After lots of beta testing, Tasker has now received the 1.3 update to the release version. This is a rather major update, not just in the sense of Tasker, but for all of Android, as well. That might sound like an overstatement, but honestly, how often does an app receive an update that allows the user to create fully functional Android apps right on the device, with no coding skill required?
I already covered that feature back in the beta hands-on, but I’ve used it a lot more since then. It’s no small feat to be able to do what the Tasker developer has done here, and the beta testing phase showed just how many weird ways something can go wrong when creating a feature this revolutionary. Those issues should be all ironed out now though, or the app wouldn’t have been released to the public. With the app export feature, you can either export existing Tasker setups as apps, or create new ones that are better suited to be standalone apps. An example of one such app can be found here. The exported apps work fully independently of Tasker.
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