Jimmy McGee · May 22, 2013 at 01:00 pm

Tasker Alternative: AutomateIt, Automates Your Device Tasks – XDA Developer TV

XDA Developer TV Producer Kevin wants to help make your life easier. (What a nice guy!) First he showed you the powerful Tasker App with its Advanced Uses, Intermediate uses , and Basic uses. Then, Kevin showed you an alternative to Tasker called Llama. He covered the basics and expanded on it.

In this part of the series, Kevin gives you what you asked for.  Kevin shows you an alternative that has a spiffier UI and a easy to remember name: AutomateIt. So check out all the videos in this Tasker series and make your phone work for you. What are you waiting for? Check out this video.

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos and Kevin’s other videos.

Check out Kevin’s YouTube Channel


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