Data Jar is a data store designed to be used with Shortcuts. The data store lets
you persist key-value pairs. If you have used dictionaries and lists in
Shortcuts, then you’ll find that the data format used by Data Jar is very
similar. - Extensive support for Shortcuts, enabling you to...
🍯 So simple and so useful 🥳
For years, I’ve been sticking Shortcuts data in all sorts of places - Files, Reminders, etc. And, yeah, they worked, but not always well and they tended to make my Shortcuts more complicated than they needed to be. First thing I did with DataJar was write some new Shortcuts I’d been thinking about. It was so much easier. And, I really like being able to tweak my saved data easily in the DaraJar app. I’ve now written an old Shortcut to take advantage of DataJar. I’m happy. Tipped! :)
Give the man some money! 🤑
Simon has thought out every detail of this app and it’s ridiculously well-done. I needed to pull a few sound and image assets within a shortcut and after wrestling with iCloud paths for 10 minutes I gave up. Data jar makes stuff like this soooo easy. Also the pricing model here is generous and brilliant. Offer it free and rely on the kindness of happy users to pay for what they love...? Seriously? Give the man some money already!!!
Fantastic complement to Shortcuts
Data Jar makes logging information using Shortcuts SO much easier! Before this app I had to append information to a Note or text file, which never really worked well. Now I can set up Shortcuts to keep lists and tallies with ease. My only complaint is that right now the Tip Jar in-app purchases aren’t working, so I can’t show the developer my appreciation!
Nice but buggy
I love the app so far. But two issues I come across: 1. Crash - I would have the app open and going through the pages and the app would crash out of nowhere. 2. When copying text from the Notes app, it would be saved as an image instead of text. Then the app would crash when I try to open up the image.
Very solid and useful
Data Jar is a very useful app that I'm just starting to explore. Right now, it's rock-solid, does what it says, and gets updates frequently. The more I do in Data Jar, the more I think of other things that I can do!
Best power user app since Workflow (“Shortcuts”)
A truly innovative, useful app. Essential for anyone using Shortcuts.
Missing key features! Literally!
Inside shortcuts, there are many additions that are very useful... except... They are missing some of the most needed key features... Like adding and removing keys/values As of now all you can do is add values to lists, and change/add values. Nothing more It's a smart app idea, but it's missing so much!
Great shortcuts app
Truly great app to store data for shortcuts, and use as a clipboard manager
Adds easy-to-read pass-by-reference to Shortcuts
Because Data Jar adds terse persistent global store to Shortcuts, it enables local scope and pass-by-reference. Do you need a struct initialized with a half-dozen values which need to be set at runtime? Write a Shortcut that takes a name as input, does the necessary lookups and calculations, saves the results to the passed in name, and exits with success or failure. Boilerplate code can live in its own Shortcut. This is great. Also: if you are wondering how to delete a key from a dictionary, use “Delete Value.” In JSON, a key without a value is not a key. Look at RFC-4627 section 2.1. If you want a key with a null value in JSON, your choices are true, false, and null.
Yes. Data Jar is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 285 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Data Jar Is 49.0/100.
Yes. Data Jar is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 285 Data Jar User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Data Jar Is 49.0/100.
Data Jar works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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