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IFTTT brings its recipe-based app automation to Android

Billy Steele
April 24, 2014
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iOS users have been privy to IFTTT's (If This Then That) formulaic behaviors for automating app tasks on their mobile devices. Well as of today, the Android faithful can get in on the action too. The outfit's software is now available in Google Play, bringing with it photo, call, notification, SMS, location and device settings channels specific to Google's OS. What does that mean for you? Well, you can tweak the setup to have your ringtone silenced when you connect to the office WiFi, automatically set your latest Instagram snapshot as your device's wallpaper and get a push notification if you'll need an umbrella tomorrow. Selecting all of those "recipes" can take some time, so we'll let you hop to it via the source link down below.

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