The Camera That Turns Photos Into Links
Some pictures are worth a thousand words. Shoots & Leaves is for the rest.
Turn photos into tasks with a single tap. Shoots & Leaves uploads photos to the cloud and gives you a link you can use to:
- Create a reminder
- Paste into another app
- Send in an email
- And lots more
Fixed a bug introduced in the previous version that prevented setting up actions with 3rd party apps. Sorry about that.
And as we mentioned last time, if you use Dropbox you really need to update, like, now.
If you use Dropbox, this is a must install. We have updated our Dropbox integration, and the previous version will stop working soon.
But don’t call it a comeback. We’ve been here for years.
Update to support Drafts 4
Fixes a bug that made the tutorial look wonky on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Fixes a bug that prevented the app from displaying properly on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
- Support for sending to the native iOS share sheet. This will allow you to post your link to any installed app extensions that support links.
- Improved layout for text prompts
- Overall layout improvements to support a variety of screen sizes
- Support for uploading to Amazon S3
- Support for uploading to SFTP
- Support for uploading to a WordPress blog
- Support for sending to the WordPress App
- Support for sending to the DayOne App
- URL scheme for calling Shoots & Leaves from another app. Documentation: http://shootsandleav.es/docs/urls.html
- Improved process for updating host settings. Now you can update your login for CloudApp and other hosts, rather than disconnect and reconnect.
June 3, 2014
- Fixes a bug when connecting your Dropbox account which could cause the app to stop responding
- Strips unnecessary query parameters from Dropbox links
- Camera roll support: Tap and hold on the shutter button to select photos from your camera roll.
- Evernote support: Upload photos to Evernote, send links to Evernote, or both.
- Post links to Things.
- Post links to Simplenote.
- Upload settings: Control the size and quality of the photos you upload.
- Want to see the tutorial again? Launch it, and find other useful links, from the upload settings menu.
- Dropbox links now point directly to the photo, instead of a sharing page.
- Configured actions that no longer work (e.g. An action that posts to Drafts, but you’ve deleted the Drafts app. No, I can’t imagine doing that either.) are no longer hidden. Instead, if you try to select it you’re prompted to choose something else or fix the issue. If that action is currently selected you’ll be prompted next time the app is launched.
- Configured hosts that no longer work (e.g. You revoked this app’s access to your Dropbox account) will prompt you when you select them to pick a different host or fix the issue. If the host is already selected you’ll be prompted when the app launches.
February 20, 2014
- Tons of bugs and UI glitches.
January 2, 2014
- Fixed a bug that caused uploads to fail while on slower internet connections or while uploading in the background
- Fixed a bug that could prevent new message and new email screens from appearing when returning from another app
- Added notifications for everything that happens in the background
- Fixed a bug that could prevent the user from authorizing their Dropbox account
- Fixes a bug that prevented default text on actions from populating properly