The wonderful thing about apps such as IFTTT is that it allows users to automate certain aspects of their smartphone. Previously the app had worked with Gmail where users could use a variety of recipes with the app, but unfortunately due to changes Google made to their API ecosystem, it has resulted in a few Gmail related recipes being broken.
If the idea of automating certain aspects of your home sounds appealing to you, then you will be pleased to learn that iDevices has announced that they have integrated their products with IFTTT. For those unfamiliar, IFTTT is an automation tool on mobile devices that triggers certain actions when the criteria is met.
IFTTT’s app is a pretty nifty tool if you are looking to automate certain tasks on your phone. The good news for users is that if you are using a Sonos speaker, it looks like IFTTT support has officially arrived on the device where IFTTT will now be integrated into the Sonos Sound Platform.
While Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant seem to be more well-known as far as digital assistants are concerned, let’s not forget that Microsoft also has Cortana which they’re slowly trying to integrate into apps and devices. In the latest integration, IFTTT has announced that support for Cortana is now available.
If you’re the sort of person who believes in efficiency and getting many things done at once, there’s a good chance you might have heard or might even be using the IFTTT app. Now the good news is that if you’re also a Twitch streamer or a Twitch viewer and have been hankering for IFTTT support, you’re in luck because it is finally here.
For those who are unfamiliar with the IFTTT app, basically this is an app that helps automate your phone and tabet. For example you could set it so that when you snap a photo on your phone, it will automatically get sent to cloud storage services like Dropbox. Or you could set it so that every morning when the alarm rings, you will get the weather report too.
Our fitness trackers can do more than just track our fitness. Thanks to developers and their creations, our wearables can also be used to control our smart home appliances, and the good news is that if you own a Misfit Flash tracker, you will be pleased to learn that the company has recently made some updates where you can use your tracker to control your home appliances.This is done through […]
Today has been a pretty big day for IFTTT, a free service that lets users create automated functions to control how they use various services on the internet with the simple “if this then that” formula. Its main app has been rebranded and a trio of new applications has also been released for iOS and Android. It has also been announced today that HP Print is now available on IFTTT, allowing […]
IFTTT is a company that “puts the internet to work for you,” its popular app of the same name provides users with creative control over the services and devices that they use every single day. IFTTT apps have been available for both iOS and Android, today these apps have been rebranded to IF. The company has also launched a trio of new “Do” applications for both platforms today.
Android Wear is a version of Android that Google has developed specifically for wearables in mind, like the LG G Watch, the Samsung Gear Live, and the Moto 360. Now all of these devices have their uses, but it seems that their functionality could be taken to a whole new level, thanks to support from the IFTTT app.IFTTT has recently announced that they will be introducing support for Android Wear […]
A couple of weeks ago we reported that the IFTTT app would soon be making its way onto Android and the good news for those who were a little jealous of their iOS friends who have been enjoying the app for a while, well it looks like IFTTT has officially made its way into the Google Play Store where Android users can go ahead and take it for a spin.For […]