Walmart Shoppers Can Now Make Voice Orders Via Siri

Posted: Nov 12 2019, 9:32pm CST | by , in Technology News


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Walmart shoppers can now make voice orders via Siri

Walmart is challenging Amazon's Alexa voice ordering.

U.S. retail giant Walmart is introducing a new grocery ordering service that has already been available at its rival, Amazon, for quite some time.

Walmart said customers will now have the option to add items to their Walmart Online Grocery Cart by asking Siri to do so. The company has partnered with Apple to make this possible.

To enable Walmart Voice Order via Siri, a customer only has to pair their Walmart accounts with Siri and start ordering items directly by voice command.

The service will be accessible on an iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac, HomePod or in the car with CarPlay. This way, customers can make grocery orders even while they're driving.

By simply saying, "Hey Siri, Add to Walmart," customers can start naming grocery items and add them directly to their Walmart Online Grocery Cart. The feature will also adapt to customers' usual orders. If a customer says, "add orange juice to my cart," Siri will add the specific orange juice that the customer buys regularly without having to say the brand.

After placing an order, Walmart associates will start gathering the items for the customer. Shoppers can choose to either pick up their orders from their nearest Walmart store or to have their groceries delivered directly to their homes.

Just last month, Walmart started rolling out InHome Delivery, a new service that allows customers to have their groceries delivered straight to their refrigerators at home.

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