After Olympics pilot, IFTTT launches ESPN channel to help you track sports, teams, scores and more

After Olympics pilot, IFTTT launches ESPN channel to help you track sports, teams, scores and more

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New Today, IFTTT is announcing a partnership with ESPN to offer triggers for breaking sports news surrounding teams and more. The new channel uses ESPN’s API and offers new ways for sports lovers to stay up to date via any outlet they choose. We’ve covered the cool digital glue service IFTTT...
After Olympics pilot, IFTTT launches ESPN channel to help you track sports, teams, scores and more
                                       

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