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Hi there,

I would like to introduce my new app : Droid Automation.

This app allow you to perform actions and automate tasks that were once repetitive.
User friendly and easy to use, It's will make your life easier ^^
Create your profile, add your tasks and select your triggers. That's it !

Download on Google Play : https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...utomation.free

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27th January 2015, 04:06 PM |#3  
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And widgets are available

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Nice. I´m a big "Locale" Fan but wanna try your automation App.
27th January 2015, 04:07 PM |#4  
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Nice. I´m a big "Locale" Fan but wanna try your automation App.

Thanks, let me know if you see improvements.
Now, I work on new triggers
27th January 2015, 04:17 PM |#5  
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Thanks, let me know if you see improvements.
Now, I work on new triggers

I hope it has the same less battery drain and the good recognation of "Locale"
Can I find different symbols in Statusbar for the actually profile?
Can´t find the settings for it.....
27th January 2015, 04:20 PM |#6  
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I hope it has the same less battery drain and the good recognation of "Locale"
Can I find different symbols in Statusbar for the actually profile?
Can´t find the settings for it.....

No sorry, actually you can't select different symbols in statusbar.
But it's a first release
I will make improvements ^^
27th January 2015, 04:23 PM |#7  
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Hm.....that´s sad. It´s important for me.
So I will test now
27th January 2015, 04:27 PM |#8  
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Hm.....that´s sad. It´s important for me.
So I will test now

Suggestion in my roadmap
27th January 2015, 04:34 PM |#9  
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I'm going to give this a whirl, I've been using a number of automation apps (Tasker, Llama, Automate, E-Robot, Automateit, etc...) and so far nothing has been able to manage my radios connectivity. I have zero/very bad cellular signal in my new building and it's been killing my battery (so I basically want wifi on if there is no/poor cell signal AND there is a known AP. Once connected to Wifi it will low power scan to make sure it's on the best AP). So far I've run into one of two scenarios, the app(s) will manage the connections fine but they really do not save any battery (in some cases decrease it) or they just don't do a good job (consistently).
27th January 2015, 04:55 PM |#10  
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I'm going to give this a whirl, I've been using a number of automation apps (Tasker, Llama, Automate, E-Robot, Automateit, etc...) and so far nothing has been able to manage my radios connectivity. I have zero/very bad cellular signal in my new building and it's been killing my battery (so I basically want wifi on if there is no/poor cell signal AND there is a known AP. Once connected to Wifi it will low power scan to make sure it's on the best AP). So far I've run into one of two scenarios, the app(s) will manage the connections fine but they really do not save any battery (in some cases decrease it) or they just don't do a good job (consistently).

Sure, but I try to limit battery usage with handling broadcast intent and only one service
I doesn't make tests for battery life but the app is fairly simple.
27th January 2015, 08:59 PM |#11  
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I'm going to give this a whirl, I've been using a number of automation apps (Tasker, Llama, Automate, E-Robot, Automateit, etc...) and so far nothing has been able to manage my radios connectivity. I have zero/very bad cellular signal in my new building and it's been killing my battery (so I basically want wifi on if there is no/poor cell signal AND there is a known AP. Once connected to Wifi it will low power scan to make sure it's on the best AP). So far I've run into one of two scenarios, the app(s) will manage the connections fine but they really do not save any battery (in some cases decrease it) or they just don't do a good job (consistently).

Try macrodroid, I use it. It's simple, lots of options and works great!
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