Here are Apple’s Top App Picks to Use with Siri Shortcuts

Apple has today shared its top app picks to use with Siri Shortcuts, showcasing how these apps are making it even faster to get things done with a simple tap or by asking Siri. Apple highlights how shortcuts use powerful on-device intelligence to help users get things easily, whether it’s commuting, being more productive, staying healthy, and more.


Here are some of the best App Store apps that offer Siri Shortcuts.

Tile App

Tile users can now locate their keys in an instant by simply asking Siri.


Morning Starters

Weather reports from top apps like The Weather Channel, CARROT and Dark Sky are quickly delivered with simple voice requests like “radar,” “rain report” and “UV index.”

Citymapper helps manage the morning commute with real-time departures, line status, and disruption alerts


Productivity Tools

With just a tap on the Lock screen or by asking Siri, users quickly gain access to apps like Evernote, which has created shortcuts to easily share notes, create audio and camera notes and print.

Create and update journal entries and record audio directly in the Day One app, and schedule and preview the day’s calendar for upcoming events and meetings with Fantastical.

At work and at home, users can streamline projects, boards and cards with shortcuts in Trello, Omnifocus 3 and Things.


Healthy Habit Builders

Log calories and water easily with apps like Lose It!, Yazio and Waterminder. Use a shortcut to ask Siri the status of daily medications with MyTherapy, track habits with Streaks and instantly start a meditation for any time of day with 10% Happier or Headspace.


Based on how customers use their devices, Siri will suggest simple, useful shortcuts right when needed on the Lock screen or in Search.

Look for the “Add to Siri” button in apps, or go to Settings > Siri & Search to find all shortcuts available from your apps and to set a personal phrase to run them with.

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