Originally I had a problem getting a working URL, but when I emailed the developer, joaomgcd, he responded almost immediately. Now I've got a working URL and I'm really impressed that he would focus on helping just one single person. If you ever have a problem with one of his apps, he's sure to help you sort it out.
Thank you Must have bought all your apps I could. Just too many things your apps make easier using tasker. I'm sure autoapps is good for some but subscriptions really isn't my thing :)
Seriously amazing I don't know how Joao does it, but this is seriously amazing. I've automated... A lot. With this. It's crazy. Makes server administration both stupid-simple and, well, pretty, since I can pipe controls to a widget on my homescreen. Crazy stuff.
It used to work? I was using this app just fine. Now it crashes immediately upon opening, with error messages.
Would be perfect if could finally sort out dodgy theming / icon inconsistency between activities. and default notification icon to be white, per android design guides.
This is arguably the most essential of all of the AutoApps plug-ins for Tasker, as it allows your devices to communicate with one another, passing messages and files back and forth via wi-fi, Bluetooth, GCM and Google Drive. If it rankles slightly that this plug-in's asking price is more than that of Tasker itself, consider that this is more indicative of altruism on the part of the latter's developer than of greed on the part of the individual behind this app. The documentation is lacking, and the language used to describe concepts and configuration options in the app can be confusing and inconsistent. This is compounded by the fact that third-party articles and tutorials often refer to obsolete versions of the plug-in. All of this makes for a steep learning curve for the beginner, but the same is true of the underlying Tasker, too. If you persevere, the clouds will eventually start to part and you'll find yourself adding simple peer-to-peer networking to your Tasker projects. Note that AutoRemote offers no end-to-end encryption whatsoever, so any messages you send are only as safe as the underlying network layer.
- finally, finally, FINALLY IFTTT support! :D Check here for more info: http://joaoapps.com/autoremote/ifttt/
Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wlYORkXJhk