Tasker Stories March 1
Tasker Stories February 12
Tasker beta 5.12.0 adds native JSON and HTML reading, more
For auto-scheduling and more, Tasker is the undoubted automation King on Android. With Tasker beta 5.12.0, the most powerful smartphone automation tool is adding native JSON and HTML reading, plus some other neat little tricks.
Tasker Stories January 27
After numerous updates and upgrades, Tasker version 5.11.4 has now gained support for running tasks right from your Google Assistant.
Tasker Stories January 20
Tasker 5.11 adds ability to automatically block calls, plus more
While it proves to be one of the more daunting device automation apps on the Play Store, Tasker 5.11 is now rolling out with some notable improvements and the ability to screen calls before they even start ringing.
Tasker Stories October 7, 2020
Tasker 5.10.1 now includes support for Power Menu actions, more
After initially coming to the popular automation app Tasker in beta, the stable version 5.10.1 now includes full support for Android 11’s new Power Menu actions.
Tasker Stories November 6, 2019
Despite being one of the signature features of the Google Pixel 4, Motion Sense has many, many limitations. Even if you live in one of the regions where Motion Sense is allowed, only certain apps and games can use the gestures. Thankfully, on rooted a Pixel 4, you can now connect Motion Sense to Tasker, creating nearly infinite possibilities.
Tasker Stories November 19, 2018
We reported last week that popular Android automation app, Tasker, had been denied access to call logs and SMS send, receive and read functions. That meant the disabling of a multitude of app features due to Google’s policy to protect the privacy of users. Google has since restored Tasker access to these functions so long as the developers adhere to some rules and regulations. expand full story
Tasker Stories January 30, 2017
Google Home is an excellent device, but it’s obvious that Google could be doing a lot more with it. Tying Google Home with Google’s mobile apps and just Android in general could prove ridiculously powerful, but we’ve only seen that on a minor scale so far. With AutoVoice, though, you can unlock what Google Home is really capable of, and it’s pretty awesome.