Use Siri on Apple Watch
Useful Siri commands
Siri can perform tasks and deliver answers right on your Apple Watch. With watchOS 6, you can ask Siri to identify a song and get an instant Shazam result. You can also ask Siri a general question and Apple Watch displays the first few search results along with a brief excerpt from each page. Just tap Open Page to view the page on Apple Watch. Try asking Siri to do things that usually take you a couple of steps.
Ask Siri. Say something like:
“Start a 30-minute outdoor run”
“Tell Kathleen I’m almost finished”
“Open the Heart Rate app”
“What song is this?”
“What causes rainbows?”
“What kinds of things can I ask you?”
Interact with Siri
To make a request to Siri, do any of the following:
Raise your wrist and speak into your Apple Watch.
To turn off the Raise To Speak feature, open Settings on your Apple Watch, tap Siri, then turn off Raise to Speak.
Say “Hey Siri” followed by your request.
To turn off “Hey Siri,” open Settings on your Apple Watch, tap Siri, then turn off Listen for “Hey Siri.”
Tap the Siri button on the Siri watch face.
Press and hold the Digital Crown until you see the listening indicator at the bottom of the screen, then speak your request and release the Digital Crown.
To turn off the Press Digital Crown feature, open Settings on your Apple Watch, tap Siri, then turn off Press Digital Crown.
Tip: After you ask Siri something, you can lower your wrist. You’ll feel a tap when Siri has a response.
To reply to a question from Siri or to continue the conversation, hold down the Digital Crown and speak.
On Apple Watch Series 3 or later, Siri can speak responses to you, as it does on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. You can also hear Siri through a Bluetooth headset or speakers connected to Apple Watch.
Note: To use Siri, Apple Watch must be connected to the Internet. Cellular charges may apply.
For more information, see the Apple Support article Use Siri on your Apple Watch.