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from Lifehacker

How to Make Your iOS Notifications Smarter with IFTTT

iOS notifications are great for keeping you up to date with whatever's happening in your apps, but they get overwhelming quickly. With If This Then That, you can now refine those notifications so they're less intrusive, smarter, and more useful. Here's how.

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We always forget to track our expenses. But Moneytor solves this problem. Our app tracks your banks SMS notifications and automatically track them. And if you still are too lazy to track the rest, the app will send some of your money to charity organizati…

We always forget to track our expenses. But Moneytor solves this problem. Our app tracks your banks SMS notifications and automatically track them. And if you still are too lazy to track the rest, the app will send some of your money to charity organizati…

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iOS 10 notifications look the same, but work a lot differently - CNET - https://www.aivanet.com/2016/07/ios-10-notifications-look-the-same-but-work-a-lot-differently-cnet/

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from Mashable

5 WhatsApp settings to change right now

From making your iOS notifications more private to hiding your "last seen" status, our tweaks will take you up a level.

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Female predator ——HumanHunter, mist XG on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/0eRw5?utm_campaign=notify&utm_medium=email&utm_source=notifications_mailer

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from Engadget

Pebble watch pulls all notifications from the iPhone, but only if you jailbreak

Will the anticipated iWatch help kids with time management, planning, and attention skills? Pebble watch pulls all notifications from the iPhone, but only with jailbreak

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from Digital Trends

15 deliciously fun IFTTT recipes for iPhone and iPad

IFTTT Recipe: Rain tomorrow? Get an iOS Notification connects weather to ios-notifications

Ticwatch 2 team clarifies which apps its Kickstarter smartwatch will initially support The team beyond Ticwatch 2 the Chinese smartwatch project that has crossed $1.5 million on Kickstarter has confirmed whichapps and services its wearable device will initiallysupport. Mobvoi the Google-backed company behind the project uses its ownmodified version of Android to powerthe $139 watch rather than Android Wear. That means that it cannot support all the regular apps you might expect from an…