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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A couple of months ago I wrote about the upcoming CommBadge “Bluetooth badge”, a small Bluetooth speakerphone you can clip to your shirt, and how
Disclaimer: The Tasker PAI series is a series of Tasker articles “Provided As Is“. They are marked as such because there’s an above average likelihood that something
Some features of Android are impossible to control even with root, for what Google tends to call security purposes. Controlling which app should be the
A month and a half ago, I posted a guide to AutoVoice. At that point I didn’t think I was going to end up using
One of the things I wanted to make perfectly clear when I decided to add a part 0 to my beginner’s guide to Tasker is that
This particular tip comes courtesy of the AutoVoice developer himself, and is another step in the right direction for being able to use AutoVoice for
Alarm clock apps have become fairly sophisticated, giving you all sorts of options for smooth wake ups, volume, snooze features, work days, and so on.
As most Tasker users will know, the relationship between contexts in multi-context profiles is that of AND, not OR. This means all contexts have to
Tasker has built-in features for gaining access to information from text messages and the phone, but email is a bit more elusive. Part of the
Tasker’s Say action allows you to use a Text To Speech engine to generate speech based on text input. It’s one of the most useful