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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Got another reader request for a Tasker creation, this time for a security-related creation. The idea is to be able to hide apps from the
This time I have a reader request for a Tasker profile to show you. The idea behind the profile is to create repeating notifications that
Sometimes things become outdated quicker than you anticipated. When I published part 7 of my Tasker guide, the todo list V2 example I put in
Back in part 4 of the guide, I briefly mentioned variable arrays. I said then that I wasn’t going to go into more detail, as
Lately I’ve been giving my Tasker creations a face lift. It started with me redoing the way my todo list works, making it both faster
Tasker‘s scene system has a lot of uses, but creating a scene takes a bit of time. That’s why there are some actions that allow you
Android allows apps to have special shortcuts that do something different than just open the application. This can be to go directly to a certain
Displaying the next alarm is a very common thing for Android apps, and you can often find widgets, lock screen replacements, and clock apps that
I’m paranoid when it comes to a lot of things. I never trust a single device or a single alarm to wake me, so I
One question I’ve had several times lately with regards to my Tasker articles is if there’s a list of what I personally have in my