I guess we’re grownups now. With the release of Apple’s Shortcuts app, x-callback-url is now a supported standard documented on Apple’s site!
AppTalk is a great new site and community project to better document app URL schemes from Peter Minarik.
If you have apps which support x-callback-url, consider submitting a pull request with examples of the actions supported by your app!
Version 2.14 of the OmniGroup’s venerable task manager OmniFocus adds support for powerful x-callback-url features. For details, read the topic on the OmniGroup’s discourse site.
Great to have Ulysses, the powerful writing app from The Soulmen, add x-callback-url support! Check out their documentation for details.
Workflow is a very cool new app that pushes the boundaries of automation on iOS. And, of course, has x-callback-url support!
Phillip Gruneich had a few good finds. Looks like Hog Bay’s excellent PlainText has added x-callback-url support.
Also, though undocumented by Google, it has apparently made it’s way into the Google Maps app.
Editorial is a very cool new iPad text editor with incredible automation features. As with any good automation app on iOS, it has extensive x-callback-url support, check out all the features.
The new update to TextExpander Touch (v2.0 – shipping soon), has extended their SDK to support “Fill-in” snippets. To implement this feature, Smile Software used x-callback-url under the hood. Very cool and creative use! Details in the TextExpander Touch SDK documentation.
Need to integrate scanning and OCR into a workflow? The latest update to Prizmo adds a great set of x-callback-url methods – details on github.
Lots of great new things happening with Tumblr for iOS lately. Including the addition of some great x-callback-url support!.