Shortcuts, also called iOS shortcuts or Siri shortcuts, simplify tasks and even perform ones that your iPhone doesn't have a built-in app for, like converting images or downloading Twitter videos.
Follow these solutions if a specific shortcut or all shortcuts do not work on your iPhone or iPad.
Shortcuts, by their very name, are intended to perform a task or set of actions quickly. You can run a shortcut from the iPhone, iPad, or Mac Shortcuts app. But here are some handy ways to cut down this extra step and run a shortcut immediately.
In this brief, fun tutorial, we show you how you can create a beautiful flashlight shortcut on the Home Screen of your iPhone, iPad Pro, or iPad mini (6th generation). But first, let's talk about why you might want to do this.
We previously showed you the steps to automatically open your favorite websites without a single click when you turn on your Mac. In this brief tutorial, let us add some music to this.
Here's how to use the Shortcuts app to automatically play your desired playlist when you turn on your Mac.
If you enjoy using the Shortcuts app on your iPhone for setting up quick actions, then you’re in luck! On Apple Watch you can use some of the same shortcuts and turn them into complications.
For things like letting family know your ETA, playing a playlist, or even setting a laundry timer, leave your iPhone on the table and tap your Watch instead.
Siri Suggestions widget has been a part of the iPhone since iOS 14. It can dynamically suggest apps or shortcuts on the Home Screen of your iPhone or iPod touch that you may want to use next, based on usage and your personal patterns.
In this tutorial, we explain how to have Siri intelligence dynamically curate your apps and show suggested actions right on your iPhone Home Screen.
The dream of the self-lacing shoe has been in place for quite some time, and a goal that companies like Nike have been working on for years. While there have been ideas and implementations, we're not quite there to having a self-lacing shoe be the standard out there in the wild. But Nike is at least bringing Siri and Apple Watch support into the mix right now.
With the power of iOS automation, you can open a different app when you tap the app icon of another app. Confused? It's pretty awesome and useful for several cases.
Wouldn't it be great if your shortcuts could run on an automatic schedule, in the background, without any further intervention on your part? Cronios makes that possible by bringing some impressive scheduling powers to your iOS automation scripts.
Apple's not made distributing scripts for its Shortcuts app particularly easy as there's no central repository where people could upload and share their own shortcuts with everyone else.
When it comes to movies and TV shows, popular streaming services offer more content than you could ever watch in a lifetime. Hence, finding the very best movies and TV shows is essential. If you've ever struggled to pick what to watch on Netflix or Amazon Prime, this handy shortcut lets you effortlessly find the best movies streaming on those services.
Making the Control Center interface modular was perhaps one of the greatest things Apple ever did to improve the iOS experience. On the other hand, Apple left a few things out of the interface from the start and hasn’t yet opened the platform to third-party developers for custom toggles and shortcuts. With that in mind, it certainly pays off to have a jailbreak.
A new jailbreak tweak called Modulus by iOS developer LaughingQuoll brings a slew of new third-party modules to the Control Center interface, and at first glance, each of the new modules seem to be rather impressive.