There are several automation tools to better manage your Android phone. Tasker, MacroDroid, AutomateIt, Atooma are some of them.
What about IFTTT? It’s not a smartphone app, but an extra ordinary tool which is suitable for handling various kinds of daily digital activities.
Just connect your device with IFTTT and enable the desired applets to start using. Forget about the rest. See the IFTTT magic on your Android phones and tablets.
We already explained about some exciting IFTTT applets in previous posts. They allow you to automate email, blogging and social media marketing activities and save the time.
In this article, we pick 12 best applets for your Android devices.
Home is the safe zone to connect your smartphone to WiFi. IFTTT tracks your device location through GPS and if it found you are within the home range, the applet will turn on the WiFi connection.
Keep a record of your incoming messages. Every time you receive a new text message it will be automatically added to a Google Spreadsheet.
Send a text message ‘lostphone’ to your misplaced or lost Android phone and the ringer volume will be maximized up to 100%. Now call your phone to find it in no time.
Do you miss a call on Android? This applet will add an entry to Google Calendar that reminds you to call the person back.
WiFi is one of the main reasons which affect the battery backup of a smart device. IFTTT monitor your battery percentage and if it falls below the desired level, the applet will turn off the WiFi connection to save power.
We silent or using Tasker like apps to mute phone at sleep time. This is a popular IFTTT recipe to automatically silent your phone at bed time. You can set at what time the trigger should be fired every single day to mute the ringer.
You have silenced the phone last night. Don’t forget to unmute it to get notifications on calls, messages, and others. Set your hour and minutes to bring back its normal position.
Never lose your valuable photo memories. This applet will backup every photo you take on Android to a Google Drive folder along with the taken date. The maximum size limit for a single file is 30 MB.
NASA releases pretty images from the space every day. They share incredible scientific information with the world. Update your Android wallpaper daily according to the NASA images.
Some times we need to take screenshots on the Android phone for blogging and tutorials. Automatically save them to the folder you specify in Dropbox.
Are you connected to a Bluetooth device? Great. Then, this recipe will make your Android device to start playing music like a speaker. Enjoy.
Every time you charge the Android device, this applet will create a new entry in Google Spreadsheet. Thus you can know how many times you charged the device in a week and month.