One thing most Android fans love about the platform is the ability to create apps for both personal and professional use. Developers have come up with amazing applications that enable your Android handset to do smart things such as automate menial and repetitive tasks to make your life easier.Automate app provides configurations, rules, triggers, and shortcuts to let you get more out of your device. It lets you automate lots of things on your handset based on time or location triggers.The app also allows you to create automation with flowcharts, and also change settings like NFC, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth or perform tasks like sending email, or an SMS, based on the time of the day, location or any other triggered event.Automate supports plug-in made for the Locale and Tasker. Moreover, it lets you edit flowcharts by adding blocks and connection dots to create automatic tasks.  The application has a unique and beautiful design which looks good and keeps the distraction to minimum. It also has an added ability to set the custom backgrounds to change the look if you do not like the default.The application also allows users to list, upload, download and delete files on the FTP server and Google Drive. Furthermore, it can easily scan or write the NFC tag and also scan nearby Bluetooth handsets, Eddystone beacons, and iBeacon.Some of other blocks Automate provides include:
  1. Start or kill an app activity or service
  2. UI automation; tap buttons, home, back, etc.
  3. Execute shell command
  4. List, copy, move, zip/unzip or delete files
  5. Reboot or shut down device
  6. Cloud messaging for communication easily with other devices.
  7. Get both the location and geofencing
  8. Await incoming or outgoing calls
  9. Await sent or received SMS
There is definitely no shortage of features with Automate. You can even say there too many features. The tons of features and an awesome design makes this application a must-have for anybody who works a lot in their daily life.
Source: IbTimes

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