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New jailbreak tweak - JpgToSiri, as the name implies, adds the ability to search photos through Siri. You can simply ask Siri to show you a photo of anything, and a random JPEG image will appear right within the conversation. Not just that, users can even save the images to their camera roll, or share them with friends.
After you have successfully installed JpgToSiri, launch Siri and you will be able to use the tweak straight away. To see the photo of any object, just say “Show me a picture of” followed by the object’s name. Siri will respond with “Here is a picture of…,” and the image will show up. To make the tweak even more useful, the image comes with several options. You might not be able to see the options at first glance, and have to launch them by tapping the green bar at the bottom of the photo (it will be saying Tap Here). This bar brings up several options related to photos. From the options menu, users can copy the displayed image to clipboard, copy its link or open and view it in Safari. However, the most useful option available here is the save to camera roll one, which lets you download the photo to your iDevice.
JpgToSiri is a free tweak, and doesn’t seem to have any negative impact upon Siri’s performance. You can download it from the BigBoss repo in the Cydia store.