by Brent Dirks
August 21, 2013
After pulling the capability back in September, automation service IFTTT is bringing back four popular Twitter triggers. The new triggers are “new tweet by you,” “new tweet by you with hashtag,” “new link by you,” and “new favorite tweet by you.” With the triggers, users can do a number of actions like archive all tweets to a Dropbox text file, save favorite tweets to read later in Pocket, and add tweeted links to Evernote. Last month, the service finally unveiled an iOS app. In our original review, Christine Chan was very complimentary of the IFTTT, saying:
If you have been looking for an easier way of managing all of your content and data on various Internet services or apps, then this is the best way of handling it. And for users of the service already, this just sweetens the deal.The app also took home our AppAdvice App of the Week award after its release. Made for the iPhone/iPod touch, IFTTT can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. You can also learn more about the free service on its site. For other recent app news and reviews, see: Quickly Post To Facebook, Twitter And App.net Using Socializer, Marisha Pessl's 'Night Film: A Novel' Is A Fantastic And Creepy Journey, and King Updates Pet Rescue Saga And Bubble Witch Saga With New Episodes And More.