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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Any.DO is a to-do manager that has gotten some extra press over the last couple of days because the once Android-only app is going iOS.
I’ve talked about how Tasker can pass data to certain widgets before, but it’s a topic that deserves its own piece. Several custom widgets apps
One of the things I have on my phone’s homescreen is a tiny invisible icon that when pressed brings up a small pop-up overlay that
Most Android launchers allow you to access activities that come bundled with apps. These are basically shortcuts to features in the app, rather than the
Text To Speech is a very common feature these days, and it’s actually starting to get used more and more as well, with services like
Few things in the mobile technology space has been as rewarding and useful as the time I spent learning how to use Tasker. My phone
Nelly, my own personal voice assistant made in Tasker for Android, made a cameo yesterday in my article about using Tasker for comic relief. Today
What was the first thing people did when Siri came out on the iPhone? Ask it lots of funny questions like “will you marry me”
Google’s own apps for Android are part of what makes the OS great for some people, and without things like Gmail and Google Maps a
Have you ever browsed the Google Play selection of widgets for ages without finding anything that really screams "use me"? Perhaps I just have weird