updated 12:53 pm EDT, Thu April 3, 2014
Delivers push notifications based on IFTTT conditions
Service-linking website IFTTT (If This Then That) has updated its iOS app with its first-ever iPad support, and more significantly, its entire platform with support for iOS push notifications. That means that any recipe can now trigger notifications on an iOS device. If a weather service is forecasting a storm for tomorrow, for example, the IFTTT app can display an alert. Most recipes are said to refresh every 15 minutes, though notifications should become faster as more people use them.
The updated app also includes a section called Recipe Collections. These gather together curated recipes, making it easier to find recipes suited to particular interests, like travel, nature, or photography. Users must have a device running iOS 6 or later.