IFTTT.com readies its Android app for public consumption

IFTTT.com readies its Android app for public consumption

Popular web service IFTTT (If This, Then That) is just about ready deliver its Android application. After having already promised the app would soon be “coming soon”, recent rumblings suggest things are close at hand.

The form “IFTTT for Android Beta” is no longer accepting responses.

According to the guys over at Phandroid, a beta announcement was made in the last few days, however it’s since gone dark. Presumably, the IFTTT team was able to secure enough beta testers for the Android app. We might hope for an announcement on the IFTTT blog or social media channels in the near future.

We’re huge fans of their services and appreciate how much more simple things have become; new channels and notifications keep adding to the value.

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