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Top 10 Open-source Zapier/IFTTT alternatives

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Many question in the automation world comes, the most question that comes up a lot more than any question is which tool should I use to automate my processes?

The answer depends on what you are trying to do? But in general IFTTT is more for personal stuff and Zapier is more for business.

With IFTTT, we have got the Alexa devices, speakers, and light bulbs fully automated.

However, Zapier's helps you to connect your apps and automate workflows and data exchange among these apps. As an example, automate your posts to Twitter and Facebook or even automate your Instagram process (posts, likes, comments).

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