Android comes with a lot of basic automation options built into the system. Here are some native Android settings you can use to automate your phone.
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Ellp is a Windows application that will automate your daily task and increase your productivity. It consumes few system resources and helps you set your own rules on how your PC works.
Mac’s Applescript might look complicated, but it’s a powerful tool for users to automate their system. Here’re some clever Applescripts to increase your productivity.
You should always have a good backup plan in place to safeguard your data. Here is how you can set up an automatic backup of your Linux system to Dropbox.
Tasker is the most comprehensive automation app for Android, but it can be a little complicated to use. Here are five Tasker alternatives for Android that you can try.
For the past several decades we’ve been watching robots and computers doing more and more for us. Will your job be taken over by robots eventually?
If you use an Android device, you now have a way to add background music to the apps on your device. Let’s check it out.
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Ubuntu prompts you where there are new update for your system. If you would like to automate the whole updating process, here is how you can do it.
IFTTT has a bunch of other cool and super useful social media recipes. Check out these 5 cool IFTTT recipes to automate your social life.
In this article, we’re going to program our Linux to send an email alert once a task is completed. This is a good way to automate your system and free up your time.
Mac has no lack of automation tools. If you are looking for one that is powerful and easy to use, Clockwise could be the app for you to automate your Mac.
In addition to making phone calls, a smartphone can also be used to control your home. Here are multiple ways to automate your home using your phone.
There are plenty of automation tools for Windows that are easy to use, but if you prefer to use a more powerful automation tool, AutoIt is a useful tool for you to create automation scripts.
The best thing about Android is the great number of ways you can customize it. Be it with rooting, automation or something as simple as a home screen launcher, you can customize almost anything to your liking. Android Bot Maker is one useful automation app that you don’t see often. It is kind of a macros app to automate your Android phone or tablet.
Shutter is a tiny yet powerful utility that enable users to automate the shutdown processes on their Windows PC. Shutter takes the automation a step further by providing you with a multitude of automation options and resultant tasks to choose from.
Tasker is one of the most well known and also most complicated apps out there to automate actions on your Android. In light of that, we are going to talk about some other Android apps to automate some of redundant tasks and actions on your phone.
The smartphone nowadays is more than just a simple calling device. The Android phone or iPhone that you own is a powerful mini-computer that allows you to surf the web, check emails, chat with friends, read books, listen to music, watch videos or even work while on the move. Thus, it can be a frustrating experience when it lags terribly, or the battery runs out of juice very quickly. With a little (and regular) maintenance and the help of several applications, you can easily get your phone to perform at its best, consistency.