Apple releases Shortcuts 2.1.2 beta 1 to testers

Posted On: Nov 8, 2018   |   Posted By: iMore

Apple releases Shortcuts 2.1.2 beta 1 to testers

Apple makes a beta version of its Shortcuts app available to members of its Developer Program. Here's how you can get in on testing the latest version.
Apple's Shortcuts app lets you build so many custom actions using the capabilities of Apple's apps, as well as those built by third parties. In addition to offering the app to everyone through the App Store, those registered with the Apple Developer Program can get an early look at upcoming versions through the company's TestFlight beta testing service.
All you need to do is have an active developer account with Apple, request access, then download the beta if your request is accepted. Here's what you'll need to do to get in on the Shortcuts beta.
How to sign up for the Shortcuts developer beta
How to download the Shortcuts developer beta
How to sign up for the Shortcuts developer beta
Head to the Apple Developer Website
Click or tap Discover .
Click or tap on an operating system button in the banner near the top of the screen. It doesn't matter which.
Click...

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