Tasker is an automation app for Android. It allows you to do all sorts of things, from automating everyday tasks to creating your own Android apps from within the app. It has a thousand uses, so our coverage of it is quite extensive.
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Being bilingual can be a curse at times. I have BT headset (LG Tone) which I often use when cycling, to listen to the music.
Easy Tasker home profile With an array of sensors available on your mobile, creating a Tasker home profile is easy. Having one that is easy on
What can we do with Tasker? You are reading this post, because you are not a programmer, and you would like to do something, that
Most elements in Tasker can be interacted with by tapping on them, or long pressing. This will enable additional settings and properties, import/export menu, copy
Tasker – How does it work? Tasker runs quietly in the background, monitoring all activities performed on your mobile device. User created profiles contain conditions
For those who entered to be a reviewer, some news… got two companies talking over the concept. Thus far the compromise I have been asked
Tasker has been yanked from the Play Store with the warning given to the developer that it’s a dangerous product due to potential for abuse of
This article covers how I used Tasker in conjunction with AutoRemote and EventGhost to create an event that locks your Windows workstation when you walk away. Backstory For
Something I’ve had happening a lot lately is blowing through my Bluetooth in-car speakerphone’s battery in a day due to my phone not disconnecting when I