IFTTT - Automate work and home 4+

Save time and get more done


    • 4.6 • 56.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Automation for business and home

IFTTT (aka IF This Then That) automates your business and home so that you can save time and get more done. Over 25 million individuals have used IFTTT to automate workflows that save multiple hours out of a typical day. IFTTT’s simple, no-code interface, combined with 800+ of the most popular business, productivity, and smart home apps, allows you to quickly create powerful business and home automations.

Turn on any of the 100,000’s of pre-built time-saving automations, or get creative, and build your own personal automations.

Here’s a few ideas to get you started:

• Post content across multiple social media networks
• Connect and control every aspect of your smart home
• Create and summarize content by integrating IFTTT’s AI tools
• Use IFTTT Location to trigger automations
• Integrate more apps with IFTTT Webhooks

Sign up today for a free or paid automation plan.

Top 30 business apps on IFTTT:
Acuity, Airtable, Buffer, Calendly, Clickup, Discord, DocuSign, Dropbox, Eventbrite, Facebook, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Sheets, Instagram, iOS Calendar, LinkedIn, Mailchimp, Microsoft, Notion, RSS feed, Todoist, Trello, Twitter, Slack, YouTube, Webflow, WordPress and Zoom.

Top 30 home apps on IFTTT:
Alexa, Arlo, Coinbase, ESPN, FitBit, Google Assistant, Google Nest, Google Wifi, Home Connect, Husqvarna, iOS Shortcuts, iRobot, Midea, Nanoleaf, NZXT, LIFX, Philips Hue, Ring, Siri, Smart Life, SmartThings, Spotify, Strava, SwitchBot, Twitch, Weather Underground, WeMo, Withings, Wyze, Yeelight

Get help https://help.ifttt.com
Terms of Use: https://ifttt.com/terms

What’s New

Version 4.73.0

Thanks for using IFTTT! This update includes:
+ Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
56.8K Ratings

56.8K 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!

Dani2497 ,

Free Version Seemingly Has No Use

I have loved playing around w the native shortcuts app but the automation options are very limited and after looking around this app seemed like the most popular choice for folks interested in more complex and varied automations w far more integrations.

I’ve had the free version sitting in my app library for about a month now and cannot use it at all. I understood that the free version had it’s limitations including a limited number of free applets, but it says I have a limit of zero. I can’t use or create any. It’s very frustrating. Before I downloaded it I was betting I would pay for the pro, but the fact I’m unable to even test the functionality at all with the free version puts me off paying for pro.

I figured that a zero applet limit was a bug, especially since the descriptions of the plans, along with the FAQ, explicitly state that even with the free version you can use an (unspecified) limited amount of applets. I also considered that it was possible I was doing something wrong. So, I reported my issue (which was also a difficult process through their webpage but it seems that if you’re pro it’s much easier). It’s been a month and I haven’t heard back at all, and I’ve also seen this bug mentioned on the Reddit. I’ll probably just try the trial for pro to actually see what I can do with the app, but the lack of support really has soured my first impressions.


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.

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  • Purchases
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