The Android app Tasker now works with the Samsung Galaxy Note S pen stylus. Tasker has always been useful for users who automate or change the way they work on Android devices, but the app has never worked directly with the S Pen for gesture manipulation.
Tasker developer J. Dias has unveiled some great actions with Tasker and announced the latest updates to the app. The whole world was opened when Dias figured out how to intercept S Pen gesture events with a third-party app like Tasker. When the equation “If” is activated, the entire Tasker “If” is delivered to the user.
You need to make sure you are using Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or later. Prior to that, the connection between the S Pen and the Note device did not use a Bluetooth connection. As a result, Tasker cannot intercept the connection for customization. Tasker Tasker official website Or via Google Play.
This is just one of the various connections made between the hardware of your Android device and the third-party connection hardware using apps such as Tasker and IFTTT. See the timeline below for more information on how these apps can expand how your Android device can become a much more useful and powerful machine for all your daily technical interactions. This also applies to PC and iOS devices – of course, with varying degrees of power and success. The more devices you open, the more power you can run.