Here’s the fastest way to offload iPhone photos!

Here’s the fastest way to offload iPhone photos!

There are lots of ways to offload photos on iPhone, but these methods depend on installing third-party apps and take a lot of steps.

But thanks to the Siri Shortcuts app, you can quickly dump your photos in one step without third-party apps.

You can also download a set of shortcuts you can use directly from RoutineHub through the Siri Shortcuts app.

This site includes a wide range of shortcuts that you can install and use directly without needing to write commands or prepare your own.

special shortcut

First, go to the following website and download Delete Background Shortcut, and open the shortcut through the Shortcuts app of iPhone.

After that, open the Shortcuts app again and choose the new shortcut we installed, and when you click on the shortcut, it asks you to agree to the photo access permissions.

Then the shortcut will show you your photo library, and you can choose any image you want, but the higher the quality of the image and the clearer the subject, the better and easier it is to remove the background.

When you select the image from which you want to remove the background, the application prompts you to access the Adobe website.

When you give the app access to the site it needs, it shows you the final result of the image without the background.

You can then save the new image without going to an external application or using an external website.

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After saving the new image is available in the photo library along with your old images and the original image, and the new image is in PNG format.

You can even use the new image however you want, as you can combine it with another image you own, or even use it in videos and other things.

Siri Shortcuts App

In addition, the Siri Shortcuts app allows you to do many different things that make it easier for you to use the phone and save you time.

You can also download shortcuts externally through RoutineHub or any other site where developers upload shortcuts directly.

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