Samantha · Dec 8, 2013 at 05:00 pm

Tasker Extension on the Sony SmartWatch 2

For many, Tasker is a big part of their smartphone or smart-gadget experience, offering the flexibility to perform a wide range of tasks with simplicity and ease. In fact, it’s usefulness and practicality has been covered numerous times on the XDA Portal and video series.

With this in mind, it’s obvious that the next logical step in the Tasker journey is integration with the smartwatch world. This is especially true, considering the increasing amount of rumours in the past year of big OEMs working on ‘the next big thing,’ and with Sony and Samsung both releasing their own take on the wearable device concept, namely the Sony Smartwatch 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Gear.

One example of this is the Tasker extension for the Sony Smartwatch 2 developed by XDA Forum Member babanomania. Once installed on your connected phone or tablet, the app allows you to conveniently see the Tasker tasks you have on your device, as well as execute them with only a couple simple swipes and taps—very useful, especially when on a watch. The extension is open source as well, so you can tinker with it if you feel the extension is missing something.

If you would like to give this a whirl, check out the original thread for more information.


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