Users can access IFTTT via the mydlink Home app, which can be used for devices including D-Link’s Wi-Fi Smart Plug, Motion Sensor and Wi-Fi Siren.
IFTTT enables users to create and use “recipes”, applying to a range of tasks across the connected devices.
“Our implementation of IFTTT has been growing for some time, with the goal of enabling users to integrate and expand their home automation system with other devices and services,” D-Link ANZ managing director Graeme Reardon commented.
“With the integration of IFTTT into the mydlink Home ecosystem, users can easily enhance and expand control of their home using IFTTT recipes to trigger a variety of actions, creating an automated home designed to fit their specific needs.
“Integrating with IFTTT opens up a world of possibilities and provides users with unprecedented control over their mydlink Home experience. There’s also the added bonus and emphasis of ease of use built in from the ground up.”
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