Popular web service IFTTT has updated its app to version 1.2.0, introducing new actions for iOS Photos and Reminders. IFTTT is designed to allow customers to connect and combine different apps and services like Facebook, Evernote, Dropbox, and more, to create automated "recipes" using "if this then that" protocols.

With the new update, recipes can incorporate both Apple's Photos app and its Reminders app, allowing users to perform actions like automatically saving liked Instagram photos to an iPhone photo album or emailing a to-do list of tasks stored within the Reminders app.

In addition to support for Reminders and iPhone albums, the app also includes a new Feedback button, improved background sync for devices running iOS 7, and new swipe gestures.

iOS Recipes just got a lot more powerful. Now IFTTT can add photos directly to your iPhone albums and create new to-do's in Reminders!

- Introducing Actions for iOS Photos and Reminders
- New Feedback button in your Settings
- Vastly improved background sync for iOS 7
- Beautified your feed just a touch
- Added swipe gestures for iOS 7
- Kicking bugs and taking names

IFTTT currently supports 72 different "Channels," including various apps and web services. Channels can be combined in hundreds of ways with the new Reminders and Photo app integration, allowing for countless different recipes.

IFTTT can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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