How to Use Siri to Send Money via PayPal on iPhone

iOS 10 has come up with amazing feature and facilities for iPhone and iPad users. Among many useful features of iOS 10, Siri has captured special attention of iPhone users. With Siri, they can perform many tasks easily by sending a voice commands to Siri.

I particularly like the way I can send an email using Siri on iPhone. But this one (as mentioned in the title) is quite unique in its own right.

Now a step ahead, Siri can help you send money with PayPal on iPhone. This feature is helpful to business persons, who need to transfer money in PayPal accounts of people connected with their business.

The method is pretty simple as you have to send an order to your personal assistant about how much money you want to send and to a person. The obedient Siri will take your order; before you command Siri, you need to set up PayPal account on iPhone.

How to to Transfer Fund Via PayPal Using Siri in iOS 10.2 on iPhone

Step #1: Download the latest version of PayPal app from App store and setup on your iPhone.

Step #2: Now press and hold Home button on your iPhone to invoke Siri.

Step #3: Next, instruct Siri to ‘Send $50 to (name of person).

For example, if you want to send me $50 (accept many thanks from me), you can tell Siri ‘Send $50 to Jayesh.

Hey Siri Send Dollar 50 to Jayesh Via Paypal

Step #4: Siri needs access to your PayPal data; tap on OK button when Siri asks ‘PayPal Would Like to Access Your Contacts’.

Allow Siri to Access Your Contacts

Step #5: Next, choose the email id or mobile number of the contact you need to send money to.

Select ID on which you want to transfer funds via paypal on iPhone

Step #6: Finally, tap Send button to confirm your action.

It is done! This new facility is compatible in more than 30 countries like Australia, Austria, Belgium (French and Dutch), Brazil, Canada (English and French), China, Denmark, Finland (Finnish), France, Germany, Hong Kong (Cantonese), India, Israel (Hebrew), Italy, Japan, Malaysia (Malay), Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia (Arabic), Singapore (English), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland (French, German, and Italian), Thailand, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates (Arabic), and the United States.

Siri offers multiple benefits to iPhone and iPad users. Just give it proper commands and it will execute your instructions carefully. If you are new to iOS eco-system, you need to set up Siri and select the language you want to use to interact with this personal assistant.

Siri is best used when you are on the way to some destination. Use Google app while you are travelling; ask Siri to call or send iMessage to a contact.

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