Applets bring your favorite services together to create new experiences.
Over 600 apps work with IFTTT including Twitter, Telegram, Google Drive, Twitch, Weather Underground, Instagram, Gmail, and devices like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Nest, Philips Hue, and your iPhone. The IFTTT app also integrates with the Health app, so you can easily track and maintain your habits.
Turn on Applets and:
• Control everything around you with your voice and Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant
• Stay informed about what’s happening from publications like The New York Times and ProPublica
• Always stay prepared for the weather with custom daily forecast notifications
• Message roommates when you’re near the local grocery
• Get an alert as soon as there’s a new Craigslist listing that matches you search
• Stay safe with automated and intelligent home security alerts
• Streamline your social media
• Back up and share your iOS photos automatically
• 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
There are thousands of other use cases! New services are added every week. Some popular ones include:
Twitch, Telegram, Spotify, YouTube, Google Calendar, Tumblr, Medium, Pocket, Square, eBay, Giphy, Automatic, LIFX, Fitbit, Withings, littleBits, Google WiFi, 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
• Staying informed on news and politics
• 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 ifttt.com/discover
+ We made it even easier for you to configure your Applets that use Weather Underground, Date & Time, Phone Call, SMS, Email Digest, and Email services.
+ Recently published services include: Notion, Connexoon, Tecan, Canon Inkjet Print, Longreads, Blue Connect, Maestro by Stelpro, EVE For Subaru, Knocki, Hive Motion Sensor™, Hive Window or Door Sensor™, and Purei9.
Ratings and Reviews
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 more than 65 supported apps and services, you can customize a seemingly endless number of powerful connections.
Thanks to you!!!
Thanks for making life just a little bit easier and more enjoyable! Our fast paced lives don’t give us time, to really appreciate things we truly should take a moment, to just stop and smell the roses! But so many of use are just way to busy! I don’t have time for that! Oh, I need to do this now! No time ever for the small but very important things we are all missing out on! Oh, come on, hurry now! Hurry up! Gotta go! Get it now! Get it done now! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! No wonder most of us have evolved to have ADHD because we now days go so fast paced we need to be able to multi task! We need to be able to think five hundred things all at the same time! Thus our Very Loud ADHD minds that so many of us know to be our daily norm! We are great multitaskers! This is an app to let all peeps a like be able to get stuff done at a much easier and less time consuming pace! Ahhh! The Roses do indeed smell very nice and sweet! Wouldn’t have had the chance to enjoy the smell of those sweet treats and or even be able to enjoy new ideas for things that can be tasks we never thought we needed to be able and ready for ahead of time at ease or something more enjoyable and fun like apps that you can play and have fun with all the new free time you will have! Lol enjoy! Thanks so much for something so greatly appreciated from an ADHD Multitasker, of a fast paced World, such as today!
I love IFTTT.........BUT! When it fails to execute
To we the non-programmers (&programmers alike) IFTTT provides a wonderful way to use our data (information) & more broadly to use publicly available data on the Internet in fantastically useful ways. I won’t even try to sum up the all the kinds of information you can grab triggered by events you specify, but the range is endless. My only beef with IFTTT comes when an event trigger fails. Sure enough the system notifies me of the failure but doesn’t give me a clear picture of what the heck happened sufficient for me to know where I need to adjust my variables, to know if it’s the data itself that’s at fault or if my formulas are suspect. Nice to know it’s broken, even intermittently, BUT show my exactly where it broke so I can adjust my logic string, tweak my math, check my data source consistency or start over. The good news is that I’ve been a IFTTT user/experimenter from the beginning. I’ve watched it’s power grow exponentially which flows directly to our benefit. Truth is I love you guys in a professional sort of way. [ ;) ] Despite a glitch here or there, you’ve enriched my life in some really useful ways and made it fun to boot. Thank you!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
Get things done within this app using just your voice.