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About this app

Remotely control your phone, PC and web (with IFTTT integration)!

With AutoRemote you have full control of your phone, from wherever you are by sending push notifications to your phone and reacting to them in Tasker or AutoRemote standalone apps!

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AutoRemote is an amazingly flexible remote control system, them gives the user an unprecedented level of control. So, for example, you could control your PC or Chrome Browser from your Android device, control your Android device from hundreds of web services (like Facebook or Twitter for example), or even your Linux PC from anywhere. The possibilities are endless and you decide what and how things work remotely!

Check out everything you can do with AutoRemote here:

Make sure you click the AutoRemote menu button at the top for a full list of possibilities.

Here's a must see video for anyone starting out with AutoRemote:

This is how it works:
- Send an AutoRemote message from a web browser, your desktop, EventGhost, Chrome, Zapier, or any place where you can call an URL
- Setup an AutoRemote profile in Tasker to react to the message
- Do whatever you like with that message!

Check out the Quickstart guide (

Also, check out an awesome AutoRemote guide here:

With device-to-device or PC-to-device messaging, you can control one of your devices from another device or even from your PC! And with a Tasker plugin to send messages via AutoRemote, you can have full bi-directional messaging!
Imagine requesting your phone's location and have it displayed in a map on your tablet or PC.

You can also directly Share links or text to another device via the regular Share menu in Android! Imagine you are checking out a YouTube video on your phone, and directly open it on your bigger Tablet screen for better viewing!

With AutoRemote you have advanced matching options and a flexible command system (see how it works here: It works just like with joaomgcd's AutoBarcode app!

See many use case examples here, including AutoRemote uses for saving lives and keeping in touch with your loved ones:

Possible uses for AutoRemote(all these uses are fully customizable. You are free to use any other words or commands):

Can't remember where you put your phone? Create a lost-my-phone" command:
You could send a "Where are you?" message to your phone, and have Tasker respond with a repetitive "I'm here! I'm here!".

Let your wife send you a spoken shopping list when you get off work:
You can use AutoRemote with other Tasker conditions, such as the Date and Time conditions. Create a "shop=:=" command and combine it with a 5PM condition. Then, share your personal AutoRemote URL with your wife and have her send stuff she needs you to buy like "shop=:=carrots and ice cream". Then, at 5PM your phone could say that list out loud: "You need to go shopping! You need to buy carrots and ice cream"

Find my Phone:
Send a "location" command and have your phone respond with its location via AutoRemote to another Android device, or simply SMS to any phone

And many many more! Your imagination is the limit!
Updated on
Apr 9, 2019

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

780 reviews
A Google user
March 2, 2020
Very cool plug in. Its a bit like having a remote server to relay data between devices, while only having to make a one time payment. The only downside for me was latency with mobile networks. Not a good mix. It caused reliability issues and profiles were getting backed up. It would stop receiving, eventually bug out, then run old commands when corrected after a long retry process.
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March 6, 2020
To avoid those delays disable the Wifi and Bluetooth options for that device in the device list in the main app :)
A Google user
March 16, 2019
If you don't like this app, it's very likely it's because you've not taken the time to understand it. THIS PRODUCT IS FOR LIFE HACKERS. I've been using this to remotely lock my work PC for a long time. Coupled with the Chrome extension, EventGhost (on PC) and Autohotkey, you could tell your PC to email a file using Outlook with one simple push from phone. You could even have your phone tell you that someone woke your PC while you were away.
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November 15, 2020
If you like fiddling with and tweaking android, plus doing basically anything you can find a sensor or way to communicate for.... Tasker is your app. Autoremote is a welcome extension that enables you to easily communicate between devices. Joao is literally a god with Android dev. Dunno how they do it, but Tasker gets great support, has a huge featureset, and thus far I have yet to be disappointed in any of the plugins they've written. My minor critique: There's probably a bit better of a way to get device registration and such done - the QR code is kind of awk since some devices don't fully support that OOB, and... the link was kind of a pain to figure out how to copy. My suggestion would be enabling a few other options, like NFC or Bluetooth to do this. Anyway, great app, can't find much wrong with it.
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What's new

- Fixed notification sounds not working
- Fixed crashes on some services (Wifi, Bluetooth)
- Other smaller fixes