IFTTT helps you do more with hundreds of services you love, including Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Evernote, Nest, Fitbit, Amazon, and Gmail. To see a list of all of the services on IFTTT, take a look at our Search page.
After signing up for an account, you can browse services and turn on Applets. Applets connect the different services on IFTTT. For example, you can back up your Instagrams to Dropbox, have your lights turn on when you enter your home, or automatically send your team a Slack message when you’re on your way into work. Services have built thousands of Applets that you can browse and turn on. If you don’t find something that fits your needs, you can also combine two services to make something custom.
Sign up here to create a free account.
- Search for Applets from your favorite services or create your own.
- Explore curated Applet collections to learn new ways to use IFTTT.
- Delete the IFTTT app from your device.
- Reinstall the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
- Contact us if the app continues to crash and you cannot access your account.
The IFTTT mobile app supports iOS devices running iOS 9.0 or higher, and Android devices running 4.1 or higher. It’s also compatible with the iPad and iPod touch.
Not at the moment. The IFTTT mobile app is available only for iOS and Android phones. Our website works great on all mobile browsers, including the Windows Phone's Edge.
IFTTT has limits in place to keep our service running quickly, to prevent abuse of our features, and to protect people from spam and harassment. As a user, you agree not to use the IFTTT service:
- To post or transmit, or cause to be posted or transmitted, content or communications that are libelous, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, abusive, offensive, profane, or that infringes any copyright or other right of any person;
- To create or transmit unwanted spam to any person or any URL;
- To create multiple accounts for the purpose of transmitting spam;
- By any automated means for any purpose that imposes, or may impose an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on our infrastructure or interfere with the proper working of IFTTT.
Users engaging in these types of behaviors may be removed from IFTTT. Learn more about our Terms of Service here.