Shortcuts Icon Editor (iOS 13)

Shortcuts Name Remover, Glyph Remover, Icon Color Changer, & Glyph Changer!


Description

Remove the name of your shortcut, remove the glyph, change the icon color, and change the glyph!

Note: Please make a copy of your Shortcut or back it up to your iCloud Drive before running Shortcuts Icon Editor on it. While I'm pretty sure it is safe, there is always a chance that it could possibly damage your shortcut.

PLEASE READ: You will need to manually remove ".shortcut" from the end of your shortcut name. So be sure to do that!

Glyph Remover

  • Remove icon glyphs from your shortcuts of choice!

How does it work?

This option gets the WFWorkflowIconGlyphNumber key from your chosen shortcut’s .plist file and replaces the integer value with 0.

Icon Color Changer

  • Change the color of your Shortcut Icons in a totally different way!

ALL 15 Shortcut Icons Colors to choose from:

  • Red
  • Vermilion
  • Apricot
  • Pollen
  • Mint
  • Turquoise
  • Light Blue
  • Cerulean
  • Delft Blue
  • Violet
  • Lilac
  • Light Pink
  • Fog
  • Limestone
  • Sand
  • Random Color (BONUS!)

How does it work?

This option gets the WFWorkflowIconStartColor key from your chosen shortcut’s .plist file and replaces the integer value with the chosen color’s integer value of your choice!

Glyph Changer

  • Change the Glyph of your Shortcut Icons in a totally different way!

ALL 247 Shortcut Icon Glyphs to choose from!

6 Categories of Glyphs to choose from:

  • Objects (77 items)
  • Objects 2 (77 items)
  • People (21 items)
  • Symbols (52 items)
  • Circles (17 items)
  • Hidden/Removed (3 items)

How does it work?

This option gets the WFWorkflowIconGlyphNumber key from your chosen shortcut’s .plist file and replaces the integer value with the new glyph’s decimal value of your choice!

Name Remover

  • Totally remove the name of a chosen shortcut!

How does it work?

By default, Apple does not allow for you to not have a name for your Siri Shortcuts. But by using this option, it is very much possible!


Latest Release Notes

2.9 - June 5, 2020, 10:14 a.m.

- Shortcut Icon Glyph has been changed.


Version history