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This New IPhone Shortcut Will Record Your Interactions With The Police

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A big new feature for iPhones this year is called Shortcuts, which is an app that lets you write scripts for the iPhone. One Shortcut that has been widely shared is called Police. It records police interactions and texts a predetermined contact that you've been pulled over. It also sends video of the encounter to your contact. The creator says that the shortcut can be adapted for other potentially dangerous situations. There's a big new feature for iPhone experts this year: It's called Shortcuts, and with a little bit of logic and know-how, you can stitch several apps together and create a script that can be activated by pressing a button or Siri.

Added on the 02/10/2018 15:30:02 - Copyright : Wochit

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