- I am using IFTTT since it was in Beta and I am still using it. Very awesome app to automate social media stuff and now they have included Android and iOS automation too, which is awesome. You can automate with just a few clicks. Make a recipe, share it or use shared recipes. It works like a charm!
I've been using IFTTT since it came out ages ago, and it's one of the first things I install on any new phone. I use it as the connective tissue for all my smart home products and apps. You can do amazing things with it.
Support is non existent along with technical user information.
- We are big fans of Zapier at Salesflare. There are just so many ways you can automate every day robotic tasks using apps like MailChimp, QuickBooks, Trello, etc. Inspiration here: https://blog.salesflare.com/8-wa...This really the only service you will ever need. It focuses on business apps like quickbooks and so on, where as ifttt is more on IOT and social. I'm a massive fan of Zapier, been using it since it launched and have intergrated so many services together using it, I honestly dont think my business could run with out it.
Their design is excellent. Behind the scenes its very technical, but the user experience is smooth and easy on the eyes. It does such a great job of taking actions and information in one app and bringing it to your app of choice.
For extensive users, pricing model is not so friendly. But other than that, it's very user friendly. You don't need any programming background to create Zaps Zapier also has great amount of support document to help you get going and be creative. Great product.
Lets you do anything with your Mac. Automate all the things! Script apps that don't have scripting support (by replaying macros containing keypresses, mouse movements, clicks, whatever), have your Mac react to USB events, date/time, your input, device keys, external triggers, sleep/wake events, filesystem triggers, etc.
I use it heavily for a few years by now, it's one of my essential apps. New versions are usually insta-buys — when I read that v7 was released, I bought it without test-driving it first. Same thing happened a year or two later with v8. It's worth every single penny.
It does repeating boring tasks for me. And also some fun logging stuff.