You can activate the new Nike+ Channel at IFTTT now, and in a recent blog post the folks behind the automation service provided users with a handful of example recipes.
While more than 100 channels are available for Nike+ users to interact with, a selection of popular recipes – which work alongside Twitter, Philips Hue, Google Drive, Facebook, and more – include:
There’s also a brand new collection at IFTTT inspired by the new Nike+ channel: “Recipes for athletes powered by Nike+.”
Most recently, IFTTT added new and revamped channels for Yo, Instapaper, Fitbit, and OneNote. Plus, back in April, the service updated its iOS application adding support for both the iPad and iOS push notifications.
You can download IFTTT for iOS free of charge on the App Store, and the application (and service) comes highly recommended.
Of course, support for Nike+ means IFTTT is now better than ever – even if the future of Nike’s FuelBand is bleak.
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