If You Love IFTTT Then This Connected Hardware bttn May Push Your Buttons
May 28,2014 0 Comments
Internet connection and automation service IFTTT, which joins the dots between different Internet services and mobile OS components to create recipes to do things automatically for you, is awesome-sauce for the tech savvy.
But for those who might not be quite so comfortable putting in place a sequence of digital acrobatics that improves their existence on the fly here’s a hardware alternative, called bttn, which aims to make a particular digital recipe available to anyone at the push of a physical button.
bttn, which is launching today on pre-order (for €69), is a physical, Internet-connected button (aka the bttn) that can be pressed in order to trigger a particular action. The bttn talks to Finnish startup The Button Corporation’s servers via SMS, cellular data or Wi-Fi to execute the pre-set command, and is battery or micro USB-cable powered. The pre-set command can be customised via a browser.
What exactly can be customised via bttn?
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