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About this app

The Termux:Tasker add-on provides an easy way to call Termux executables from Tasker and compatible apps.

1. Create a new Tasker Action.
2. In the resulting Select Action Category dialog, select Plugin.
3. In the resulting dialog, select Termux:Tasker.
4. Edit the configuration to specify the executable in ~/.termux/tasker/ to execute, and if it should be executed in the background (the default) or in a new terminal session.

NOTE: This is an add-on app which requires both Termux and Tasker (or a Tasker-compatible app) to use.
Updated on
Jan 4, 2020

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109 reviews
Brad Luff
September 17, 2020
My scripts run fine from within termux, but whenever tasker calls them there is a shebang error. It's documented this is an error online, but the developer hasn't fixed the problem or responded to the posts I've seen. I wouldn't care if this were a free app, but if the developer is confident enough to charge for their work they need to actually support their work.
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July 5, 2022
Had some issues during install but that may have been something unique to my device. The Tasker integration is fantastic!
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Caleb Devine
March 1, 2021
Every time I click the edit configuration button, it says "No ~/.termux/tasker directory" although the directory already exists. I made it inside of termux.
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What's new

• Set the output of %stdout %stderr and %result from executed tasks (#26).
• Don't try to perform variable substitution on a Boolean setting (#27).