IFTTT is both a great and terrible name for an intriguing service. It says exactly what it does–sets up conditions so that If This Happens, That Should Happen–but it also makes it sound nerdy, programmer-only, and more thinking than most people need.But if there has ever been a reason to check out If This Then That, it is the recent arrival of IFTTT for Android. Android is more open to deeper modifications by third-party apps than iPhone or most other smartphone platforms, and IFTTT takes advantage of that openness. You can make yourself more aware of things, control and track your phone usage, and set up some smooth automation that makes you feel a bit more in charge of your web life.
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