[Manilla is closing down as of July 1](https://www.manilla.com/announcement/). It was a good service, but I’m not entirely surprised. I tried it for a while before switching to [FileThis](https://filethis.com/). I think FileThis is better for two reasons.
One is because it let me automagically download everything to Dropbox. While Dropbox could (theoretically) go away at any time, I’ll still have the local copies of my data.
The other thing FileThis has going for it is it’s not free. Ultimately, servers and bandwidth and employees cost money. I feel much safer relying on a service I can pay for, knowing I’m supporting my usage. IFTTT, I’m looking at you.
IFTTT on iOS used 7.5GB of cellular data – iphone usage | Ask MetaFilter:
An IFTTT user found that the IFTTT app used 7.5Gb of data… despite only having two recipes (a weather one and a photo screenshot one). When he inquired of them as there wasn’t any corresponding huge chunks of data he could see, IFTTT’s twitter responded:
So now I’m wondering are there other IFTTT channels that will beat the heck out of my cellular data plan?
I love IFTTT, and I hope they correct this quickly because right now this just reeks of being a stupid decision on their part.
Update: As I was typing, I looked – both the Android and iOS Photo channels now say that they upload all the photos. Not sure if it said that before though.
>Nomorobo stops those unwanted calls in their tracks, so you don’t have to put up with them any longer.
Interesting approach to solving robocalls if your phone provider supports simultaneous rings. Vonage apparently does so I guess I’m going to give it a try.