The straightforward Tasky UI and thousands of pre-programmed actions are now available to all users of the automation software thanks to Tasker 6.0.9, which was first made available as part of the beta channel.
For those who don’t know, Tasky is just a new user interface that offers a simpler and more direct way for beginners to begin automating devices. If you just want the fundamentals addressed, there are also a ton of preset routines you may set. Consider features like a display pocket guard or a copy of the Flip to Shh feature present on Pixel phones.
The purpose of Tasky is to provide new users a taste of the program without stopping seasoned users from using its robust tools. If you gain more confidence, you can switch at any time between Tasky and the full Tasker experience, with all of your previously applied routines safely carried over. Below is a screenshot of a demonstration of this using Tasker 6.0.9.
Anybody using the automation software will now be able to use this capability, according to developer Joo Dias has announced . This feature will be included in the official Tasker 6.0.9 version. Not only that, but this update also includes a number of other modifications, such as new actions like the capacity to access Quick Setting Tile Actions with locked handsets, modify Airplane Mode without the use of ADB, and get screen information. The full official changelog here can be viewed.
The Google Play Store should now be offering Tasker 6.0.9. You can, however, sideload the APK file that Dias shared. If you simply cannot wait, you can download this from Dropbox and install.
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