This week’s Android customization is a little device security using Tasker. We build intrusion detection to help you keep track of who is accessing your device, from where and when.
We’ve controlled screen timeout before, using Tasker, this time out, our Android customization project does the same stuff using Android’s built-in tools and settings.
This Tasker project uses variables to count down to an upcoming date. We step it up by using voice input and output to trigger this Android customization.
If your normal alarm is boring, come build your own music alarm clock with Tasker, complete with sleep timer, so you can go to sleep to your tunes as well.
Today’s Android customization brings together our Tasker and Zooper Widget work to date. Come build a custom notification counter for any app installed on your Android device.
Inspired by Android Lollipop, we put Tasker to work to create our own simple pop up Notifications. A basic starter project on the road to taking total control of your notifications.
As a part of Location Services, GPS is a still a major culprit in poor battery life on your Android phone, our Android customization today uses Tasker to get a grip on things. While there is little that can be done without root, we still take a stab at it, what do you think?
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.