IFTTT - Automate work and home

In-app purchases
3.1
184K reviews
5M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Business and smart home Android device automations

Save time at work and at home with IFTTT (aka IF This Then That). Join a community of almost 30 million consumers, creators and smart home automation enthusiasts that use IFTTT to save multiple hours out of a typical day. IFTTT’s simple no-code interface, combined with 1000+ of today's most popular business, personal and smart home apps, allows you to quickly create sophisticated workflows. Discover the power of Android device automations while on the go with location based features, notifications, and widgets. Download the app today for your Android device or Wear OS.

Here’s a few Android device automations to get you started:

Control and automate key features of your Android phone like Bluetooth, WiFi, ringtone, and battery
Write then cross post to multiple social networks
Connect and control every aspect of your smart home
Create and summarize content with IFTTT AI.
Automate even more apps with IFTTT Webhooks.

IFTTT AI services
AI Content Creator, AI Prompt, AI Social Creator, AI Summarizer, AI YouTube Assistant


Top 40 business apps on IFTTT
Acuity, Airtable, Aweber, Buffer, Calendly, Clickup, Constant Contact, Discord, DocuSign, Dropbox, Eventbrite, FaceBook Lead Ads, Gmail, Google Ads, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Meet, Google My Business, Google Sheets, Gumroad, Instagram, LinkedIn, Mailchimp, Microsoft, Notion, Pipedrive, QuickBooks, RSS, Shippo, Slack, Stripe, SurveyMonkey, Todoist, Trello, Webflow, WordPress, X(Twitter), YouTube, Zoom

Top 40 home apps on IFTTT
Aqara, Arlo, August, Blink, Coinbase, ESPN, FitBit, GE, Google Assistant, Google Nest, Google Wifi, Home Connect, Honeywell, Husqvarna, iRobot, LaMetric, LIFX, Midea, MyQ, Nanoleaf, NZXT, Philips Hue, Ring, Sengled, Somfy, Smart Life, SmartThings, Soundcloud, Spotify, Strava, SwitchBot, Twitch, Weather Underground, WeMo, Wink, Withings, Wyze, Yeelight, Yelp

Get help https://help.ifttt.com
Terms of Use: https://ifttt.com/terms
Updated on
Mar 18, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 6 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.1
176K reviews
Jonathan Hawkins
March 19, 2024
Gotta knock the rating down tremendously. When it worked it WAS great. Now, well . . . They just put a bunch of standard features behind a paywall, breaking a bunch of automations that I've had for a few years. Yea-no, not okay. Zero heads up either to preemptively migrate anything whatsoever. I don't want another subscription. I'll find an alternative.
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Brian Durr
March 22, 2024
I've been using this for years, but it mysteriously quit working. So, I open the app and find out that I now have to buy a subscription for something I've been using for at least 10 years. No heads up or warning, not even a notification to check the app for updates. It just stopped working & they're holding my applets for ransom. Horrible!
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Frank Zen
March 31, 2024
I've always had the feeling that this push to "the cloud" was a trap and not to be trusted. This app is the very example of that. I always thought it odd that I needed to reach out to the Internet to access a device in my own home on my own subnet. The reason is now obvious. These companies want to insert themselves as the unnecessary middleman between you and your devices so they can charge fees. I got hit just like many others. Unbelievable! ONE STAR!!!
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