For the first time, existing Audible credits can be applied to books from within the iOS app – no bouncing out to the website required.
Jason Snell, giving an overview of Shortcuts in iOS 13 for Six Colors: Shortcuts just got a lot more useful if you use Siri, too. You can now create interactive Shortcuts that can ask questions and accept text input, especially useful if you’re not able to look at a screen because you’re using AirPods or…
Alex and Matthew talk about the close of the beta season – and the close of the show.
Matthew hosts special guest Julia Skott – quite literally in his home. Julia’s all about Android, but uses an iPad and Mac, so the two have a lot to talk about. Plus Julia is just amazing.
Writing for iMore about the keyboard shortcuts available to the Shortcuts app on iPad (or iPhone, if you’re cool like that). Plus, I made a wishlist for full keyboard control in the future.
Sharing a quick video I produced in fall of last year – how to make animated GIFs on your iPhone in just a few minutes. Plus, I want your feedback.
In another guest appearance on the iPad Pros podcast, Tim Chaten had me on to talk all about the next version of Shortcuts that is built into iOS 13. (Make sure to listen to episodes 41 & 42 for last year’s recap as well).
While Alex was away, Matthew interviewed developer Greg Pierce, creator of Drafts and the x-callback-url spec that kicked off deeper interest in iOS automation.
My friend Brian Matiash was kind enough to have me on his photography podcast—the No Name Photo Show—to talk Siri Shortcuts.
After a few weeks, Alex & Matthew are back to talk about the beta experiences so far. Matthew hung out in Apple Business Chat, Alex gets excited about Automation triggers, and everyone is assigned a book for summer reading.