What you need to know
- Popular photo editing app Darkroom now includes Shortcuts support on iPhone and iPad.
- Users can reject, edit, and flag photos and more all within Shortcuts actios.
Popular photo editing app Darkroom has been updated to add support for Shortcuts across the iPhone and iPad. The new update allows users to flag, reject, and favorite photos within Shortcuts actions and images can even be edited without any user interaction.
The new Darkroom update was announced via blog post. Darkroom will now take photos as an input into a shortcut before editing them and then saving them to the library. Those images can also be passed along to another action if users prefer.
The team behind Darkroom also confirmed that it is working to make sure that the same Shortcuts support works on macOS Monterey when it ships later this year. That will be the first version of macOS to include support for Shortcuts and it's going to be fascinating to see what developers can do with this type of automation on a Mac.
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