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Agent San Francisco, CA

Agent is a set of tools that uses your context to help you throughout the day. Agent’s use of context based triggers completely eliminates the need for you to have to repetitively open up your phone. For example, Agent knows when you’re walking into a meeting, and will silence your phone for you. Agent is triggered by bluetooth. It can be configured to silence your phone, read SMS messages aloud, auto respond to texters and callers to let them know you’re driving (editable message), only respond to your own hand-picked list, reply to those not in your contact list, allow only urgent calls and messages through when you’re sleeping, save your battery and remember where you’ve parked.

Website: http://www.tryagent.com
Category: Electronics
Tags: app, automate, bluetooth, mobile, phone, trigger
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Zapier Mountain View, CA

Zapier lets you easily connect the web apps you use, making it easy to automate tedious tasks. Here's an example of a Zap: "When I receive a new email in Gmail, send me an SMS message." The first part (receiving a new email) is the trigger. The second part (sending an SMS message) is the action. You can create Zaps like these using over 200 web apps without knowing anything about code. Once you've made a Zap, Zapier will run it for you automatically without any additional effort on your part. You can monitor activity in your dashboard, manage your connected accounts, and turn Zaps on and off anytime you want. With Zapier taking care of repetitive tasks, you get to focus on the exciting business challenges that need your attention.

Website: https://zapier.com
Category: Design
Tags: apps, automate, connect apps, connection, mobile, trigger, triggering
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IFTTT San Francisco, CA

IFTTT enables users to create and share "Recipes" that fit the simple statement: "if this then that". The “this” part of a Recipe is called a Trigger. Some example Triggers are “I’m tagged in a photo on Facebook” or “I check in on Foursquare”. The “that” part of a Recipe is called an Action. Some example Actions are “send me a text message” or “create a status message on Facebook”. The combination of a Trigger and an Action from a user's active channels are called Recipes. The service offers Triggers and Actions for 80 channels, such as Twitter, Foursquare, Flickr, and Box.

Website: www.ifttt.com
Category: Design, Social
Tags: connect applications, connections, social, trigger, triggering
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