HomeNewsTasker Material Design update lands this week!

Tasker Material Design update lands this week!

In few more days, you will see a new user interface!

Pent, the developer behind the Tasker app, has announced that new Tasker (branded Material Design Update) will be available this week as a beta release. The update has been highly discussed by the community. The feedback and comments have been taken on board and we should see some of it implemented in the beta release!

Tasker Material Design Update in beta

PENT: I will put out a beta this week with 7 material colour themes. Which is a bit over the top for an automation app now I think about it, but Tasker users do like to have things just right 🙂

If you missed the announcement, or you are new to the Tasker here is how the new interface may look. These screenshots have been posted a few weeks ago:

I’m eager to try the new Tasker interface myself, fortunately, in few days we all gonna have the chance to see it with our own eyes. The seven themes and a legacy theme which has been confirmed previously would mean that everyone will find a theme that suits them best.

The new Tasker Material Design Update beta will also bring new features. Something I have talked before in detail here.

The main beta features include:

  • Material Design GUI
  • ability to control alarms
  • icon library
  • …more

I hope that the new interface will bring even more Tasker users to the community. I will keep you updated once the Tasker Material Design Update beta is available!

PayPal

Nothing says "Thank you" better than keeping my coffee jar topped up!

Patreon

Support me on Patreon and get an early access to tutorial files and videos.

image/svg+xml

Bitcoin (BTC)

Use this QR to keep me caffeinated with BTC: 1FwFqqh71mUTENcRe9q4s9AWFgoc8BA9ZU

New to Tasker?

Tasker Quick Start – Getting started with Tasker

0
From newb to not so newbie in 10 min

Best Tasker Projects

How to use Raspberry PI as WOL (wake on lan) server

0
While you could wake up your PC from a mobile directly, having a dedicated server capable of doing so is the best solution. The reason is simple. You can hook up as many devices as you wish with a single endpoint. This is why Raspberry Pi is perfect for this.

7 awesome Bluetooth keyboard shortcuts for Android

0
7 unique Android shortcuts that you can add to any Bluetooth keyboard.

One thing that Join app can’t do and how to fix it with Tasker

0
It's not possible to share the clipboard automatically between join accounts registered to 2 different emails. But you can fix this with tasker.

Smart overnight charging with Tasker

0
Still keeping your phone plugged in overnight? Try smarter overnight charging with this profile

Charge Test – Tasker charger performance tool

0
Turning Tasker into productive tool for monitoring chargers

Essential Guides

Tasker: Seconds into DD:HH:MM:SS (dynamic)

0
It's time to.... ok it's a pun, but I will show you how to master time and convert seconds to DD:HH:MM:SS dynamically

4 ways to organise Tasker projects

0
Keep your Tasker tidy!

A better way to store Tasker credentials

0
The more clever way of managing credentials

Annoyed with dozens of AutoApps populating your app drawer? Here is a fix!

0
Clear your app drawer from the clutter in seconds

Putting AutoTools pie chart to a good use – SSID logger

0
Who wants a piece of the pie (chart)?