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IFTTT Launches the Do Camera App for Shooting and Sharing Photos with ‘Recipes’



The web service IFTTT (short for “If This Then That”) has launched a new camera app called Do Camera. It’s a simple little program that lets you personalize how your camera works and what happens to your photos after they’re snapped.

Everything in the app is centered around the idea of “Recipes,” or features that connect the cameras to hundreds of external services such as social networks, cloud storage, communication, popular websites, and more.


You can add 3 Recipes to your camera at a time and swipe between them to quickly change how your camera handles photos after they’re snapped.


For example, you can have a recipe automatically upload a photo to a particular album in your Facebook account. Another recipe can send photos to your family through Gmail. A third can beam images to a particular group chat you’re in.




You can get Do Camera as a free download from the iTunes App Store and from Google Play.