The latest financing round included participation from existing investor Andreessen Horowitz and increases total outside funding for the company to $39m, according to VentureWire.
Norwest general partner Josh Goldman joins the board as part of the deal.
The company is now said to have a value of at least $200m.
Ifttt was founded in 2010 and named after the acronym If This, Then That.
Users can create their own rules or choose from more than 14 million so-called recipe cards on Ifttt’s website.These include actions such as automatically downloading Facebook photos people are tagged in or getting a notification when a space station passes overhead.
In July Norwest was among the biggest investors in a $43.6m financing round for application-to-person text message provider mBlox.
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