Build Siri media experiences for the home

SiriKit Media Intents let people summon content from your music and audio apps with a simple “Hey Siri.” Enjoying a hands-free audio experience through Siri isn’t only more convenient — in many situations, it can be a safer and more accessible experience for people who want to use your app.

Whether you’re building an app for iPhone, iPad, Mac, HomePod, or Apple TV, we’ll show you how to design hands-free interactions with Siri using natural language, provide context and alternative suggestions for your responses, implement SiriKit into your app, and debug your intent using the same methods Apple’s own Siri team employs.

While you need no prior knowledge of SiriKit to get started with SiriKit Media Intents for your app, you can learn more about SiriKit in “Siri, Shortcuts, and SiriKit.”

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Expand your SiriKit Media Intents to more platforms

Discover how you can enable Siri summoning for your music or audio app using SiriKit Media Intents. We’ll walk you through how to add Siri support to your music, podcast, or other audio service on more of our platforms, including HomePod and Apple TV, so people can start listening by just asking...

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Design high quality Siri media interactions

Demystify the art of designing Siri experiences for your music and audio apps: We’ll show you how to think about crafting great interactions and how you can provide custom vocabulary so that Siri can respond with more accuracy and personality. We’ll also explain how you can debug common errors...

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Decipher and deal with common Siri errors

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