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Wondering how you can use more than one possible command filter (trigger term) when creating AutoVoice contexts in Tasker? It’s actually very easy!
After posting his initial AutoVoice home automation video, Doug Gregory posted another awesome video, where he uses sound effects and graphics from the Portal video
AutoVoice has gotten a lot of attention lately, as it should. More and more people are looking into creating their voice assistant after seeing what
Many people, me included, like falling asleep to some sort of audio, be it music, a podcast, an audio book, or something else. Tat is
One of our readers, Christopher, emailed me a couple of days ago about a brilliant idea he had for Tasker. He has modified a case
Update: This guide is no longer relevant as I have released a more extensive, more up-to-date guide for AutoVoice, located here. It’s not that long
I’ve had the pleasure of having a Tasker-controlled home automation system for a while now, and I’ve been loving it. My tiny student apartment isn’t
Last month, The Office actor B.J. Novak tweeted about wanting a feature where you could send an SMS with “wake up” to someone, and have
Ok, so you already know how to replicate the Samsung Galaxy S4’s wave-to-answer feature on any phone using Tasker. That’s all good an well, but
How to replicate the Samsung Galaxy S4’s Air Gesture call answer feature with Tasker [Update: Video tutorial]
So there I was, minding my own business, when Samsung just had to go and say something stupid. I’m talking about the latest Samsung Galaxy