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    Getting Siri for Android
    MaryKateLols posted:
    Getting Siri for Android is right now conceivable paying little heed to the way that you don't have an iPhone, or any Apple contraption so far as that is concerned. Our gathering here at CSGWorks have made an excellent application doled out to Android customers, allowing you to use Siri without the use of any Apple contraption (i.e iPhones). This application takes a shot at ALL android contraptions, no convincing motivation to ROOT them either. This application is great.

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    In light of current circumstances, after various months of industrious work here at the CSGWorks home office, the gathering finally made sense of how to get it just right. The application works through the iOS ROM, which has been based from the first iPhone application. On the other hand, the iOS ROM was deciphered into the android tongue. We essentially changed the setup remembering the finished objective to meet the requirements of the android application, achieving a flawless Siri Android App!

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