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Hey Siri, why can't I use you on more apps?

  MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — Hey Siri, why can’t I use you on more apps? Last summer, Apple was busy advertising its latest move to beef up Siri, the personal digital assistant for the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers. For the first time, Apple said, developers would be able to use Siri with our favorite apps, thus promising a brighter future for the heavily used, but often maligned, voice computing tool. “Siri,” Apple said in September, when the latest iOS mobile operating system was released, “works with your favorite apps from the App Store.” But fast forward to today, and it turns out few app makers have taken the bait. Of the top 50 most downloaded apps in Apple’s App Store, only a handful are fully functional with Siri, a ...