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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My Tasker-created todo list is one of my most used Tasker creations, and I’ve occasionally used it as an example in posts and written about
Variables in Tasker are hard enough to grasp already, and then arrays show up to make it even harder. That’s a pity, since both are vital for
Nelly is the name I gave my Tasker voice assistant back when I made it last year. She’s made cameos in other posts since then,
One of the most important differences between console games and PC games for me is mods. Some of the biggest titles out there, like Skyrim,
Of the 120 or so Tasker posts on the site (the most important of which are available here), the vast majority of them are written
I’ve had my Sony Smartwatch MN2 for a couple of months now, and posted several articles about it or that mention it. Now that I
AutoVoice has a few different built in variables, including an array that contains all the individual words in the recognized command, i.e. %avword1, %avword2 etc.
Here’s a quick and simple way to tweet to Twitter from Tasker, and it even supports photos!
AutoShortcut might be more subtle in its usefulness than some of its more famous AutoSiblings, but it’s nonetheless a great tool to have in your Tasker
I’ve previously written about how you can use AutoShare to access Google Now searches without having to split your voice command in two. That disables