You may have set up Screen Time for your kids on iOS to limit the apps they can use and when. And of course, you can use the Screen Time feature for your child on Mac to restrict certain websites and apps too. But have you considered limiting your own usage with Screen Time?
This is a handy way to restrict the time you spend on your iPhone or iPad. However, with Screen Time on Mac, you can limit yourself, so you aren’t drawn to play instead of work.
If you work from a home office, staying focused on your work can be difficult. With temptations like social media, games, or emails, you can easily see a notification and be lured from what you’re doing. Before you know it, a few minutes of non-work can turn into hours of it.
We’re here to help you concentrate on your work by showing you how to use Screen Time limits on Mac for yourself.
Everyone could use a little help now and then. And when it comes to taking care of things around the house, an extra hand eases the load. With the Shortcuts app and some great shortcuts to go with it, that helping hand is here for you.
Many people, including myself, reach for their iPhone after waking up every morning to check their missed notifications and catch up on their favorite app(s). But how would you like it if your iPhone knew what you wanted to do every morning and prepared that information before you ever woke up?
A new jailbreak tweak dubbed Good Morning by iOS developer Justin Proulx is a brilliant first step in this direction.
The Automator tool on Mac might be intimidating to some users, but it can be a very handy app. You can create automated workflows, actions, or applications that help you perform tedious tasks. Along with that, there are some tasks you can do with it that are just plain neat.
Here are 10 cool things you can do with Mac Automator.
Siri Shortcuts Suggestions are set to arrive on iOS 12 in just a few days. However, if you're using an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you're out of luck. The new capabilities won't be available for iPhones produced in 2014 or earlier, according to Apple's Craig Federighi (via Reddit).
In iOS 12, Apple introduces Siri Shortcuts, which lets you pair your daily routines with third-party apps. Better still, Siri learns your habits and make suggestions based on that knowledge.
Workflow, the automation app Apple acquired last March, has been updated to version 1.7.8 with additional features and enhancements.
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Workflow, the powerful iOS automation app that Apple acquired in March, has brought back a few features that were originally removed from the software following the Apple deal while adding updated Apple Music actions.
In Workflow 1.7.4 for iPhone and iPad, users can now create workflows using actions specifically designed for Google's Chrome browser and the read-later app Pocket, which browser vendor Mozilla acquired in February.
With the updated Apple Music actions, Workflow fans can now add songs to their Up Next queue in the Music app. Another new action lets you clear the songs in the Up Next queue.
Additionally, Workflow's Get Distance actions has been updated with support for getting the distance from a specified location while the order of items passed from a Dictionary action to Choose from List is now preserved.
Here's everything new and fixed in Workflow 1.7.4:
Bug fixes and improvements
Restored the Google Chrome and Pocket actions
Add music to your Up Next queue with the Add Music to Up Next and Clear Up Next actions
Get Distance now supports getting the distance from a specified location
The order of items passed from a Dictionary action to Choose from List is now preserved
Fixed getting prices for books in Search iTunes Store
Fixed making archives with special characters in the filename on iOS 10.3 and later
Fixed an issue where workflow glyphs in the Today Widget may be stretched and cut off
Fixed an issue where latitude and longitude may be formatted incorrectly in international locales
Fixed an issue where .wflow files may fail to open on iOS 10.3 and later
Fixed an issue where improperly formatted URLs from Pinboard could cause Workflow to crash
Fixed an issue where booleans may not update when their value is changed inside dictionary fields
Fixed an issue where handing off clipboard content from the Today Widget or Action Extension may throw a “The file Clipboard could not be opened” error
Fixed an issue that could cause Workflow to crash on launch
Other bug fixes and minor additions
Apple has said that it will continue to push maintenance updates to Workflow, but no new user features will be added to the software. Today's update makes good on that promise.
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Apple's plans for Workflow are unclear at the moment. For what it's worth, any new features or major changes that could be in the works for the app should be formally announced at the company's annual conference for developers next month.
Workflow is available at no charge via App Store.
Apple in March 2017 purchased the powerful iOS automation app Workflow. Even though Workflow is now free and the company has refunded some of the users who have paid for the app, it seems that no new features will be coming to Workflow going forward. That's according to French blog iGeneration, which reported Thursday that the Workflow team's confirmed that the software will no longer be updated with new features.
Apple has acquired the powerful automation app Workflow, reports TechCrunch. The outlet received a statement from the developers, as well as Apple, confirming the deal, but the financial details are not yet known.
For those who aren't familiar with the app, Workflow is similar to the popular IFTTT service in that it allows you to create custom recipes to perform complex tasks. The app was designed by former jailbreak developers.
Popular iOS automation app Workflow received an update on Thursday that introduced a redesign across the app with a number of improvements. A redesigned onboarding system greets new users with a friendly introduction to the app, while the Gallery has received a number of additions for helping both Workflow newbies and veterans discover new flows.