Stringify is a thoughtful automation service for the Internet of Things (IoT) with award-winning apps in both iOS and Android. Recently Stringify has been acquired by Comcast. It allows people to connect all their physical products and digital services together in one place so they can take better care of themselves, their families and their homes. Building powerful automation has never been more convenient. It works with 500+ products and services including Nest, Philips Hue, Ring, Amazon Alexa, Honeywell, Insteon, LIFX, Netgear and Google. The cloud-based platform gives its customers anytime/anywhere access with no hardware required.
Stringify connects with IFTTT
It’s possible you may have already heard, but the two leading platforms that allow your IOT devices to talk to each other – Stringify and IFTTT – now work together. By combining the broad portfolio of services from IFTTT with Stringify’s deep automation technology suite, users get the best of both worlds.
What does this mean? Basically, you can now include IFTTT in your StringifyFlows and Stringify in your IFTTT Applets. In both cases, the associated services can acts as both triggers or actions.
After authenticating on both services, simply set up and enable your Stringify Flow first using IFTTT as a trigger or an action. Then, as you create your IFTTT applet, the Flow name will appear in a drop down menu as you configure the action or trigger in the Stringify service.
Note: IFTTT Applets cannot be selected in StringifyFlows.
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