Shortcut helps you organize your paper clutter and recipes. Go ahead and take pictures of clipped-out recipes, print articles, book pages, paper notes, etc. Access all your information offline and on all your devices.
Featured by Betty Bossi, Kochen, and KURIER
Take photos of everything you want to keep such as cooking recipes, handwritten notes, shopping lists, designs, wine labels, book pages, print articles, etc.
Import your screenshots to Shortcut in order to keep your camera roll neatly organized.
Add notes to remember additional information, for example how to modify a recipe or how a wine tastes.
Use tags and folders to organize everything the way you want.
SHORTCUT FOR RECIPES
Take photos of recipes in magazines or books.
Add a note with comments and thoughts to make every dish a success.
Prevent auto-lock in the settings to prevent your device going into idle while you are cooking.
Take a picture of the cooked dish for your records and to use as the thumbnail image.
Shortcut uses image recognition to recognize certain recipes and print articles. Whenever you see the Shortcut icon in a print publication or other, you will find the original content on Shortcut. You can also scan QR Codes.
Currently enabled publications include:
- Betty Bossi Magazin - Switzerland - cooking recipes
- Kochen Magazin - Switzerland - cooking recipes
- KURIER Newspaper - Austria - daily newspaper
If you feel like making your own documents interactive via Shortcut (e.g. cooking recipe books, print titles, etc.), contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Sync everything on our secure servers in Switzerland to access your information on all your devices.
HELP US TO IMPROVE SHORTCUT
We are dedicated to providing you with the best app possible. If there is anything that does not work to your full satisfaction or if you have ideas on how to improve the product, contact us on email@example.com and let us know about the issue.
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