IFTTT

IFTTT

(IF This Then That) A Web service for iOS and Android devices from IFTTT, Inc. that performs a user-configured action when an event takes place. "Recipes" are set up for myriad tasks such as emailing mom if you missed her call, turning off Wi-Fi when leaving the office, getting an email for a new Craigslist post or being notified when a product price drops. "Channels" are the sources for events such as email, SMS, Facebook and Twitter.
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All the tasks can be automated using cards just like IFTTT.
It offers out-of-the-box support for IFTTT and Amazon Alexa, so users can easily integrate Blue Cave into a smart home to make their lives easier.
Caption: IFTTT has many backup scripts available that are simple to use.
And with IFTTT support, Komfy can be used with other smart devices and apps to create a truly automated home that works for you.
As WeMo also works with webbased service IFTTT (If This Then That), home electronics can be connected to a whole world of online apps.
The app can be downloaded to any Apple or Android smart device and is compatible with Amazon Echo and a range of other WeMo and IFTTT products.
Efforts that are directly comparable to the envisaged personalizable context-aware system include Nokia Situations (11) and the on{x} (12) and IFTTT (13) services.
The NV also lacks IFTTT support for further integration with other smart devices.
If you're not familiar, IFTTT (If This Then That) is a free web-based service that acts like a simplified middle-man between internet connected devices and services.
The top rated Applications of Google Play for the year 2014 as reported by Mashable are; Afterlight, Disney Movies Anywhere, Estar Battery Saver, Google Calendar, Google Now Launcher, IFTTT, Mailbox, Minuum, QuizUp, Sunrise Calendar.
Services such as IFTTT or Zapier already help many professionals find more time by automating some parts of their work.
Automate and delegate--To speak with Meisel is to hear names of web tools at every turn: the ever-popular Evernote (the note-taking and archiving software and services); IFTTT (a sendee that lets you combine web applications into automated "recipes"); Wappwolf (which connects web apps and services to Dropbox); Feedly (a news-aggregator app).