Popular web service IFTTT (If this, then that) announced an upcoming beta program for Android earlier today. Shortly after the beta program was announced, IFTTT deleted their post on Google+. Having an official Android app for IFTTT would allow IFTTT to perform actions based on received text messages, GPS location, photos, and more.
Their original post included a link to a Google Sheets Form for potential beta testers to complete. We’ve reached out to IFTTT to find out why the form was deleted. It’s quite possible they received enough beta inquiries to fit their needs and deleted the post to nix the sign-up process before they were overwhelmed.
The IFTTT for Android beta form included the following questions:
- What is the model of your Android device?
- What version of Android is your devi...