IFTTT Launches For Android With All New Exclusive Features.

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IFTTT Launches For Android With All New Exclusive Features.

Following right behind its recent release of the IFTTT for iPad devices, an Android application has recently become available. IFTTT, which stands for If This Then That, makes it possible to connect a variety of physical and digital services to carry out task that normally could not be possible to do.

Features.

With IFTTT, users can create a formula to automatically back their contacts to a Google Drive spreadsheet on a regular basis, or only when changes have been made, For the iOS, users can even control the lights utilizing Siri. IFTTT has the tendency to constantly over use the motto “Endless Possibilities” when it comes to there product.

With its release of the Android application, IFTTT arrives with even more additional tweaks and features to the services. Since Android allows access to abilities iOS developers cannot even fathom, IFTTT can take full advantage of Android’s “open” way of living.

Messaging.

For Instance, Android users of the IFTTT application can have text messages automatically backed up to either Google Drive or Dropbox, Or they can opt to have the text sent to themselves, without the user having to do a single thing, when users have to arrive or leave to a specific location. They can even log their phone calls, including only tracking calls from specific phone numbers. Another is being able to set a wallpaper device to the users latest Instagram photo.

Push alerts have also been included to the Android version of this application.

IFTTT should be publishing their works sometime soon. Once its goes live, it should be available for download within the Play Store, or users can check IFTT own mobile website for a download links to both the iOS and Android versions.

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