IF for Android is already pretty awesome. Today it’s getting an awesome new battery-monitoring channel. Now you can tie IFTTT actions to triggers like charging your phone, when your battery gets low, or when you remove it from the charger. Plus, you can now toggle settings like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
As with most new channel launches, there are already several recipes you can put together you can try out right now. You can do simple things like turning off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth when your battery gets too low, or more complex things like recording every time your battery is low in a Google spreadsheet.
The company has also added some new features to the Android channel like toggling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (if the previous recipes didn’t make that obvious) or controlling your music. While we love Tasker, IF is much easier to use on Android and as its capabilities grow, it’s only looking better as an Android automation tool.
Introducing the Android Battery Channel and more [IFTTT Blog]