IFTTT adds Android Wear support
If you’re a fan of Android Wear and the popular automation service IFTTT, you’re in luck. IFTTT for Android has just updated with Android Wear support!
For those who aren’t familiar with the service, IFTTT is a utility app that allows an action to automatically happen when something else takes place. In this case, the trigger for Android Wear is to tap a button, and the action is to send a notification. So, if you tap a button on IFTTT using Android Wear, you could potentially, say, send a text to your spouse. Or if an event is beginning soon, you can have the notification sent straight to your wrist.
If you think a little more about what IFTTT offers, the possibilities are basically endless when it comes to smartwatches and other wearables. These are exciting times for Android Wear and IFTTT lovers. If you haven’t yet, grab the update today!
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