Seems powerful but the interface is quite janky. IFTTT smokes this app interface wise. Also, just started messing with Stringify but to me, IFTTT seems much more beautiful and much more functional. Also, every time I try to save a flow through app errors out. Needs a lot of work but I can see the potential. Also, where is the native Sonos support?
Still not useful. The idea of flows is great and it in theory gives much more flexibility than IFTTTT. Unfortunately it still doesn't have a lot of support. For example, I wanted to make it play a specific song on my device. So far that still seems not available.
Worked great in the beginning but started dropping commands. Won't do the whole flow anymore. I've tried everything except rewriting the flows. If I have to do that every couple of months I don't need the app. I've already removed it from my most important commands and substituted IFTTT to take up the slack. That one is more difficult but more reliable.
I like this app a little more than IFTTT because it allows you to 'String' more things & actions together. I'd like to see more triggers and actions options. Life360 would be a good addition as well as WEMO. Overall it's a good app and I'll be looking forward to the future.
Not bad, more features than IFTTT. Needs the ability to remove and redraw links, having to delete a thing in order to redraw a path is annoying. UI could use some polish and follow the Android design guide, doesn't feel or appear to be the quality product it is.
All right I guess. Can't create quite a few things I would of liked to e.g. Flash lights when anyone I follow tweets or I get tagged on Facebook or anyone I follow on twitch goes live. I can only set it to do this if a specific follower/streamer/person does the action.
Various bug fixes.
Added button widget.
Added support for scene buttons.
Fix crashing bug in configure thing.
Activities and notifications detail text can now be copied to clipboard.
Fix for profile photo being squished.
Force all activities to be portrait only.
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