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Flic Platforms

tick-square iPad
tick-square iPhone
tick-square Linux
tick-square Mac
tick-square Android

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Flic Overview

Flic lets you create shortcuts to everything your smartphone can do. Snoozing alarms, sending emails or texts, control your smart home peripherals such as LIFX, Philips Hue, WeMo.

You create a chain of one or more actions that can be executed from your phones lock screen or using the physical Flic button.

List of third party integrations:
LIFX
Philips Hue
WeMo
Lightify
Spotify
Chromecast
Runkeeper
Yo
Gmail
Harmony Hub
Jawbone
Sonos

Please note: the app requires the Flic hardware smart button.

Flic Features

tick-square IFTTT integration

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Flic Tags

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