Tasker App Factory Beta Now Available, Setting Automated Tasks Just Became Much Easier

by Stacy Bruce on
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Many of you are probably already familiar with the Tasker app and use it on a daily basis without having to even think about it. For those of you who don’t know what Tasker is, it’s an app that you can program to complete tasks based on parameters that you set before hand. For example, if you want your Bluetooth to turn on when you get into your car, you can set Tasker to activate Bluetooth when your phone realizes you left your home’s GPS coordinates. And this is only one example of the many cool features Tasker can accomplish.

Back to make things even more interesting, Tasker’s developer Crafty Apps has brought another app to the table that will further aid its users in creating tasks that can be activated by the Tasker app. The new app is called Tasker App Factory and aims to make the creation of setting tasks much easier to build and implement. Instead of requiring the technical skills it takes to build an in-depth Tasker function, Tasker App Factory will create a stand-alone app that will perform tasks based on how you set it up. The process is much more user friendly and creating an app only takes seconds and no programming knowledge is required. Once the app is created, it will do all the work for you and you don’t even need to open the original Tasker app to get things to work. Tasker App Factory takes care of everything for you.

Currently the new app is in beta form so if you want to check it out you can grab the download from the Play Store links below. I haven’t had time to check this out yet but I know how much fun Tasker can be on its own. This new app sounds like it could make task automation something anyone can accomplish, so if you’re new to Tasker you should check out Tasker App Factory and let us know what you think!

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  • cdmackay

    * Only for Tasker beta-testers, useless for everyone else *