With the release of iOS 14.3, Siri has acquired new capabilities that include animal or different acoustic sound. You can ask him, “Hey Siri, how does _ sound?” And it will start making the sound you want. If you are an iPhone or iPad user, Siri will show you the picture as well. It is true that Google Assistant has had a similar feature for several years, but now it is available for iPhone, iPad and HomePod as well.
Apple did not specify how many types of voices were added to the voice assistant, but Siri can provide the majority of animal voices. At this point, sounds seem to be limited to animals, cars, and musical instruments. Some users have tried to ask Siri to issue nature sounds, such as thunder or waterfall, but Siri has unfortunately failed.
Interestingly, Siri has samples of different breeds of dogs, so you will be able to understand how the English Mastiff sounds compared to Shih Tzu. Obviously there are a few things to which Siri has no answer, in some cases, for example, if you ask him how a human voice sounds, he will not even try to make a similar sound.
You can ask Siri how it emits sounds, similar functions if you have children, to help you visualize topics of interest to children. Often, when children read how animals make noises, some people think that Melia’s voice resembles the screams of people. Using Siri you will be able to see for yourself.