AutoVoice is another important app that you can’t live without if you want to get into Home Automation. It allows for custom commands and actions all through your voice. It also lets you search Google and integrates easily with Tasker. That’s why the logo lookos so much like Tasker because all these “Auto” apps are plugins for Tasker.
Most of these automation apps are free with a paid option to open up more features. All of these apps integrate with the ‘master’ one (Tasker). They either integrate with them through ‘intents’ or through the ‘state’ and ‘plugin’ profile section in Tasker.
Retune is an app which allows you to control your iTunes PC. I personally use it on my home screen as a widget for easy access when I walk by it loads up the home screen I use to control it. There are a few features I would add to it but it does do a good job for what it does.
Xposed Framework Installer and Bridge help your device reach it’s full potential. This has a lot of features that you are looking for in a true open source product. Some of the features include long clicking the home button and assinging it to a Tasker task. Maybe you want to triple click the headphones button to launch your RunKeeper app. There are a lot of possibilities.
Movement Detector will let you change your phones settings or launch Tasker tasks based on how the device is moving. It’s a very useful task for as a ‘confirmation’ type profile. I would use it more to let my device know im in the car or I’m walking fast (I’m usually going somewhere with directions). Running may open the running app.
Motion detector is an app that allows you to turn your android into a tasker acting motion detector. It can turn the screen on as you and take you to a custom ‘scene’; It could also turn it on to your screen saving app which shows your latest photos of the family from a rss feed made from ‘Yahoo Pipes’. There really are many opportunities.