By Christian Zibreg on Nov 6, 2013
If you’re not familiar with IFTTT (an acronym for ‘IF This Then That’), this tremendously powerful app permits you to create time-saving service meshups to automate common tasks.
For example, you could tell IFTTT to update your all social media profile photos when your Facebook profile pic changes. Or, you can even create a Recipe to receive SMS notifications when iDownloadBlog publishes an article, for example.
IFTTT has been around since 2010, but only released an iPhone app back in July. The software has since seen several maintenance updates and today the team issued a new version which brings the ability to add photos directly to your iPhone Camera roll, create new to-dos in the stock Reminders app and more… Read More
By Lory Gil on Sep 28, 2013
We have some pretty diehard fans. Quite a few of our readers boast about not being able to go to work until reading our news and jailbreak articles. Some have even mentioned adding our RSS feed to their SMS notification through IFTTT.
For those that don’t already know how to use the trigger-and-action service, we have a quick tutorial for creating an IFTTT recipe from both the website and the iOS app. This will allow you to receive SMS notifications every time an article is published on iDB… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jul 11, 2013
IFTTT has been around for a while now—since 2010. The acronym stands for ‘If This Then That,’ which does a great job of summarizing what it does: allows users to create automation Recipes for various services using a Trigger (this) and an Action (that).
Services like Instagram and Dropbox are known as ‘Channels,’ and there are different Triggers and Actions associated with each. It’s a cool idea, but the only way to set up these Recipes through IFTTT was via a web browser. That, however, changes today… Read More