IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement: If This Then That IFTTT (abbreviation of "If This Then That" ) pronounced like “gift” without the “g”, is a website where many other web applications (e.g. Gmail, Evernote, Instagram, Dropbox, etc.)are gathered together through simple conditional statements known as "Recipes" and then IFTTT carrys out actions if user gives a certain standard. For example, if a user update a certain hashtag which has been set previously to Twitter, then IFTTT can directly post that update to the user's LinkedIn profile. Or if a user's photo is tagged by someone on Facebook, he/she can find that photo has been added into his/her cloud storage immediately. IFTTT was created by Linden Tibbets, Jesse Tane and the co-founder, Alexander in San Francisco, California and was launched in September 2011. Today, IFTTT recipes are widely used and shared by users. Seeing basic 15 million recipes are used everyday, developers are delighted with the growing popularity of IFTTT. As they introduce more services, the number will grow without doubt. In addition to its default web-based application, IFTTT released a version of the service for iPhone in July 2013. IFTTT for iPhone adds three exclusive channels: iOS Photos, Reminders and Contacts. A version for iPad and the iOS Notifications Channel was introduced in April 3, 2014. And an Android version of the app was released on April 24, 2014.