If you are looking for an easy to use application to automate everyday actions such as a “battery-saver,” try Atooma. The cool thing is, other users save their profiles for you to use on your phone. So, “WIFI on at home” is a Atooma profile you can use on your phone.
Often when comparing Android(s goog) and iOS(s aapl), folks will point out that Android phones are more customizable. They don’t just mean with wallpapers and such, however. Users and apps can take finer control of the phone’s settings or read sensors to fire off events. Call it “smart customization” if you will. Apps such as Locale and Tasker are prime examples, but they can be overwhelming to use at first. Atooma is a new beta app in Google Play that I think nearly any Android device owner can use it for the same customization and control in a few short minutes.
What makes Atooma different is the simplicity of its approach. It uses an IFTTT approach, which is short for “if this, then that.” You simply have to tell the app what to do in the case of a certain event. Here’s how Atooma describes it: “Create your Atooma to…
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