This week’s Android customization wants to help you stay ahead of the curve. Let’s make sure you know how to manage your Android keyboards so you can stay ahead of those other guys that finally got third party keyboards too.
When it comes to battery saving techniques, it turns out that Tasker needs help from a plugin called Secure Settings to get into some of the good stuff. Let’s look at turning off Mobile Data to save power.
Power consumption affects all Android users, these three Android customization tips using Tasker will help you save some battery life to get your though your day. Learn how and when to kill WiFi, Bluetooth and Background Sync.
Building on previous Android customizations, Screen Filter dims your display so to help you see your device in the dark. No vision correction here, sorry, just a super dim display that is easy on the eyes.
Android customization – The latest update to Tasker allows you to place buttons in your Notification bar. Use these buttons to control music, send SMS, turn on your TV and more. If Tasker can do it, you can have a button to make it happen in your Notification bar.
Xposed framework is a powerful tool, which allows you to add custom ROM features without installing one. Here’s a look at our Top Xposed Framework modules!
KeepScreen is an older app that controls your display timeout on a per app basis. We previously used Tasker for this task, but you asked for an alternative solution, I hope this delivers.
An important aspect to Android customization is having the right files in the right place, we show you this Thursday how to use WiFi File Transfer Pro to wirelessly swap files between your computer and your Android Device.
When it comes to automating your digital world, there are few tools better than IFTTT. Let’s put If This Then That to work on your Android device, triggering a notification whenever Android Authority posts an article.
Adding value to last week’s Trigger NFC Tag tutorial, we look at how to use NFC Tags to fire off Tasker Tasks. Imagine performing almost any action on your device with the simple tap of an NFC Tag, come see how.