You can now create recipes for IFTTT Apple services such as the App Store or the iOS Calendar.
IFTTT is one of the best platforms out there for connect services and automate tasks. You don’t know him Well the possibilities are almost endless, especially now that we have more and more smart and connected devices. For example, you could create a recipe (now called Applets) so that the living room light blinks blue if it starts to rain, or red if you have received an email from the boss (bad idea).
Dozens of services can be connected to each other in IFTTT and today two new options have been added: Apple App Store and iOS Calendar.
IFTTT recipes with Apple services
What can we do with IFTTT and the iOS Calendar? Basically we can connect it with a multitude of services and perform actions from the iPhone, iPad or from desktop equipment.
For example, you can activate a recipe to add events to the iOS calendar using Google Assistant, or add Fitbit dream data to a daily event, or automatically add your location every day taking advantage of Foursquare checkins IFTTT has prepared a series of recipes start, but you can create all that you can think of:
- IFTTT Calendar iOS Recipes
On the other hand, there is the integration of the App Store, Apple’s app store for all its mobile devices. What can be done? For example, receive an email when a game or application breaks into the most downloaded, receive a tweet when a specific application drops in price and much more.
- IFTTT recipes with the App Store
Let’s remember that these are not the first Apple services that have IFTTT integrationYou can also automate tasks with iOS Photos, Contacts, Reminders and more. Here you can see a specific selection of Applets for iOS.