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Overall Opinion: IFTTT is one of the most useful mobile apps on the market simply because it works to streamline your workflow by automating chains of events. There are more than 500 apps that work with the IFTTT framework, including popular platforms like Weather Underground, Instagram, Gmail, Google Drive, Twitch, Twitter, and Telegram. It also works with physical devices like Nest, Philips Hue, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and your mobile device. You can also use the IFTTT app to track data collected by the Health app on your mobile device, which allows you to properly manage your positive daily habits. You can create applets that will let you control anything with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, and you can automate news reports from specific publications. You can create an applet that will give you the daily weather report at specific times, and you can send automated messages when certain events are triggered. Another interesting thing you can do with IFTTT is create a custom Craigslist search that will send you an alert as soon as a matching listing is posted. Security alerts for your home or business can be automated, and you can create posts on every social network by simply posting to your primary network. Photos on your mobile device can be automatically backed up in variety of ways as soon as they are created, and other files can be uploaded and synced to cloud-based storage whenever they are altered. Services like Google Drive and Dropbox work with the software seamlessly. If you have any smart home equipment, like a thermostat or security system, you can use IFTTT to control those pieces of hardware. You can even set specific events to occur whenever you appear in a specific location. It is really impossible to describe all the things you can do with this app since it gives you the power to create your own event chains with various events. New apps that you can add to your event chains are added to the software every weeks, like Fitbit, Withings, littleBits, Salesforce, Todoist, Reddit, Digg, Skype, Slack, YouTube, Google Calendar, Tumblr, Medium, Pocket, Square, Automatic, LIFX, Google WiFi, eBay, Giphy, Evernote, LINE, MailChimp, Twitch, Telegram, Spotify, and many more. There are even curated applets that you can use without having to create them yourself. You can browse through several collections to find applets that will perform various functions related to your car, office, home, and more. You can stay up to date on the latest news in the political world, and you can use the software to control apps on either your iPad or iPhone.
Pros: If This, Then This' Functionality Easy Utility
Cons: Could Always Use More Apps
Tutorial video showing what IFTTT is and how to use it. ➨Intro animation by: youtube.com ➨Making Google Home Curse and Swear: youtu.be ➨Google...
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