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Jodan Merrick writing on his blog found via Supercomputer:

Instead of framing screenshots using just these images, I wanted to create mockups using different product images that are more distinctive and, in some cases, three-dimensional. The result is Mocktail, a shortcut that creates framed iOS screenshots using various device images I’ve sourced from Apple’s website (e.g., product landing pages or the online store).

This is some of the most extensive and beautiful work I have ever seen in a Shortcut. Jordan has created something incredible and I plan on using it every chance I get.

Just look at these screenshots I used with this Shortcut

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Download this Shortcut now and follow Jordan's blog post on getting it setup.

Stephen Hackett of 512 Pixels came up with a really sweet solution on how to quickly access your iTunes subscriptions. IT seems like a simple Shortcut once you get into it, but I think some of the best Siri Shortcuts are those that are so simple you wish you'd come up with it.

Apple Subscription Siri Shortcut

What this shortcut does is open a URL to Apple's Subscription Page and from there iOS users automatically get sent to the iTunes Store app and it shows your subscriptions.

Again, a simple URL allows you to access something that would take several menus and taps to get access to otherwise. Which, to me, is a perfect example of what automation can do for you.

You can download the shortcut here and give it a go for yourself.