How often do you use Siri, the iPhone 4S voice-operated personal assistant?

How often do you use Siri, the iPhone 4S voice-operated personal assistant?
It has been four months now since you had the chance to first try Apple's new baby - the Siri voice-controlled personal assistant beta app that launched together with the iPhone 4S.

In the meantime Siri received somewhat of a cult status and we stopped even counting its mentions in the media and the video skits - some positive, some sarcastic, some outright hilarious - in which it appeared. 

Some clips were improvised, like that of Robin Williams, some were prepped to bring attention towards working conditions in China like the one of John Stewart, and some were downright snarky, like Bill Maher's Valentine's Day tips from Siri. There's also the good laughs we get every time a video appears where Siri struggles with thick accents. Not to mention that ever since the iPhone 4S got jailbroken, a number of apps that enhance and build on Siri's capabilities popped up, and they are multiplying by the day. 

All this hubbub fine and dandy, but do people actually use Siri in their daily routine? Now that the dust has settled and the initial excitement is tapering off, we were wondering if you find it indispensable, only use it from time to time, or barely acknowledge it exists on your phone. Sound off in the poll below if you have an iPhone 4S, and tell us how would you like to see Siri develop in its next iterations.

How often do you use Siri, the iPhone 4S voice-operated personal assistant?

I use it almost daily
23.79%
Siri became much more useful for me after the Cydia tweaks
6.25%
I use it every now and then, often just to demonstrate it
29.12%
The touchscreen is enough for me, thanks
40.84%

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