The Android App modules allow you to monitor events performed by your Android phone and/or perform various actions using your Android phone device.
In order to use the Android App with Integromat, it is necessary to have the Android app installed. To install the app please follow instructions in the Integromat for Android Installation article.
Before you start building the scenario using the Android app modules, it is necessary to set up particular functions on your Integromat for Android app to allow the app access to your phone's corresponding functions.
|Synchronize events in the order they were created||This option allows you to keep the synchronization order even if the scenario is not available. No new events are processed until the first event in the queue is processed.|
|Send photos only over WiFi||When enabled, photos will be sent only when your device is connected to the Internet via WiFi. It prevents high data consumption when connected via the mobile data network.|
|Send new photos to Integromat||When enabled, every time a photo is taken, the app sends the photo to Integromat and triggers the New Photo module.|
|Allow Integromat to import photos to the device||Enable this option to allow the use of the Save a Photo module.|
|Take photo||Allows you to use the Take a Photo module.|
|Track GPS location||Allows you to use the Watch location changes module that is triggered when the device changes location. Use the Change button to define the distance that has to be changed to trigger the event.|
|Entered/left area||Activate this function to send information when the device enters and/or leaves the specified area to the Watch entrances to/exits from a geofence area module.
Please note that you have to spend a couple of minutes outside/inside the geofence area to trigger this function.
|Wifi connected event||This function triggers the WiFi connection module in your scenario when the device connects to the WiFi network.|
|Wifi disconnected event||This function triggers the WiFi disconnection module when the device disconnects from the WiFi network.|
|Enable WiFi||This function allows you to use the Enable Wifi module in your scenario.|
|Disable WiFi||This function allows you to use the Disable Wifi module in your scenario.|
|Bluetooth enabled||This function triggers the Watch Bluetooth activations module in your scenario when the Bluetooth is enabled on your device.|
|Bluetooth disabled||This function triggers the Watch Bluetooth Deactivations module in your scenario when the Bluetooth is disabled on your device.|
|Device connected||This function triggers the Watch connections from Bluetooth Devices module in your scenario when your Bluetooth device connects to another device.|
|Device disconnected||This function triggers the Watch Disconnections from Bluetooth Devices module in your scenario when your Bluetooth device disconnects from another device.|
|Enable bluetooth||This function allows you to use the Enable Bluetooth module in your scenario to turn on Bluetooth on your device.|
|Disable bluetooth||This function allows you to use Disable Bluetooth module in your scenario to turn off Bluetooth on your device.|
|Incoming call||This function triggers the Watch Incoming Calls module in your scenario when your device registers an incoming call.|
|Incoming call ended||This function triggers the Watch Completed Incoming Calls module in your scenario when an incoming call is finished.|
|Outgoing call||This function triggers the Watch Outgoing Calls module in your scenario when your device makes an outgoing call.|
|Outgoing call ended||This function triggers the Watch Completed Outgoing Calls module in your scenario when an outgoing call is finished.|
|Prepare phone call||
This function allows you to use the Prepare a Phone Call module in your scenario to display the pre-defined phone number in the phone's dialer app.
|Make Call||This function allows you to use the Make a Call module in your scenario to dial the phone number specified in the Make a Call module.|
|Change ringmode||This function allows you to use the Change a Ring Mode module in your scenario to switch the ring mode between silent, vibration, and loud ring modes.|
|New SMS received||This function triggers the Watch Text Messages module in your scenario when your device receives an SMS.|
|New SMS sent||This function triggers the Sent SMS module in your scenario when your device sends an SMS.|
|Send SMS||This function allows you to use the Send Text Message module in your scenario to send a text message. The recipient number and the text message content must be entered into the respective fields of the Send Text Message module.|
This function allows you to use the Open a Web Browser module in your scenario to open a specified URL address in a web browser on your device.
|Close websites||This function allows you to use the Close a Web Browser module in your scenario to close a web browser on your device.|
You can run the Integromat scenario by tapping the button created in the Android app.
The button can be placed as a widget on your Android desktop screen.
1. Open the Integromat for Android app.
2. Tap on the Buttons option.
3. Tap the My first button button.
4. Enter the name for your button and ID (you will need this for your Integromat module), and specify the button properties if needed.
Save the button by tapping the Save option in the top-right corner.
5. Go to the Integromat scenario and add the Watch Button module to the first position in your scenario.
6. Select the device where you have created the button and enter the ID of the button.
7. Go back to your Integromat for Android app and tap the button you have created.
The Watch Button module in your scenario is triggered. Now, you can use this function to trigger your scenarios via the mobile device.
1. Tap and hold your finger anywhere on your Android screen to open the Manage Home menu.
Tap on the Apps & widgets option.
2. Open the Widgets tab.
3. Find the Integromat app.
4. Touch and hold the Integromat widget to pick it up. Then move to the desired phone screen and release it.
5. The button (or buttons) are now placed on your Android screen and ready to execute the scenario.
If you experience an issue with the app, send us a bug report:
This should make the app request the required scope for the SMS received.