IFTTT is the free way to do more with hundreds of the apps and devices you love, including Twitter, Dropbox, Evernote, Nest, Fitbit, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant.
On IFTTT, we call those services. To see all of the services on IFTTT, check out our services list.
We bring services together into Applets. Applets are specific things that can happen when you connect services — things your apps can't do on their own.
IFTTT helps you connect all of your different apps and devices. When you sign up for a free account, you can turn on Applets that help your apps and devices work together to do specific things they couldn't do otherwise. For example, you can back up your Instagram photos to Dropbox, have your lights turn on when you enter your home, or automatically remind a Slack channel about a meeting. There are millions of Applets to explore.
Here's how it works:
Create a free account.
Browse the IFTTT website or app to find an Applet that interests you.
Click into the Applet and turn it on.
Connect the services that are involved in the Applet — this is only so we can use them to run Applets on your behalf. IFTTT provides a layer between different services to only allow them to do what you specifically tell them to do.
Find more Applets, and repeat!
How Much Is It?
Using IFTTT is free, and there's no limit to how many services you connect or how many Applets you can turn on.
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