Tasker Beta Relies on Cleaner Interface; Here’s What’s New!

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  • 23 Jan 2013
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  • Tasker is seen as a great app, one that allows you to customize the use of your smartphone. For example, you can use Tasker to automate your handset, so it will go to mute more when you’re in a movie theater or text your spouse when you finish the commute. The application may be appreciated for its features, but not for its looks. Well, that changes today.


    The new beta version of the app brings a better UI and a more powerful software. You can download the beta version from here and then sideload the APK file. The app keeps the same functionality as the previous Tasker release, allowing automated processes like turning services on and off automatically at certain times/places. You can even change app icons every day or record battery levels over time and save them to a file on the SD card.

    Bug fixes are included in the beta and as far as we know, the app is selling for $6.49 in the current version. No idea when the beta goes to Play Store, but till then you have a 7 day trial to play with. Another cool thing that you can do with the app is set up the call volume to go down when a certain friend who speaks too loud calls you. How cool is that?


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