Tasker

After browsing the Web for hours, I finally decided on the program that will handle all my processes, projects & tasks. I chose Tasker. It took me a while and some tutorials to see the logic but now I can’t live without anymore. The logic lies in the simplicity of Tasker. It can be easily expanded with extra apps like AutoVoice & AutoInput. I already mentioned that price also is a key factor. Although Tasker is not free, the cost is ridiculously low in comparison what it can do. You can see that you just invest in support for the apps so Joao can continue his amazing work. So shout out to Joao, please continue with what you’re doing.

Tasker got incredibly popular in quite the short time. A lot of communities have been created around Tasker, to give some examples:

Reddit

Google+

Tasker Forum

In terms of tutorials, you can also check Reddit and Google+. But the best way to find Tasker tutorials is just to search for them in Google. If you want to find some inspiration about tutorials, check out this part of the Tasker Forum. It is full of very helpful tasks that you can use for sure to create your own Jarvis.

But of course, THE best tutorials of Tasker can be found below.

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Play Spotify On Desktop With Tasker

When listening to music, I want to switch from my tablet to my desktop to save battery or just to improve the sound quality. Let's do this with Tasker.
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Random Voice Responses With Tasker

It gets quite boring after a while that you always get the same responses. With this tutorial, I will show you how you can randomise the responses in Tasker.

Say hello to any person With Tasker

This first tutorial is all about showing off to your friends. You will be able to say a name, any name, to Jarvis and he will repeat it when saying hello to your friends.