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IFTTT List of Discontinued Services (Full List)

IFTTT List of Discontinued Services (Full List)

Do you want to build a spreadsheet that tracks your spending habits? Do you want to get a text whenever the International Space Station is flying overhead?

If your answer is yes, then you use IFTTT to do that! IFTTT stands for If, This, Then, That which is an integral part of making all of your automation dreams come true.

Unfortunately, with all the services you can do with IFTTT, there are a ton that has been removed in the past couple of years.

In this article, I am going to go over some of the IFTTT services that are no longer supported. You should note that this does not mean that services like Gmail, eBay, SmartLife, etc listed are inactive.

Keep reading to find out!

Removed IFTTT Integration

Almond
Amdocs Connected Home
AnyMote
Aros
Arrayent devkit
ArtikCloud
Automatic/Automatic Pro – Automatic gave you OBD2 readings from your car. Could have been powerful with IFTTT.
Base
BMW Labs
Brainium
Bright
Bttn – ‘Awwww Button’
Circle
Classifieds
Concierge
Dash
EagleEye NuboCam
eBay
Eggminder
Ello
EVE for Subaru
EVE for Tesla
Everynett
Facebook Messenger – Imagine millions of Facebook messenger strings filling up your database.
FCU conversation events
Flock
Fortinet
GetSafe
Gmail – Huge Impact, people use Gmail for everything.
Google Photos – This is a major one. Maybe for our best interests
GreenIQ
Guardzilla
Hive Motion Sensor – Rolled into larger Hive services
Hive Window or Door Sensor
Homeboy
ICQ – Do people still use ICQ?
iDrate
iLight
ilumi
Imou/Easy4IP
Innogy
Instawell
Jibo
Kaufland
Keenai
Kuri
LinkedIn
Linn
LSPXP1
Lumenari
Luxafor
MateVerse
MeisterTask
Melissa
Message Bird
Microbees
MicroBot Alert
MicroBot Push
MicroBot Push for Prota
Minut
Mirabella Geniodiscontinued last May 26, 2020. “Mirabella Genio is telling its customers to use the ‘Automation’ and ‘Tap to Run’ by tapping ‘Smart’ on our Genio App.” Mirabella Genio is based out of Australia and has a ton of cool Smart Home Products to choose from.
Motion Blinds
mydlink Homediscontinued last December 1, 2020. This means those nice water leak sensors, smart plugs, motion sensors, sirens… no more.
MyWakes
NanoGW
Nightingale
Nimbus – Screen Capture Tool
NIU
Ooler
Piper
Pivot Power Genius
Plum
Polar3D
Porkfolio – maybe since Wink was done, Porkfolio had to follow.
Printhug
Prota
Qblinks Qmote
Quartz
RankWYZ
Relay
Safeland
Securmate
Seeed
Seeed Wio
Sens8
Skreens
Skydrop
Slice
SmartLife – [July 6, 2020] OK. SmartLife was removed end of May 2020, and now they are back. Yeah, all those are powered by Tuya.
Smartika
Spotter
Stringify– Bought by Comcast and later removed the service
Surfline
Telia Zone
Thermostat
Ticatag
Time Tracker
TxHash
WallyHome
Wattio GATE
Whaller
Wink Shortcuts – we all know what Wink did!
Workflow – acquired By Apple and turned into Shortcuts
XY Findables
Yalp
List of Removed IFTTT services (limited and not inclusive)

What are the list of services that work with IFTTT?

Do people still use IFTTT?

Yes, people are still using IFTTT. In fact, it is still present in emails and other web-based tasks.

Most people think it is a useful tool in business automation due to its myriad of features and its compatibility with other platforms like Google Home.

If you’re curious about how much IFTTT costs, you should read this article!

Is IFTTT a security risk?

Like any other app, it is important to take precautions to safeguard your data.

Once you lose your device, someone can control any service that is connected to the IFTTT app. For that reason, it is important to enabling two-step verification in the account setting.

Nevertheless, if you’re a responsible user, I don’t think the IFTTT app has a security risk.

As we’re talking about risks, I have attached the video below that talks about the gaps IFTTT is going to face in terms of products and services. Watch it!

WATCH & LEARN: The Big Threat that IFTTT is Facing

Conclusion

IFTTT is one of the most convenient tools to use for integrating smart services into home automation. It’s certainly one of the best tools to use for improving communication and productivity in business.

I want to know your’re experiences with IFTTT, please feel free to share.

Alan

Saturday 13th of June 2020

I'm sorry that your routines have been messed up. I hope that the actual app that supplied the services you use filled in the gaps.

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