[VIDEO] This is a pretty interesting find by Matthew Cassinelli. In a nutshell, you can handwrite notes on your iPad using Apple Pencil, then send that text (as text, not as drawn text) to a shortcut.
To see this in action, watch the video (embedded in the main Loop post) and jump to about 2:12.
If you do a lot of handwritten notes, I can see lots of value here. Export the text to a shopping list, for example. Or, perhaps, append the text to a list of app ideas. I suspect you could even create a shortcut smart enough to figure out from context what list stuff should go to.
Of course, your success here will depend on how readable your handwriting is.
∞ Apple shares four new Apple Watch how-to videos
∞ Rene Ritchie digs in to the new iPad mini (a bit of iPad Air too)
∞ Inside Game of Thrones: a story in stunts
∞ Rene Ritchie: Why Spotify is suing Apple — Kinda victimy
∞ Draining the dam
∞ Apple announces WWDC19 from June 3-7
∞ Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola talk about “The Godfather”
∞ Tim Cook changes his Twitter profile
∞ HBO drops full trailer for Game of Thrones final season
∞ Finally, a perpetual motion machine that works
∞ The Dalrymple Report: Shot on iPhone, hacking, and learning Piano
∞ Intimate look at Steven Spielberg and John Williams working on the ET soundtrack
∞ What if English were phonetically consistent?
∞ Watch “Kitbull”, another of Pixar’s SparkShorts
∞ Kermit praising the Mac