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IFTTT gets Sonos support at last, also adds new channels for Anyware Services and Mui

Monday, September 10th, 2018

Sonos is a well-established player in the multi-room audio space with a reputation for exceptional sound, but its products haven't always played nice with other services. The walled garden approach doesn't appear to have had much of a negative impact, but even so, the company is starting to get with the times and partner with other platforms to improve the experience for users. This latest integration will be the icing on the cake for many.

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IFTTT gets Sonos support at last, also adds new channels for Anyware Services and Mui was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT adds 24 new services, including LifeShield, Fibaro, and Flo

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

IFTTT is perhaps the best automation platform in existence, mostly because of the sheer number of supported services. The last time we covered it, IFTTT added support for 15 new services. Since then, 24 more have been added, including LifeShield and Fibaro.

Without further ado, here are all the new services:

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IFTTT adds 24 new services, including LifeShield, Fibaro, and Flo was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

How to get around IFTTT’s cap on sending SMS messages

Saturday, July 28th, 2018

If This Then That, or IFTTT for short, is a pretty great service. There are hundreds of connected services, allowing you to automate your email, smart home, social networks, and more. Many people use the service to set up push notification alerts, like one for when the International Space Station flies over your home or for when the pollen count is high in your area.

Push notifications are great, but they require you to install the IFTTT mobile app, which not everyone wants to do.

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How to get around IFTTT's cap on sending SMS messages was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT adds 15 new services, including Hive View, VeSync, and Tailwind

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Automation services like IFTTT are great, but are only useful so far as they support the devices and platforms you're interested in. With hundreds of such options already lined up, IFTTT has a pretty darn solid library of compatibility, but just because it's already so big doesn't mean there's not room to grow. We've been keeping an eye out for all the new additions to the IFTTT support list, and we've got quite a few to share since we checked in with you last.

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IFTTT adds 15 new services, including Hive View, VeSync, and Tailwind was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT adds 10 new channels for Sengled, Linn, Securmate, PG&E, and more

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

IFTTT (if this, then that) is an expansive, free automation platform that helps users connect apps, services, and devices. The possibilities are aplenty, and now there are 10 new channels open for use. Most are related to controlling and settings triggers for smart lighting, security, and energy systems at home.

Here are the 10 newest IFTTT channels:

  • Sengled: Automate your Sengled smart light bulbs and hubs (Element or ZigBee) with triggers for time of day, your location, weather, Spotify activity, and more.
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IFTTT adds 10 new channels for Sengled, Linn, Securmate, PG&E, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

SwitchBot review: Simple automation for any switch or button in your home

Saturday, May 12th, 2018

Getting into home automation can be very daunting. Different protocols, different compatibilities, and different requirements for every product don't make things easy. Add into the mix the price tag of changing an existing product into a smart one, or the electrical requirements and installation processes of not-so-standard items like smart switches, and you have all the ingredients for deterring people from venturing into this whole ordeal. But what if there was a product that didn't cost much, didn't have any weird requirements, was super easy to install and use, and could retrofit any existing thing to make it smarter?

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SwitchBot review: Simple automation for any switch or button in your home was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT adds 6 new services, including WattTime, AICO and Wyze

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Popular automation platform IFTTT (If this, then that) has added yet more services to help you control IoT devices around your home. There are already thousands of integrated brands and applets you can use and the last update included IntuiFace, Atmoph, Hubitat, and more. The latest batch includes six new channels.

The new services now compatible with IFTTT are as follows:

  • WattTime - Monitor your electricity use to choose where your power comes from and help reduce your carbon footprint.
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IFTTT adds 6 new services, including WattTime, AICO and Wyze was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT adds channels for IntuiFace, Atmoph, Hubitat, Yalp, Trygve, and Turn Touch

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

IFTTT, the internet's best solution so far to connect the disparate online services and smart devices we use to each other, keeps on adding support for new channels. Today we have six new services that are now compatible with it, so you can sign into them on IFTTT and build automations around them either as a trigger or an action.

Of the six services, the one that sounds the most familiar to me is IntuiFace, but you may be looking at one of the other five and squealing in joy.

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IFTTT adds channels for IntuiFace, Atmoph, Hubitat, Yalp, Trygve, and Turn Touch was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT updated with semi-adaptive icon and new sync option, plus more services added [APK Download]

Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Part of the reason that automation app IFTTT is so popular is how often it's updated to add useful new features and more third-party services. It recently got support for custom rich notifications on Android and Cortana was among the new services added in February. The latest update to the app has just arrived, bringing with it a couple of minor changes, and yet more services have also been added.

IFTTT v3.5.2 introduces a semi-adaptive icon, which means it's the company's logo on top of an adaptive white background — much like many of Google's white dinner plate icons.

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IFTTT updated with semi-adaptive icon and new sync option, plus more services added [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

IFTTT lets you create custom rich notifications on Android

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

IFTTT, the service that connects all of your smart gadgets, services, websites, and various other sources with each other in an automated "if this happens here do that there," has made one neat improvement to its Notifications channel on Android. Previously, when you created an applet that triggered a notification on your phone, you could only personalize the message it displayed and it always opened the IFTTT app when tapped. Now you can also change its name, add a custom URL to be opened when you tap it, and append a custom image.

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IFTTT lets you create custom rich notifications on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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