20 IFTTT Recipes To Supercharge Your iPhone

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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.

To get you started, here are 20 IFTTT recipes to supercharge your iPhone.

Photos

Automatically back up your new photos into Dropbox

IFTTT Recipe: Save my iOS photos to Dropbox connects ios-photos to dropbox

Automatically email yourself new photos

IFTTT Recipe: Email me my new iPhone photos connects ios-photos to email

Automatically back up your new screenshots to Dropbox

IFTTT Recipe: Add my iPhone screenshots to Dropbox connects ios-photos to dropbox

Photos added to a specific album will be uploaded to Facebook

IFTTT Recipe: Photos added to a specific album upload to Facebook connects ios-photos to facebook

Download photos you are tagged in on Facebook to the Photos app

IFTTT Recipe: Save Facebook photos you're tagged in to iOS Photos connects facebook to ios-photos

Download liked Instagram photos to the Photos app

IFTTT Recipe: Save your Instagram likes to your iPhone's photo album connects instagram to ios-photos

Automatically back up your iOS Photos into Dropbox as you take them

IFTTT Recipe: Save iOS screenshots to Evernote notebook connects ios-photos to evernote

Notifications

Get a notification if it will rain the next day

IFTTT Recipe: Rain tomorrow? Get an iOS Notification connects weather to ios-notifications

Get a notification when a paid app is made free

IFTTT Recipe: Notify me when a paid app goes free connects feed to ios-notifications

Get a notification of the latest sports scores of your favorite team

IFTTT Recipe: Get final scores for your favorite teams via iOS Notifications connects espn to ios-notifications

Reminders

Use Siri to add a reminder to the Reminders app, where IFTTT will transfer it to Evernote

IFTTT Recipe: Siri to Evernote connects ios-reminders to evernote

Back up new reminders you create into a Google Docs spreadsheet

IFTTT Recipe: All your new reminders in one Google Drive spreadsheet connects ios-reminders to google-drive

Create a reminder when you star an email on Gmail

IFTTT Recipe: If I star an email in Gmail, create a reminder to take care of it. connects gmail to ios-reminders

Create a log of all of your completed goals in the Reminders app in your Google Calender

IFTTT Recipe: Log all of my completed goals in Google Calendar connects ios-reminders to google-calendar

Create a reminder when you add a To-Do on Foursquare

IFTTT Recipe: Add your Foursquare To-dos to a Reminders list connects foursquare to ios-reminders

Contacts

All new contacts in the Contacts app will be added to a spreadsheet on Google Docs

IFTTT Recipe: Backup my contacts to a Google Spreadsheet connects ios-contacts to google-drive

Invite a new contact on your Contacts app to network on LinkedIn

IFTTT Recipe: Invite my new iPhone contacts to connect on LinkedIn connects ios-contacts to linkedin

Mark on your Google Calender when you add a new contact in the Contacts app

IFTTT Recipe: Whenever I add a new contact, mark it in my Calendar connects ios-contacts to google-calendar

Location

Update your Facebook status when you arrive back in town

IFTTT Recipe: Let my friends know when I'm back in town connects ios-location to facebook

Keep track of the time you spend at work by logging them to Google Calender

IFTTT Recipe: Log your work hours on Google Calendar connects ios-location to google-calendar

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A sarcastic curmudgeon who is a lifelong fan of tech and all things shiny. Huge Apple cultist but has since decided to live a double life in the House of Google.

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