71 results for "Navigation" shortcuts.
Astrology - Zodiac signs
This shortcut allows you to know Zodiac signs and Astrology signs meaning and characteristics in details. Daily/Monthly horoscopes too. By clicking on your zodiac sign you can see your complete zodiac profile, the element to which you belong and the planets that rule your zodiac sign!
Get Direction on Apple Maps from Google Maps Place
While you're browsing a place on Google maps, maybe you'd like have the better direction experience on Apple maps? This shortcut can help you go directly from Google Maps to Apple Maps in a second. (Instructions: Just tap the share button on Google Maps, and tap this shortcut. Note: Make share you've selected a place.)
Check Review on Google Maps from Apple Maps
While you're browsing a place on your default maps, maybe you'd like to learn the reviews on Google maps, this can help you go directly from Apple Maps to Google Maps in a second. (Instructions: Just tap the share button on Apple Maps, and tap this shortcut.)
Hit the Road
Inspired by the original “Hit the Road” by Aaron Nesting, this shortcut will automatically: 1) Disable your Wi-Fi 2a) IF you have a calendar event today, give you event details, travel time, and map directions 2b) OTHERWISE, ask you where you want to go, use your voice-dictated input, and give you map directions 3) Start the Spotify playlist “Discover Weekly”
Hit the Road
Get in the car and hit the road, this shortcut: - disables Wi-Fi - IF you have a calendar event: tells you the event time and travel time, and shows you map directions - OTHERWISE: asks you where you want to go, uses your voice dictation, and shows you map directions - starts playing your music Note: the “play music” step sometimes glitches on the first try, but should work on the second try or if your music app is open in the background
Save your favorite locations, places you want to explore, parking lots that have free parking, or really any location you want. It keeps the locations address, coordinates, tags to search for, and notes about the location. You can edit some of the information at any time. Don’t want people messing with your locations? Set up a password to protect them! Choose which tabs you want to password protect or which can be available to a friend using your phone. Keep in mind, the password is a deterrent, anyone with sufficient shortcuts knowledge could get passed it if they wanted. Always trust the people you lend your phone too! Open your location in Google Maps or Copy the Address to your clipboard. This shortcut should suite you well if you want to save your locations in your own personal data, rather than let the big guys know what places you are interested in. iLocate, Explore. Play. Remember where you are.
Saves a GPS Pin or navigates to a previously saved GPS Pin. These GPS Pins are saved to your calendar. You can either run the shortcut again to see a list of GPS Pins to navigate to or go to the calendar entry to navigate to the desired GPS Pin. There is also an option to see all of the GPS Pin locations in Google Earth. By default only the GPS Pins created in the past 12 months are shown.
Let’s Go! Conditional driving Shortcut
This will pull up your calendar and determine if anything in your day is coming up. It then pulls the location of that event and with Siri’s voice tells you about your commute (eta, name of event, arrival time, and weather conditions) pulls up navigation, then plays audio. If you don’t have anything on your calendar, it will navigate home. If you are home and have nothing, it just plays audio 🙂 Use case? CAR PLAY AUTOMATIONS BABY! Just plug in your phone and go! Or, if you are poor like me, use an NFC tag in your car mount for your phone 🙂 either works well! Set up is simple. The import questions take care of most of this. Just make sure your calendar has events with locations on a map. There is a single configuration to an “if” condition that requires you go inside and modify. Just follow the directions and you will be good to go! I would love people to try this and give feed back. This is version 1.1.0, and has room to grow including iMessageing people your eta. Also, I know there is a redundancy, (sort of) this redundancy is just get it to play something if you are at home and have nothing coming up but you are going to drive somewhere. This way, if you don’t have your calendar updated, it can still service you 🙂
How annoying is it to save your car's location so you don't get lost in the city? With Pollicino you can do this really easily. In the first step, save the position and in the second step brings you back to the position of your car. To use this shortcut correctly, you must have an Evernote account.