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Misfit launches $20 Flash Link fitness tracker, remote control app

07/17, 6:58am

Misfit Link app turns fitness trackers into programmable button

Wearable device producer Misfit is making two changes to its product range, both in terms of hardware and software. The existing fitness trackers now have a new Misfit Link app that turns the wearable into a remote control, while the Flash Link is a wearable device that works with the Link app out of the box, and offers some of the functionality of the current Flash fitness band while also lowering the overall cost to end users.

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Misfit update adds HealthKit, smart home integrations to Flash tracker

06/16, 11:32am

New dashboard, Logitech Home Hub integrations available for Misfit Flash today

An update from Misfit is making its wearable devices more useful, both in terms of fitness tracking and for smart homes. A new dashboard and new app integration will help users track their health, while other additional integrations effectively turns the trackers into a simple remote control, triggering various smart home interactions and other online activities by simply pressing a button on the wearable item.

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Amazon Echo gains extra abilities with new IFTTT channel

05/04, 6:58am

Alexa assistant can trigger commands in other apps via IFTTT

Amazon Echo network-connected speaker and Alexa virtual assistant has been updated with the ability to make and receive commands through If This Then That (IFTTT). The new Amazon Alexa IFTTT Channel allows users to set new commands or "recipes" for the device to follow, expanding its functionality to work with a large number of well-known online services.

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Hands On: Do Button, Do Camera, Do Note (iOS)

02/19, 5:18pm

Three new apps exploit the power of IFTTT

If you use IFTTT, then not only do you know it's great but you also know what it stands for. If This Then That is an exceptional online service, that is now also a trio of apps: Do Button, Do Camera, and Do Note. If IFTTT is still the tool of the same people who use RSS -- so not exactly geeks, but at least geek-inclined -- then these apps might be what brings it to everyone else.

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Briefly: Gmail for iOS update, EverWeb for Mac 1.5

07/25, 12:56am

Gmail for iOS now leverages Google Drive directly for archiving and attachments

Google has updated its Gmail for iOS (free) to allow users to leverage the company's Google Drive in two new ways: users can now save attachments in emails directly to Google Drive, and users can now access Google Drive directly from within the Gmail app to add attachments to outgoing messages. The update to version 3.14159 (yes, pi) also gives users more options with account management, such as deciding which of their Gmail account is seen without removing other accounts, and changing the Gmail profile pic.

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Briefly: Oyster for web, mobile web browsers, IFTTT's Square channel

07/24, 12:41pm

E-book subscription service Oyster launches web and mobile web reader

Oyster, an e-book subscription service, has announced its launch of new web and mobile web readers. The expansion marks its second new platform in the past month (with the first launch specifically for Android users in June). Pages in the web reader will scroll smoothly from top to bottom, with five reader themes to select from. Oyster is partnered with over 1,600 publishers, and offers access to a diverse library for $10 per month.

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Briefly: IFTTT adds iOS Photos, RunKeeper gains M7 support

11/07, 1:39pm

IFTTT introduces iOS Photos, Reminders compatibility

Productivity app IFTTT (pronounced like 'gift' without the 'g') has released its latest update, version 1.2. IFTTT allows users to enter formulaic commands (called 'Recipes') to complete tasks between apps and web services (called 'Channels'). Version 1.2 has introduced Actions for iOS Photos and Reminders, as well as a new Feedback button within Settings. The background syncing has been improved for iOS 7, and new swipe gestures have been added. IFTTT is available on iTunes for free download.

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Automated action service IFTTT launches native iPhone app

07/11, 9:46am

Includes extra photo, contact, reminder actions

Formerly web-only service If This Then That (IFTTT) has released a native iPhone app. The web service is able to automate a number of online actions via simple conditional statements known as "recipes." Action points can be linked to other online services -- such as Craigslist, Dropbox, Etsy, Evernote, or Gmail -- as well as things like personal email or the date and time.

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Philips Hue lighting adds location-based geofencing, IFTTT programming

05/14, 3:39pm

Update available for existing systems

Philips has introduced a downloadable update for its Hue lighting system. Version 1.1 brings several location-based features, referred to as "geofencing," that enable multicolor Hue bulbs to be automatically turned on or off or change color when residents approach or leave their home, without requiring preprogrammed scheduling.

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