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MacroDroid-Pro-v4.9.6_build_9102

Last updated on Friday, April 17, 2020 - 10:45 by abdulmuhamin
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MacroDroid is a task automation and configuration app that focuses heavily on usability with a simple, attractive UI and logical step by step process.

MacroDroid includes many built in and user shared templates to demonstrate the power and flexibility of the application and help you get started. These templates can be used as is, or easily customised to meet your needs.
This app uses the Device Administrator permission (BIND_DEVICE_ADMIN). This permission is used by the failed login trigger (nothing else) and will only be enabled if you explicitly give MacroDroid device admin access from within the app.
This app uses Accessibility services. It is a useful tool to help those with disabilities use their device more easily. MacroDroid is widely embraced by the blind community and those with limited motor skills to provide simple automations to greatly simplify device usage.

If you don’t have time to spend diving into that which is Tasker, there are other apps that make automation easier. One such app is MacroDroid. NOW WITH ANDROID WEAR SUPPORT.

MacroDroid is an utterly brilliant, and less expensive, alternative (to Tasker) that is definitely worth trying out” (4.6/5)

 

Please note MacroDroid is currently available in English, Spanish, German, Portugese, Polish.and Turkish.

 

A few examples of what MacroDroid can automate:

 

  1. • Shake the device to upload the last photo to Facebook.
  2. • Turn on Wifi or Data connection when you launch a particular app (and off again when closed).
  3. • Respond to an incoming SMS by sending your current location.
  4. • Toggle the power button to tell you the time (e.g. when its in your pocket).
  5. • Use NFC tags to configure the device (turn on bluetooth, set volume etc).

 

 

Creating a custom macro is easy:

 

  1. Click 'Add Macro'
  2. Select a trigger from the list - (e.g. Battery Level).
  3. Configure trigger specific settings (e.g. Battery Level - 10%)
  4. Select an action from the list (e.g Configure Wifi)
  5. Configure action specific setting (e.g. Disable Wifi)
  6. Add more actions as required (Optionally) add constraints from the list (e.g. Day of the Week)
  7. Configure constraints as required (e.g. Saturday and Sunday)
  8. Add more constraints as required,
    1. Choose a name and category for the macro.
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