sure the contact is stored in your iPhone contacts library

— Siri will ask you for the message you want to send and you will have to declare it

– You’ll see the message you asked Siri to send, followed by a confirmation call from Siri

– Tell Siri to send this message and your message will be sent to the contact without you having to type

— An advantage on iOS is that the chat appears on the screen after sending the message using Siri

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