SMART CONDITIONS AND ACTIONS
A platform built for home automation and more
Delays between actions
Specify a delay for each one of your actions in a custom routine for your home with no code.
Apilio lets you daisy-chain IFTTT applets, Tuya actions, Philips Hue actions, webhook actions, and you can setup a different delay for each action in the sequence.
Advanced execution modes
With our "warning" mode, you'll be notified before a routine runs. Perfect for those routines that are not very frequent and you'd like to be in the loop.
With the "suggestion" mode, Apilio will notify you to indicate there is a routine that could be run, but only if you authorise it. This is great for those routines that you'd like to manually control.
Multiple actions and multiple triggers
Build powerful routines that combine all your devices and services.
With Apilio you'll be able to combine multiple triggers so your routine will execute only under your chosen conditions.
You'll also be able to run multivalent logic that controls several devices and services.
Complex condition definitions
Apilio lets you create complex conditions that combine information from different IFTTT applets and Tuya (Smart Life) device, as well as time conditions and any information you can get via our API or webhooks interfaces.
Setup a routine that runs based on a chain of different triggers, such as: if it's dark outside and you get home, turn on the kitchen lights.
Time conditions with cron expressions
Specify exactly when your logic should be executed at home. You can setup sunset/sunrise triggers, or 30 minutes before sunrise at your location for handy automations.
With cron, you can be extra specific and setup conditions that run, say, every 5 minutes or only run on the first Monday and Thursday of April and May.
Timeouts and Delays
Conditions can be fine-tuned with Apilio, allowing you control that you won't find other in mainstream platforms.
Add a timeout to reset the condition back to false after a while. This is useful for devices such as motion sensors.
Add a delay to the condition to prevent false positives in situations such as spotty WiFi signal.