IFTTT is a powerful way to automate tasks online and now on your mobile device too. IFTTT has just released an app for Android, following an earlier iOS release, along with lots of other great new “recipes”or actions worth trying. Imagine if you could turn your lights on before you walk into your house? Or… Continue reading IFTTT Introduces Android App
The powerful internet automation site IFTTT has just added a new channel for Reddit. This means you can now engage with “the front page of the internet” in imaginative and productive new ways. For example you can easily learn something new by getting an email for every top post on /r/todayilearned. Or you could leverage… Continue reading IFTTT Introduces a Reddit Channel
Do you use IFTTT to be more productive on the Web? After Twitter changed its API and best practices, IFTTT could no longer support its old set of Twitter Triggers. Starting today, however, Twitter Triggers are back on IFTTT! You can create Triggers based on your new tweets, favorites, hashtags used and links sent. Now… Continue reading IFTTT Brings Twitter Triggers Back!
IFTTT is a powerful site that allows you to automate actions across the web and social media. You can create and browse Recipes for number of useful actions such as texting yourself the weather each morning. Embed IFTTT Recipes So how can you add these Recipes to your site? Just find a cool IFTTT Recipe, scroll… Continue reading IFTTT Now Lets You Embed Shared Recipes on Your Site
IFTTT has made it easy to automate actions on your web services like tweeting articles posted to your WordPress site or setting up email alerts for new Craigslist listings. Now, a new channel on IFTTT will allow you to connect actions by many of your Web accounts to triggers from the New York Times. IFTTT stands… Continue reading Automate Your News Reading with the New York Times Channel on IFTTT
IFTTT has just introduced a new app for iPhone devices. IFTTT is a very useful site that puts the Internet to work for you by automating powerful actions on the web and social media. You can connect lots of different social network channels, and create recipes to automate actions like “tweeting a new blog post”… Continue reading IFTTT Launches New App for the iPhone
Feedly’s quest to replace and improve on Google Reader before its demise July 1st reached another milestone: a fully functional channel on IFTTT. The integration with IFTTT now allows users to create recipes that automatically combine actions on Feedly with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Evernote and pretty much any other major web app. For those of… Continue reading Feedly’s IFTTT Channel and Web App Goes Live Days Before Google Reader is Shutdown