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Chris White's iOS Workflows
It seems like we've recently been seeing a ton of new ideas, clever tricks and tools for making users who are willing to dive into the deep-end more productive on our iOS devices through automation, seamless app communication and some really great shortcuts. This is a collection of bookmarklets, scripts and custom URL scheme actions that help bridge apps and manipulate the data you can send between them.
Chris included some of my bookmarklets and URL schemes in his collection, which I recommend checking out if you're looking for a single place containing several moderately advanced tips for doing more than just launching apps via URLs.
iOS automation is, of course, a subject that I've been covering on a daily basis on MacStories for the past months. While I haven't had the time to put together a GitHub repo like Chris did, allow me to list the various articles and tag pages where you can get started:
I'm very glad Chris decided to collect these resources in a repo. I especially like the Drafts bookmarklets he made, which contain a check to see whether the browser has an active text selection (something I haven't been doing as I've always created separate bookmarklets for Chrome and Safari).