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Does what you think it does, takes text and translates it using Google Translate! The translated text will be presented and can then be saved to your clipboard 🙂 The Shortcut can also be used from other Google Translate Example Screenshot: http://www.brechtbakker.pl/translate/translate-example.png Features * Works seamlessly without showing the user a webpage * Translate any text into your favourite languages! * This Shortcut can be called from another Shortcut and will return the translated text seamlessly (examples below) Calling from another Shortcut * Shortcut: Basic Example: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/5146e647f702473482bcfdbd71546930) * Shortcut: Quickly translate to English and copy to Clipboard: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/ed75df6462fd4733a105959a6d1d6eef Notes * This Shortcut uses UpdateKit (2.0) (http://www.mikebeas.com/updatekit/) — A Shortcut for keeping shortcuts like these updated! * Credits to matheuss (https://github.com/matheuss) for his work, it helped me figure out how to get the Google Translate API working with this Shortcut
Get Public Transport
Using the power of Shortcuts and Google maps, this app uses Public transportation only to get you where you want to go to. Example type in Street Fontana Di Trevi and in City Rome and this instantly finds the way. I’m in the UK and it works all over Europe for me, but just as well in the UK. Give it a blast. Enjoy Tony Dudley
After testing several different network information shortcuts, I decided to merge some of them into one that's perfect for me (this is my first shortcut). It can do the following things: - Show information about Wi-Fi (name, internal and external IP) - Do a speed test (fast.com in integrated window) - Test ping (google.com) - Advanced information lookup (name, IP number, country, city, region and service provider) - IP’s physical location on map - Share Wi-Fi with QR code Credits: Network Details by @kseverin https://shareshortcuts.com/shortcuts/105-network-details.html No more secrets from your Wi-Fi by qweryuiop https://shortcutsgallery.com/shortcuts/no-more-secrets-from-your-wi-fi/ Network test by @deanlyoung https://shareshortcuts.com/shortcuts/68-network-test.html Network Details by Simon Stevens https://shortcutsgallery.com/shortcuts/network-details/
This shortcut allows you to know the latest beta of iOS, watchOS, tvOS & Homepod OS with a single click or by asking Siri. Please note that the shortcut is not made by me, but by Guilherme Rambo. My goal is not to steal his work, but just to finish it, because in its version, the shortcut gives you information only for iOS & watchOS. Get the original here to support him: https://sharecuts.app/users/_inside
This does what it says on the label - making it easier for you to order pizza, and get there as soon as it’s ready. When run, it will search your contacts to find any with the word pizza as the note. You’ll then be presented a list of those contacts, and you pick which one you’re going to call. Once the call is done, select from the list how soon it will be ready, then it will add a reminder for when you need to leave to pick it up on time. Comments are included in the shortcut so you can understand how it works, and make modifications accordingly - for another type of takeaway, different keywords to search for, the possibilities are endless. Enjoy,
Receipt/Document Scanner & Storage
If you have different companies or different categories for receipts or documents that you need to scan and store on the regular, this does exactly that. With upto three categories, you can scan the receipt/document, fill in some information, and have it auto-name AND auto-save itself to a Dropbox (or iCloud) file folder. You can add more categories, just follow the same sequence as the current categories. Enjoy!
Tired of having to go into your Calendar to add all of your events? Just add this shortcut to your widgets or home screen and fill out the super easy prompts and it will add your event to your calendar. It will automatically find the place your event is at and save the address to the event as well so if you pair this with the “Hit the Road” shortcut it can get directions to your event as well.
Hit The Road
Have you ever just wanted to jump in your car and have Siri get everything prepared for your drive? Now you can. Siri will say hello and get the details of your next event, including when it starts and ends, your ETA, start your music, and pull up your directions to the event all automatically.
Pizza Size Calculator
This shortcut can be used for comparing 2 different sized pizzas. You have to input a currency (that's only formal, as it doesn't really matter in terms of calculating), and the diameters and prices of the 2 pizzas. It determines, which is worth buying based on price per cm2, and which is bigger by how many times. Note that this calculates in centimetres, but if I'm correct, you can input inches too, the only problem is that it's outputting "cm", but the numbers should be right.