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.

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What’s New

Version 4.33.0

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
12K Ratings

12K Ratings

ZipZapKapow ,

So Good I Forget It’s There

I have been using IFTTT for multiple years now and my day would never function quite so smoothly without it. The wide range of services that can be linked up make it invaluable. I have also found that so many other application can become so much more when paired with IFTTT. When I really think about it I use IFTTT applets all day everyday. But (for the most part) they work so smoothly that I forget it’s even there. One thing just leads to the next and I never notice IFTTT acting as the middleman. Fantastically powerful app. Attractive and easy to use UI. I cannot praise this service enough for the huge value it adds to everything it touches. Give it a chance, apply it to a problem and see what it can do!

-d-w- ,

Good concept but the app lets it down

Don’t like v 4.0 so I’ve not updated to it on my iPad (sadly did on my iPhone before I knew how bad it is). The app logs me out after every time I quit the app or shut down my phone and the new log in flow is a deal breaker. Has accelerated my move from IFTTT to Zapier with an amazing Zapier Webhooks integration in Shortcuts. Only thing I need the IFTTT app for now is location triggering - soon I may drop that too and delete this app.

3.7.8 was better than 4.0.0. Activity feed is harder to find, the main screen is not as good. And apparently I cannot access all my notifications now; either that or they are buried somewhere that I haven’t found yet. If notifications have been removed ... I generally dislike removal of perfectly good functionality for no reason.

IFTTT is a good concept - easy method of automation for a wide variety of apps. But the iOS app keeps letting me down. After a period of several days it logs me out so my location based trigger will fail to work. I have to regularly manually check I’m still logged in so it will trigger, but that almost defeats the purpose of automating it in the first place. In the past the app would stay logged in even if I turned my phone off. Now every time I turn my phone off or restart it it logs me out.

Tomyski ,

Brilliant Idea, needs more 3rd parties

I’m new to IFTTT, but i have coding and DIY electronics background. This is easy and intuitive, it has great potential to become ultimate automation tool for everything connected. But not all things are here to be connected. Some fail. I’m looking at you Strava, promised so much... didn’t work out at the end. Some are limited to only “not that useful” features, like notifications only. Some work one way only, yes Instagram we can post YOU everywhere, but you don’t return the favour. Some are bound by really strict OS limitation, yes Apple you not best platform for innovation. No system setting manipulation by IFTTT. No wifi, data, or even ring volume switch on iOS? Ugh. And that was the very first reason to get this app. To mute my ringer at office. Ended up using it to turn on off lamps, sending cycling reports, notifying friends and family when I'm around via slack. This is fun.

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