People have long used Tasker to take care of repetitive tasks on their Android device or to customize its functionality to suit things like they’re at home or in the office. Now the app’s features are a bit easier to use since you can trigger them through Google Assistant. XDA underlines a post by the developer on Reddit where it shows currently available triggers, which you can use to run your favorite automations by name.
Tasker is an incredibly powerful utility, but it can be a bit complex and intimidating, and voice control could make the difference in making it usable on a regular basis in your home. If you have a Google Play Pass subscription, access is free and a seven-day trial is also available, otherwise it costs $ 3.49 in the Play store.