Ever since Siri Proxy came along, the world of jailbroken iDevices has changed. There are a n increasing number of plugins being developed especially for Siri Proxy, and none of them will make you disappointed. There are two new plugins for Siri Proxy, developed by the lone developer Ian McDowell. The developer has also demoed the two plugins on a video, which is embedded later on in the post.
So, to begin with, one of two plugins for Siri Proxy can be used to open and control Mac apps. I’m talking about the software you have installed on you Mac computer. If you are thinking you can use Siri Proxy on your iPhone to use it as a remote controller for your Mac with this plugin, you are not drunk. That is exactly why this plugin has been designed. This has to be awesome, even for Apple. Will we see this in the next Siri or iOS 5 update that Apple will seed? I do not think so. But you have to agree, this is awesome.
The next one is a plugin for Siri Proxy for using Google’s telephony app on your iPhone, the Google Voice app. Siri supports a very less number of third party apps on the iPhone 4S. But the iPhone 4 doesn’t support Siri at all. That is in Apple’s world. But in the jailbreaking world, nothing is impossible. It is nice to see how just one plugin can change the world around.
You can use your Google Voice app with Sir Proxy. You have call this awesome, because it is. Anyway, watch the video and enjoy.
And in case you are a developer and wondering how this can be done, one clue is, anything that can be done using AppleScript, can be made to happen and react to Siri commands. Debug it now.