Apilio's building blocks
These store states: information from your devices and services.
For example, you can store whether you are at home or at work. If it's currently daytime or nighttime... This information is then used by the rest of the logic configuration.
These are questions we ask our variables to check their status: are you home? Are you at work? Is it daytime or nighttime?
Depending on the answer to the condition, Apilio goes ahead running a specific routine.
These define the logic of your routine: they include all the actions Apilio should fire out if the conditions are met.
Are you currently at work and it is daytime? You could have a logicblock that lowers your home heating to save energy.
Works on the cloud
You won't need to buy a physical hub to use Apilio: it works completely on the cloud!
Thanks to our platform integrations, you'll be able to combine your smart devices and services to create logic just how you want it.
Here's what you can do with apilio
If this then that and, 30 minutes later, that.
Control the timing of your actions. You can even specify individual delays for each one them.
If this and this and this, then that and that.
Your logicblocks can combine multiple triggers and actions to create bespoke routines. Get all your devices talking to one another!
If this and this or this and this, then that.
Truly custom routines should take into account many different variables. Now you can create bespoke logic to fire your routine just when you want it to.
Apilio can let you know before it runs your logic so you'll be warned a routine is about to get executed, or even give you the option to acknowledge a routine before it gets started.Learn more
Set it and forget it
Apilio is low-maintenance and reliable: set up your custom logic and it will continue to run on the cloud, seamlessly powering all your automations.Get started
A great addition to IFTTT
More than 600 brands are integrated with IFTTT, including Apilio.
With our service, you can create powerful custom logic that makes all these brands' devices work in concert.