Apple has released a new beta version of the Shortcuts application that will be published as part of iOS 12. In the latest build, you can eventually use iCloud sync.
This is the fourth beta version of the shortcut and contains several major changes that are even more convenient for iPhone and iPad users.
The shortcut is a new automation application for Apple's iOS 12, integrated with Siri. From closing the house at bedtime, you can build all kinds of amazing automated workflows, including downloading videos from YouTube and saving on iCloud.
Before today's update, when creating a shortcut, it was possible to use it only with the created device. Now you can create shortcuts on your iPad and sync them to iPhone automatically. It's hard to use the app on multiple devices.
In the previous build, the shortcut could not access the current location, system settings, clipboard. After drilling down on Beta 4, MacStories discovered that these problems have been fixed. Apple improved dictation and made it blink automatically after pausing. You can also order directly from the lock screen widget.
Shortcuts are set to be publicly available as part of the iOS 12 release this autumn. If you are a registered application developer, you can join Testflight and watch the app early.