Description

Connect and automate your favorite apps and devices to create new, powerful experiences with a simple no code/low code interface.

Over 700 popular services and Smart Home devices work with IFTTT including Alexa, Coinbase, Discord, Dropbox, Google Home, Instagram, Philips Hue,Telegram, Twitch, Twitter, Siri, Slack, Spotify, Weather Underground, Webhooks, and YouTube.

Discover remarkable new ways your favorite apps and devices can work together, including:

• Control everything around you using Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri
• Add a new iOS Reminder with your voice assistant
• Get tailored notifications from your favorite RSS feeds and publications
• Be prepared for the weather with custom daily forecast notifications
• Trigger unique actions based on your location
• Stay safe with automated and intelligent home security alerts
• Connect smart appliances to create automatic daily routines
• Streamline your social media and automate sharing between platforms
• Back up important files, iOS photos, and iOS contacts to cloud-storage solutions, such as Dropbox or Google Drive
• Set your home thermostat to an optimal temperature when you arrive home
• Integrate with your iPhone and Apple Watch's Health app to track and maintain your health

There are millions of existing use cases, with new services added every week. Simply turn on an existing automation or create your own. Build simple automations with two services or more sophisticated ones with multiple services and conditional logic.

Do more with the services you love. Discover the power of Applets at https://ifttt.com
Help and Support https://help.ifttt.com
Build on the IFTTT Platform https://platform.ifttt.com
Terms of Service https://ifttt.com/terms

What’s New

Version 4.33.1

Thanks for using IFTTT! This update includes:
+ Bug fixes and performance improvements.
+ New services, triggers, and actions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
51.6K Ratings

51.6K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Simplify and automate everyday tasks between apps by creating custom recipes with "if this, then that" statements. Text yourself if rain is forecast for tomorrow, save a news story once it posts, or share a photo the instant you snap it. With hundreds of supported apps and services, you can customize a seemingly endless number of powerful connections.

FancyCatherine ,

Pretty Great (for notifications)

I got this app to basically send notifications to myself throughout the day ! It does have a lot of other features that ‘connect’ things together, but keep in mind that’s not what I use this app for! All I really use it for is to send myself reminders/notifications, and it works great for that. I get notifications when it’s about to rain or snow, when the UV index is above a certain amount, and even when the sunset is about to occur! I also get daily quote notifications, hourly “drink more water!” notifications, hourly “smile!” notifications, a happy birthday notification, etc. The possibilities are endless! Every night before bed, I also get the weather forecast for tomorrow sent to my phone! Also, I made/programmed most of these notifications myself! It’s literally so easy to do! All in all, It’s great if you want to be reminded of things, but I can’t speak on how well it connects with other programs. Thanks so much for my notifications!

Goatzz ,

About the update

I agree with some of the reviews that the 3 applet limit is a bit low. I’d raise it to 10 and any more after that you need to pay. Some of the other reviews really sound very entitled. You used a service for free for many years which has worked well - it’s not greed if the developers want to make some money from it. They need to eat and having a subscription is them saying they can’t afford to continue this way. It’s either they charge or shut down. They even sent an email to give you a heads up. It’s an optional $10 a month whereas Zapier is $20 and Microsoft Flow is $15. I’ve yet to run across a cheaper option, unless you want to build your own and parse apis yourself. Maybe it’s because I’m a developer myself but people act like programming is simple and companies don’t deserve to make a profit. The whole point of a product is to make money. Get over yourself. Everything can’t be free, if you like a service pay for it.

App Privacy

The developer, IFTTT, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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