Everyone knows about Tasker Android app. In its latest update, it gives the ability to run unique tasks using Google Assistant voice commands. After several updates and upgrades, I Tusser 5.11.4 versionThe application has got the support of Google Assistant to run the tasks.
Taskers connects Android apps with Google Assistant
According to reports, the developer stated on Reddit that to use voice commands, you have to say, “Ok Google, run your work in Tasker”, Here “My Task” is the name of any of your tasks. And instead of “run” you can also use “start”, “do”, “set” or “send”. You can also play a task by sound and set some variables at the same time. For that, you can say, “Ok Google, run my work with something else”.
The Developer Joao Dias Has confirmed that it will also add the ability to use “turn” for things like PCs, or lights, or any other smart home technology.
The latest update to Tasker 5.11.4 has a new profile, called “Assistant Action”. With this, you will get variable input like time. This means that you can activate your Google Assistant by saying “Turn off my bedroom lights in five minutes with a workday”.
Although some of these are already available in Vanilla Google Assistant, there are some variables and arguments that can add a tasker, or give an extra layer of complexity. For some tasks, additional plug-ins are required, and this brings more customization options rather than just using Google Assistant.
The Tasker 5.11.4 update has been rolled out via the Google Play Store. You can download it from the Play Store as it costs $ 3.49 but it is free with a Google Play Pass subscription. However, there is a 7-day free trial.