IFTTT now available to Google Play Store for Android

By | April 25, 2014

IFTTT (If This Then That) is a web automation service that basically works as a bridge to make our lives simply a bit simpler. While the services has existed for a while now, the official app of unique service is now available for free to all Android users through Google Play Store.


Just couple of months ago it was launched for iOS users and now hits Play Store to make your task even easier to handle. But let me first tell you what functionality makes this app so popular, how its working to automate everything, sit tight I will tell you everything about this app in details. For those who never heard of it, basically the service allows you to make “recipes” that uncludes of actions and triggers in order to automate certain tasks which I will tell you later.

There are around 98 different channel that allow for certain trigger and actions including Dropbox, E-mails and much more. Using this you can automatically share anything to any channels available out there. Infinite number of possibilities are there to automate a services over the web. For example it download photos to Dropbox each time when anyone tagged on your social networks.

Now using this official app for IFTTT, you will be able to set up and manage the recipe from your Android smart phone rather than going to the web to rely all those services.

The addition of a native Android app also offers you to use Android-specific channels like location, SMS, Device Settings, Phone Calls, photos and notifications and allows you to link automated services directly to your smartphone.

To learn more about this latest full-features app head over to its official website, I hope you will have fun after getting into it if you want to stay connected to internet or social networks.

[[Google Play Link- IFTTT]]