Sound Recognition shortcuts

Activates the Sound Recognition feature of iOS that lets your device alert you of specific noises. This will turn the feature on, but you have to select the specific sounds in Settings or using the Add Recognized Sound action.

Activates the Sound Recognition feature on the current device, listening for any sounds set up in Settings or using the Add Recognized Sound action.

Uses the Set Sound Recognition action to “Pause” the feature and stop the current device from listening anymore, mimicking the Control Center toggle.

Uses multiple versions of the Set Recognized Sound action to turn every different sound off, enabling you to reactivate just the ones you need.

Turns on the sound recognizer on the current device for Smoke Alarms, Appliances, and Water Running, then uses Control Home to turn on the kitchen lights.

Activates the Sound Recognition feature in Accessibility settings to alert if the current device hears shouting.

Turns on the Sound Recognition feature new to iOS 14 that uses your device microphone to listen for Appliances.

Activates the sound recognizer for Appliances and Water Running, alerting you to sounds like your laundry machine or dryer beeping when it’s finished with a cycle (and hopefully not any water spilling anywhere).

Turns on the Sound Recognition feature found in Accessibility settings to listen for noise from Appliances.

Activates the Sound Recognizer feature new to iOS 14 that sends notifications to your device if hears smoke alarms going off.