The new Shortcuts app available on the App Store for devices running iOS 12 or higher is a great way to automate your iPhone or iPad with ease. The app even lets people share Shortcuts with other users, however, there’s a huge flaw with the current implementation. To solve that, let’s introduce RoutineHub.

RoutineHub is a new Shortcuts community focused on keeping Shortcuts up to date (via Lifehacker). Using RoutineHub requires an account, though uploading new Shortcuts is fairly easy. You don’t even need to visit the website to do so. RoutineHub lets you upload an update your Shortcuts from within the Shortcuts app. You could also make use of UpdateKit, bypassing RoutineHub completely.

At this point, unless Apple releases its own Shortcuts App Store, users will need to rely on communities in order to keep up to date with new and updated Shortcuts. RoutineHub joins Sharecuts and the r/Shortcuts subreddit as communities to share Shortcuts links.

Are you using Shortcuts? Or are you sticking to Siri Shortcuts? Let us know in the comments below!

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