Can I send WhatsApp messages without typing? Yes, this is thanks to the advanced speech recognition support that users have on their Android phones and iPhones. Before you are ready to WhatsApp to send you a message, you may need to configure some settings without typing. This feature comes in handy when you cannot physically access your Android or iOS device but are nearby. You can also use the voice assistant on your phone to read new WhatsApp messages. However, it requires additional permissions.

Since 2015, Google Assistant has introduced a feature that allows you to send WhatsApp messages by voice. In 2016, Apple also introduced Siri to a third-party messaging application used by WhatsApp shortly after the official release of iOS 10.

How to send WhatsApp messages without typing in Android

Before you start to understand the steps of how to send WhatsApp messages without typing in an Android device, make sure you are using the latest WhatsApp version. You also need to the latest version of Google Assistant on your phone. You can manually check for updates from Google Play.

  1. go Popular settings Tap your profile picture in the upper right of the Google Assistant, then scroll down to Personal results. Turn on that feature.

  2. Say “Hey Google” or “OK ​​Google” to activate the voice assistant.

  3. Now you can say “send a WhatsApp message to…” and include the name of the contact you want to send a WhatsApp message to.

  4. The Google Assistant will now ask you to tell the message you want to send via WhatsApp. You need to reply to your message in a clear voice.

  5. You can now just say “OK, send” to let the Google Assistant send your message without you having to type on the screen.

It’s important to note that the Google Assistant may not ask for your permission to send a message, but will send it to the contact you have sent the message to. You also need to enable Google Assistant to use it without unlocking your phone for a complete hands-free experience.You can do Popular settings > Lock screen.

How to send WhatsApp messages without typing in iOS

Below are the steps required to start sending WhatsApp messages without typing on iOS. This experience is for users of iOS 10.3 and later.

  1. go set up > Siri and Then open Listen to “Hey Siri”.
  2. Scroll down and tap WeChat Then enable Use with Ask Siri Activate Siri integration.
  3. You can now say “Hey Siri! Send a WhatsApp message to…” followed by the name of the contact you want to send the message to.
  4. Siri will ask you what you want to send. Then you can tell the assistant the message you want to send to the contact.
  5. Now, a preview of your message will be displayed on your iPhone screen. Siri will also read it for you.
  6. Siri will ask you if you are ready to send a message. If you are okay with the text, you can say “Yes” to send your message to your contact via WhatsApp.
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If you are accessing WhatsApp via voice commands on an iOS device for the first time, you need to Siri to access your WhatsApp data. Sometimes, Siri also fails to work with WhatsApp and gives an error message: “Sorry, something went wrong. Please try again.”


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