IFTTT Launches Triad of New Apps Alongside a Rebrand of Initial iOS Application

Popular internet service IFTTT today announced the intro of three brand-new applications – Do Button, Do Note, and Do Cam – to accompany the rebranding of the original IFTTT iOS app into IF. The business says these occasions mark its “change from a standalone service right into a real product firm.”

IFTTT intends to empower its users with the introduction of the series of “Do” applications, permitting them more control over their favored items and applications by offering an in-depth and customizable set of tools “to select and decide on the functions they use usually and transform them into their own, tailored, one-tap app.”


“IFTTT’s objective has constantly been to empower people with creative command over the services and devices they utilize each day,” said Linden Tibbets, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at IFTTT. “Our most current product, Do, introduces a simpler and much more individual kind of Dish – one that keeps up simply a tap of a switch.”

The brand-new Do collection proceeds IFTTT’s “If this, then that” capability with “Recipes,” which call for a “Channel” (an app) and “Title” (a command) to bring deep personalization right into each of the 3 apps. Do Switch, as an example, showcases “lightning fast gain access to” to personalized Recipes developed by each user, courtesy of a widget offered to install in the iOS Notification Center. Dishes could include anything from personalized Nest settings to communicating with a collection of Philips Shade bulbs.

Do Video camera complies with in the vein of instant connectivity to various services within one application, permitting users to create Dishes that post photos to certain Facebook albums and even match the shades of a picture to a room’s Color lighting. Exact same goes for Do Note, which permits immediate note-taking to control applications like Twitter, Evernote, and Mail.

These new applications debut together with IFTTT’s rebrand into IF, the business stating both news pivot it from being a single-product concentrated service and presses it into the future with a number of services and products, “with even more on the method.”

Do Switch [Direct Link], Do Electronic camera [Direct Link], and Do Note [Direct Link], along with the brand-new IF app [Direct Link], could be downloaded and install from the App Store for free.

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