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.
Click here for a content portal for all Tasker coverage on Pocketables!
Tasker RSS | Videos | Beginner’s Guide | Beginner’s Guide RSS | Advanced Tasker series | Advanced Tasker RSS
I have a ton of minor Tasker creations that I actually use fairly often, but rarely talk much about. One of them is a neat
A feature of Tasker that’s very obvious to some but has been completely overlooked by others is settings for individual profiles and tasks. Thee settings
Pocketables has turned into a major hub for Tasker content over the last year, and there are currently more than a hundred Tasker articles on
The Clipless is an interesting project that’s on Kickstarter to get funding right now, and have actually already reached the funding goal. It’s a mounting
Over the weekend I got an email from a reader, Kapil, regarding a problem he has in Tasker. One of the most common Tasker profiles
I get a lot of questions from people who’ve either recreated something or made something from scratch in Tasker, only to find out that it
EventGhost is a Tasker-like app for Windows computers. There’s an AutoRemote plug-in for it, meaning that it can communicate both ways with Tasker on an
A few weeks ago, Google announced the availability of some new location APIs for Android, allowing developers to access various location based information. Quickly after
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