When comparing MyProfiles vs IFTTT, the Slant community recommends IFTTT for most people. In the question“What are the best Android apps for making your phone automatically perform certain actions based on set criteria?” IFTTT is ranked 3rd while MyProfiles is ranked 5th.
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Pro Works with the vast majority of system settings
It can change lots of settings on your phone, for example you can use MyProfiles to put the phone on silent at the times in the week or locations you shouldn't be disturbed. You can set an exception group from your Android contacts so that important people can still reach you. You can use it to put your phone into airplane mode overnight to save batteries, or when you have a meeting scheduled in your calendar.
Pro Profiles are activated based on a variety of parameters
Profiles can be activated based on a specific location, calendar event, battery status, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, screen, etc.
Pro Comes with 6 default profiles
The default profiles available are normal, sleep, outdoor, online, offline and driving. Profiles control notifications, display settings, wireless settings, general settings, and launching/closing application settings (just to name a few).
Pro Very configurable & Flexible
Pro Extremely simple
While this app can complete complex tasks, it is very easy to use.
Con Recipes aren't guaranteed to work
Sometimes recipes don't work as expected, or fail to launch completely.
Con Limits only one action per trigger
Instead of allowing users to have a large amount of actions launch based off of one trigger, the limit is only 1:1.