If This Then That (IFTTT), the service that lets users automate tasks from a long list of other mobile apps and web services, is about to launch two apps for Apple Watch.
Do Button, its iOS app for controlling hardware and software connected to the service with a single tap, and Do Note, a notepad app that uses IFTTT to save and share to other services like Google Calendar, Evernote, and Twitter, will both be receiving updates for Apple Watch by tomorrow.
With Do Button, users will be able to use IFTTT’s “recipes” to automate things like setting a Nest Thermostat to a desired temperature or turning off app controlled devices like Philips Hue with a single tap. Do Note will let users dictate notes from their wrist and automatically save or share to their favorite IFTTT connected service.
IFTTT is also bringing its Do apps to iPad— Do Note, Do Button, and Do Camera— after first releasing them on iPhone back in February on the iPhone. to the iPad.