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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Home screen shortcuts have several advantages over widgets, but they also have several disadvantages, and one of them is that they’re very static. Shortcuts normally
Disclaimer: Advanced Tasker is a series of Tasker articles that go beyond the beginner’s guide, and that’s aimed at those who have full control over everything covered in the guide.
utter! is a voice control app that has been out for a while, though it’s still in beta. Its developer has been active in the
I tend to get a lot of crazy ideas, and I find a lot of crazy products that way. This morning I started thinking about
More and more of my Tasker creations are becoming complicated enough to deal with data on a long term basis, which means that storing it
When dealing with scenes in Tasker, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the elements and references needed to make something work the way it
Joaomgcd is becoming a very familiar name in the Tasker world, being the creator of epic plug-ins such as AutoRemote, AutoNotification, AutoShortcut, AutoShare, AutoBarcode, and
I just finished converting all my Tasker todo notifications to using AutoNotification notifications, and thought I would share some tips I picked up on the
Note to anyone finding this while searching for Sony Smartwatch information: This article refers to a lot of Tasker features that you need to understand