Google’s cool OnHub router (no, really, it’s pretty neat for a router) now supports IFTTT, letting you automate just about anything connected in your home. IFTTT lets users create ‘recipes’ that trigger actions based on initiators. When you arrive home, your phone may connect to Wi-Fi via OnHub. From there, it can do things like turn on connect Hue lights or send a message to your roommates or significant other that you’re home. Of course, OnHub’s IFTTT recipes must be created manually, so there’s a bit of legwork involved. IFTTT was always a workaround for direct automation, but it’s even…

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