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IFTTT launches Eyefi channel

IFTTT (If This Then That) has kicked off a new channel for Eyefi SD cards. That means when you take a shot with your dedicated camera that's using an Eyefi card, in addition to shunting it to your iPhone or iPad as normal, you can automate all sorts of actions once that picture hits the cloud. Send pictures with a certain tag to your Flickr profile, or conversely, have shots from your Instagram account copied over to your Eyefi Cloud. All of those recipes can be handled with the IFTTT app for iOS.

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New and updated apps: BillGuard, IFTTT, Fitbit and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got fitness, games, financial tools and more!

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Manything's IFTTT channel teaches your old iOS device some new tricks

Manything has been allowing you to turn spare iOS devices into webcams for some time, and now with IFTTT, you can do even more. By building If This Then That-style recopies, you can turn on your Philips hue lights when the camera detects movement, start recording when you leave your house, and whatever else you can cook up with IFTTT's boggling array of channels.

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The Fitbit channel on IFTTT lets you automate based on your activity

One of the leading fitness bands out there, Fitbit, now plugs into the service that plugs into everything else, IFTTT. Between these two, you can set up handy if-this-then-that tasks that automagically kick in with the right triggers. New Fitbit triggers include daily activity summary, daily goals achieved (steps, distance, calorie burn, etc.), and sleep data. On the action side, outside applications can now log heart rate, blood pressure, blood glucose, and weight from connected channels into the Fitbit service. Examples of IFTTT recipes include sending you an iOS notification if you don't meet your daily exercise goal, or logging sleep data in a Google Docs spreadsheet.

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IFTTT 2.0 for iOS brings native iPad support, new channels, and more!

IFTTT, the powerful productivity app that lets you create connections between different internet apps services, has been updated today to version 2.0, bringing a lot of important new features, starting with native iPad support. The update also includes new iOS-only channels, bug fixes, and more.

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Best App.net apps for iPhone: Riposte, Netbot, and Felix!

Looking for the absolute best iPhone apps in the App Store? You've come to the right place! App.net provides a ton of different services, including the Alpha micro-blogging platform that works just like Twitter but with a larger character limit and a business model that's far more friendly to developers and people in general. All of that has combined to make App.net a nerd-oasis on the internet and on the iPhone. There are lots of different App.net apps on the App Store each with their own unique strengths and weaknesses. But which ones are the very best?

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IFTTT reactivates Twitter Triggers

IFTTT - the web site and corresponding iOS app that lets you create connections and actions involving the different web services you use - has announced the reinstatement of four Twitter Triggers.

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IFTTT goes mobile, wants to do your Internet heavy lifting for you

IFTTT (If This Then That) has been trying to automate your Internet life via the browser for a while now, but the service has finally gone mobile with the launch of their first app for iPhone. In addition to the ton of services that IFTTT already supports, bringing it to the iPhone opens up three new channels for users, by allowing integration with the iOS Reminders app, as well as Contacts and Photos.

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