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Applets bring your favorite services together to create new experiences.

Over 360 apps work with IFTTT including Twitter, Google Drive, Weather, Instagram, Email, and devices like Amazon Alexa, Nest, Philips Hue, and your iPhone.

Turn on Applets with a simple switch:

• Control everything around you with your voice and Amazon Alexa
• Stay informed about what’s happening from publications like The New York Times and ESPN
• Receive a notification with the forecast each morning
• Message roommates when you’re near the local grocery
• Stay safe with automated and intelligent home security alerts
• Streamline your social media
• Save all your mobile screenshots in a specific album
• Back up important files, photos, and contacts to cloud-storage solutions, such as Dropbox or Google Drive
• Set your home thermostat to an optimal temperature when you arrive home
• Post all your Instagrams as Twitter photos or Pinterest pins
• Trigger events based on your current location
• And thousands of other use cases!

New services are added every week. Some popular ones include:

Spotify, YouTube, Google Calendar, Tumblr, Medium, Pocket, Square, Ebay, Giphy, Automatic, LIFX, Fitbit, Withings, littleBits, OnHub by Google, Evernote, Reddit, Digg, Skype, Slack, LINE, MailChimp, Salesforce, Todoist, and hundreds more.

Browse our curated collections to find Applets for:

• The home, office, and car
• Your iPhone and iPad
• Exploring outer space
• Improving how you use social media

Do more with the services you love. Discover the power of Applets at

What's New in Version 3.1.2

Applets bring your services together, creating experiences you can unlock with a simple switch. Turn on Applets that work with Facebook, Instagram, Google, Amazon Alexa, Nest, Fitbit, BMW, Slack, Twitter, and hundreds of other services.

In this update:
+ Telegram, the free messaging app built with speed and security in mind, is now on IFTTT! Explore their Applets or make your own.
+ Opening URLs from activity items will now deep link into the corresponding app (when available)
+ We fixed some crashes and squashed some bugs
+ The app now uses Swift 3 — if you know what that is, you should also know that we're hiring iOS developers! Learn more at

Stay tuned — we're working hard on more improvements.


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Customer Reviews

Use it dozens of times a day

When I discovered IFTTT a few years ago I felt like I was late to the party. My first few recipes were pretty basic, but as my needs grew so did my imagination... and the more IFTTT continues to grow and more API's hook into it, you're more or less only limited by your imagination. Because of IFTTT I have a lot of mundane daily business tasks that are now automated. And on a personal level it's helped me organize things and maintain better relationships with people I care about.

UX is broken

The redesign broke this app's UX. Perfect example of "if it ain't broken, don't fix it". Even the update to fix complaints failed. The My Applets tab uses way too much screen real estate. It's a burden just to scroll through a list and locate an Applet. The Do app integration is poorly handled. The actual Do app had a message that it was part of IFTTT without explaining what that technically implies. The My Applet tab has applets for the old Do recipes but did't even reference Do as a keyword, which made identifying them an unnecessary chore. The IFTTT Settings screen is the unintuitive home now for Do apparently. Did the IFTTT team lose or get a new design or UX person? App needs more baking time.

Still learning but loving it

I'm still learning all the things that this app can do and am continually amazed by it. It's like Santa Clause it sees you when you're sleeping and knows when you're awake. It handles the security when you're asleep and turns on the lights when you're awake and can do so much more. I like knowing that if I forget to turn on the security when I leave that it'll happen anyway.

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  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.1.2
  • Size: 55.0 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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