Sherry references infuse culture, from kitchens to cocktail bars, short stories, poetry and beyond—not to mention the celebrated use of sherry casks in whisky-making. We all know that sherry is important. But many people simply do…
In demand bartenders David Kaplan and Alex Day—along with regular Nick Fauchald—tasked themselves with the ambitious goal of creating the ultimate cocktail book. If detailing the exact recipes of more than 500 cocktails created over eight years at NYC’s ,…
Read more about 11 brilliant IFTTT recipes to make your apps work for you at CreativeBloq.com
IFTTT (‘If This Then That’) is a free service that enables you to connect up web applications you use on a regular basis and get them to work together to perform simple but useful tasks, known as ‘Recipes’.
IFTTT is a great tool that allows you to automate lot of thing on your mobile devices. For iOS, you are able to connect many of the default apps and services to your online accounts, from Google, Evernote, Foursquare, just to name a few, and transfer data between them.
IFTTT recipes are very simple to create and many people share their creations for others to use. From automatically downloading or backing up your photos to the cloud to turning your Notification Center to a makeshift Google Now, there are a lot of ways you can use IFTTT to get the most out of your iPhone.
Recommended Reading: 35 Awesome IFTTT Recipes To Archive Your Social Media Data
To get you started, here are 20 IFTTT recipes to supercharge your iPhone.
Automatically back up your new photos into Dropbox
Automatically email yourself new photos
Automatically back up your new screenshots to Dropbox
Photos added to a specific album will be uploaded to Facebook
Download photos you are tagged in on Facebook to the Photos app
Download liked Instagram photos to the Photos app
Automatically back up your iOS Photos into Dropbox as you take them
Get a notification if it will rain the next day
Get a notification when a paid app is made free
Get a notification of the latest sports scores of your favorite team
Use Siri to add a reminder to the Reminders app, where IFTTT will transfer it to Evernote
Back up new reminders you create into a Google Docs spreadsheet
Create a reminder when you star an email on Gmail
Create a log of all of your completed goals in the Reminders app in your Google Calender
Create a reminder when you add a To-Do on Foursquare
All new contacts in the Contacts app will be added to a spreadsheet on Google Docs
Invite a new contact on your Contacts app to network on LinkedIn
Mark on your Google Calender when you add a new contact in the Contacts app
Update your Facebook status when you arrive back in town
Keep track of the time you spend at work by logging them to Google Calender
Almost two years ago we tried out Hella Bitter’s all-natural craft bitters and found them to be a refreshing, premium alternative to mass-produced and (at the time) better known products. What began as a hobby…
Hayden Slater, Carly de Castro and Hedi Gores are the founders of Pressed Juciery, an idea they had in 2010 that was grounded in a simple belief: in order to live well and feel healthy, people…
by Jennifer Miller Last weekend, the New York Public Library opened its doors for one of the city’s most egalitarian black tie events: the Manhattan Cocktail Classic opening gala. Thousands of guests entered the library’s mood-lit…
This is a contemporary edition of multiple web development recipes book that will teach you how to cook web apps for every, even the most refined taste.
Cookbooks (like their literary counterparts) tell a story; years of experience and wisdom are offered as the author guides readers through unusual pairings, a surprising use of a fresh herb, a favorite wine and more. Recipes stand as guidelines, meant to be experimented…
When CH was in Vancouver, BC for TED week, a friend’s recommendation resulted in a pitstop at the BETA5 chocolate and pastry shop. While it’s a bit out of the way in an industrial area,…