IFTTT APK

Version 4.24.3 - com.ifttt.ifttt
Last updated: Sat, 20 Nov 2021 16:52:09 UTC
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IFTTT apk

APP Information

Download Version 4.24.3 (2947)
Apk Size16.94 MB
App DeveloperIFTTT
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up
App Packagecom.ifttt.ifttt.apk
MD5bfc5dc965bf2867f2498983e2adec48a
Rate4.23
Website https://ifttt.com

Download IFTTT 4.24.3 APK

App Description

IFTTT is ifttt,productivity, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.23 by 26 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit IFTTT website who developed it. com.ifttt.ifttt.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.24.3 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 75415+ times on store. You can also download com.ifttt.ifttt APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Connect your favorite apps, services, and devices to create new, seamless experiences. 
Over 630 apps work with IFTTT including Twitter, Telegram, Google Drive, Twitch, Weather Underground, Dropbox, Slack, and devices like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, iRobot, LIFX, Philips Hue, and your Android.
• 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 Android 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 
Sonos, YouTube, Google Calendar, Tumblr, Medium, Pocket, Square, eBay, Giphy, Automatic, Honeywell, Fitbit, Withings, littleBits, Google WiFi, Evernote, Reddit, Digg, Slack, LINE, MailChimp, Salesforce, Todoist, and hundreds more. 
• The home, office, and car
• Staying informed on news and politics
• Your Android devices
• Exploring outer space
• Improving how you use social media
Learn more at https://ifttt.com
Get help https://help.ifttt.com
Build on the IFTTT Platform https://platform.ifttt.com 

App ChangeLog

  • Thanks for using IFTTT! This update includes:
  • + Bug fixes and performance improvements.
  • + New services, triggers, and actions.

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Dhatchinamoorthi Anbu-avatar

    Dhatchinamoorthi Anbu

    I'm currently trialling 7 day free IFTTT Pro on my Galaxy Android phone. I used IFTTT heavily previously and haven't been using it much in recent times. It used to be a very reliable tool. With the current paid version, it doesn't even run most of the times in spite of providing required permissions. For instance, I have an applet which reads notification and sends out a message. I have been testing it and the applet runs only when I manually hit the 'Check Now' button and never gets triggered automatically. For a tool with $6 a month charge, it a totally a let down performance. Looks like I might not go ahead with the subscription at this point .

  2. Get To The Point Already-avatar

    Get To The Point Already

    Most of these criticisms apply to their website as well, so take that as you will. Charging people for functionality that other apps offer for free is stupid (Tasker anyone?). 99% of Twitter functionality doesn't work, which also is stupid. People are paying you guys their hard earned money and you can't even stay up to date with the latest api changes? Doesn't make sense. Error messages are vague and don't offer any idea as to what is actually wrong. "There is a problem with the applet" IS NOT HELPFUL... On a brighter side, the ones that do work work well, and the UI is intuitive and well designed. 3 stars.

  3. Kiak-avatar

    Kiak

    i am using it to forward myself an email whenever i receive a sms. Works brilliantly. Now i can receive the sms content in email even when my phone isn't with me. Awesome! : )

  4. Hywel-avatar

    Hywel

    The app works pretty well most of the time but I'm just a little sad that they have moved to a subscription model

  5. Rick B-avatar

    Rick B

    Really useful app. I've had it for a while and use it periodically. I am very frustrated that I can now only use 3 applets without subscription. I'm not ba heavy user and would gladly pay a reasonable price as a one off purchase. Subscription services are a complete rip off for light users and I will NEVER be persuaded to subscribe. I will either continue with limited use or just delete the app. No app is so important that I need to subscribe.

  6. Cassie Paulsen-avatar

    Cassie Paulsen

    It's easy to use, I was forced to download it to have my lights with with Google assistant, but it won't connect to their app, not sure who's fault that is, but they both lose stars, after all, that's the only reason I downloaded it, but I'll keep it anyways because it offers automation that Google Assistant doesn't (although it won't work with most lights, the only smart devices)

  7. David Meese-avatar

    David Meese

    I keep trying this app from time to time to see if it has improved. Sadly, it is still the awkward to use sad child of automation. There is nothing here that I cannot do through Google Home or MacDroid, except both of those do everything more comprehensively. I guess I will have to delete this yet again until next time. Let's hope all those services actually connect next time and that the applets have more variety.

  8. Luke Rafla-Yuan-avatar

    Luke Rafla-Yuan

    IFTTT's quest for profit has rendered the app unusable. IFTTT now charges a subscription to create more than 3 scripts, but what's worse is that they also increased their costs for the backend services that use IFTTT. This has led to numerous services: life360, etc. dropping from IFTTT. Don't invest any time or money into IFTTT, because services will continue to drop out with their current pricing structure. Edit: FYI community applets are useless, make a better product, not excuses.

  9. Steffen Mossefinn-avatar

    Steffen Mossefinn

    Absolutely useless! I have smart devices in my home, and I'm trying to set them up with IFTTT. I've tried with the simplest of things like setting up a (supported) lightbulb to flash if I have a missed call, or my favorite soccer team scores. NOPE! Nothing ever happens. It's beyond garbage.

  10. Mark Vrablic-avatar

    Mark Vrablic

    The 3 applet limit makes this service completely useless. Say you want to turn on a light when motion is detected and turn it off when not detected. There's 2 of your applets used immediately, for just one light. I'd be happy to pay if the subscription were cheaper, but it just doesn't make sense at $40/year. $1.50/mo is the maximum I could see most people willing to pay for this.