Its a simplified "tasker". The fact that it doesn't require root access and a formula can be completed within a minute, makes it much more accessible.
Great potential, but fails to deliver. I've waited over 1½ hours to receive notifications that the app tells me happened immediately after the trigger. With such huge delays this is completely unusable. If only it worked as it's supposed to, it would be fantastic. But as it is, it's a big letdown.
Things frequently don't work. The app begs for ratings, which leaves me wondering why they didn't spend time improving the app rather then building code to beg for ratings. If your app is that good you shouldn't need to ask.
Great concept, poor execution so far...Started with a couple simple recipes to control WiFi & ringer volume based on location. I'm up to 9 simple recipes now based on leave/arrive home/work/family locations. They rarely work and I have to manually perform all the functions myself. So far... prettay, prettay, prettay worthless... even if it is free.... UPDATE: should be logging my arrival at work. Hasn't worked for several months now. Sad.
Why should I have to pay you $199/mo to create an applet that can do more than one thing at a time? Utterly ridiculous
Wish ifttt would not let Chamberlain integrate their myQ opener. The crooks at Chamberlain are charging their users to use ifttt.
+ When configuring a Gmail, Android SMS, or Android Phone Call Applet you can now pick from the contacts on your phone when you're filling in a phone number or email.
+ We made some background updates that should make your experience in the app faster. Zoom, zoom!
Thanks for IFTTT-ing!