Back in 2012, I wrote a beginner’s guide to Tasker that currently consists of 7 parts. With the UI overhaul that Tasker got a couple
Overlapping widgets is a feature that is available in various launchers, including Apex launcher. What this feature allows you to do is put widgets on
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
Yesterday I posted about how to use Swapps to get a quick access menu of Tasker tasks anywhere in Android. While I was playing around
If you’re like me, your Tasker setup involves a lot of standalone tasks that aren’t triggered by profiles, but rather directly via widgets or shortcuts.
A couple of years ago, we explained how to manually root almost any Android device. Since then, we’ve covered a bunch of HTC EVO-specific methods of
Our guide to game controllers on Android talks about an app that allows you to use a range of game controllers to control Android games, with
Restoring an Android device to stock is one of the first things potential root users wonder about: “If I root it, can I return it