IFTTT

  • Scout’s DIY Home Alarm Gets So, So Much Smarter With An IFTTT Channel

    Scout’s DIY Home Alarm Gets So, So Much Smarter With An IFTTT Channel

    I’m really digging Scout’s install-it-yourself home alarm. It has its quirks, but it’s a massive step toward everything I want in a security system. Today, Scout gets even better — and so, so much smarter. Thanks to a brand new IFTTT channel, it can now interact with everything from your phone to your Jawbone Up, and from Google Docs to Facebook. Read More

  • Spark Announces A Jolly, Candy-Like Button For Your Wi-Fi Interactivity Needs, IFTTT Interactions

    Spark Announces A Jolly, Candy-Like Button For Your Wi-Fi Interactivity Needs, IFTTT Interactions

    If you, like Stimpy, can’t stop yourself from pressing buttons due to Space Madness, Spark has something for you. A new product, called the Spark Button, is essentially just that: a button. What will happen when you press it? Maybe something good? Maybe something bad? I guess we’ll never know. But what we will know is that this is essentially an interface device for the Spark… Read More

  • Stamplay Is IFTTT For Back-End Development

    Stamplay Is IFTTT For Back-End Development

    If you are a front-end developer, setting up signup forms and integrations with popular APIs can be very painful. Stamplay wants to make back-end development as easy as playing with Lego bricks. The best analogy would be to think of it as an IFTTT for developers. Read More

  • IFTTT Lands $30 Million Series B From Norwest Venture Partners, A16Z

    IFTTT Lands $30 Million Series B From Norwest Venture Partners, A16Z

    IFTTT (If This Then That) has just announced it has closed $30 million in Series B funding led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from existing investor A16Z. As part of the deal, IFTTT is also bringing on a new board member, Josh Goldman, who is a general partner at Norwest and who holds advisory roles on 15 other boards, according to CrunchBase. Read More

  • Intuit Acquires ItDuzzit, An IFTTT-Style Service For Businesses To Connect Cloud Apps

    Intuit Acquires ItDuzzit, An IFTTT-Style Service For Businesses To Connect Cloud Apps

    More acquisitions for Intuit as it continues to build out its cloud services platform for small and medium businesses. It has bought itDuzzit — a Chicago-based startup that provides tools for businesses to integrate different web and mobile apps with each other: think IFTTT for enterprises. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it looks like that product will continue to live on… Read More

  • Square Now Works With IFTTT

    Square Now Works With IFTTT

    Imagine a Venn diagram with two big circles: “People who use Square”, and “People who use IFTTT”. If you sit in the overlap between the two — Hurray! Today is your day. Square now plays friendly with IFTTT. If you’re left wondering WTF IFTTT is, here’s the tl;dr: IFTTT (short for If This Then That) lets you connect online services together to… Read More

  • If You Love IFTTT Then This Connected Hardware bttn May Push Your Buttons

    If You Love IFTTT Then This Connected Hardware bttn May Push Your Buttons

    bttn, which is launching today on pre-order (for €69), is a physical, Internet-connected button that can be pressed in order to trigger a particular action — such as sending an SMS or email. The bttn talks to Finnish startup’s servers via SMS, cellular data or Wi-Fi to execute the pre-set command, and is battery or micro USB-cable powered. Read More

  • Internet Glue Service IFTTT Launches On Android With Deeper Integration Than iOS

    Internet Glue Service IFTTT Launches On Android With Deeper Integration Than iOS

    The Internet connection and automation service IFTTT is launching on Android today, and it offers a deeper set of integrations with the OS than their iOS offering. This, of course, is due to Android’s more laissez-faire attitude when it comes to allowing apps to extend their tentacles into core OS functions. If you’re unfamiliar with IFTTT or what it does, we’ve covered it… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Action Items

    Gillmor Gang: Action Items

    The Gillmor Gang — Dan Farber, Kevin Marks, Semil Shah, Danny Sullivan, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor — played the latest favorite game of the Mobility Addicted. It’s called Lock Screen, and some of us think it’s where the early adopters meet the great unvarnished Silent Majority. Forget clicks or swipes or doing anything; it’s all about glancing. What this means… Read More