First NFC Apps for Android Show Up in Market The first NFC Android applications have appeared in Google’s Android Market. One, the U.S.-based EnableTable, is an app designed for American restaurant owners who want to offer discounts to their regular customers. The second, a Japanese app called Taglet, lets you register NFC devices with its service, which, when read, will retrieve stored data like a website address or contact information. NFC, or Near Field Communication, is a short-range, high-frequency wireless technology that allows for data exchanges between devices in close proximity to each other. Taglet, a Japanese NFC App First spotted by NearFieldCommunicationsWorld.com, the Japanese Taglet app works around a limitation currently in place with Android’s support for NFC technology. As tag readers, Android phones running Gingerbread and that have the necessary hardware, can scan NFC tags and decode the information they contain. Taglet lets you associate specific data with an existing NFC tag. EnableTable: A U.S. The U.S.
DashClock Tasker Extension - App Android su Google Play The DashClock Tasker Extension empowers Tasker to create widgets in DashClock Widget.Please note: To execute Tasker tasks with a click on the Widget, "Allow External Access" has to be enabled in Tasker. The setting can be found under "Preferences->Misc".You have to configure DashClock Tasker Extension in DashClock and in Tasker:- In DashClock you simply add it as Widget- In Tasker the plugin appers in the Action Category: Plugin. It also has to be configured in this place.Permissions:net.dinglisch.android.tasker.PERMISSION_RUN_TASKSNeeded to execute Tasker tasks on clickCustom icons:Due to limitations of the DashClock API it's currently not possible to integrate custom or Tasker icons. As soon as the API supports it, I will implement it.DashClock Widget: L'estensione DashClock Tasker Tasker consente di creare widget in DashClock Widget.
Agent – Applications Android sur Google Play Remarque: Nous travaillons toujours sur Trigger! Il y aura une mise à jour bientôt. Lollipop - utilisateurs de données mobiles et Mobile Hotspot sont * pas * travail. Nous vous présentons Trigger, anciennement connu sous le nom NFC Task Launcher ! Lassé de mettre votre téléphone en mode silencieux à chaque fois que vous arrivez au bureau ? Cette application interagit avec votre environnement pour configurer automatiquement les paramètres sur votre portable. Voici quelques exemples de ce que vous pouvez faire : Dans votre voiture : utiliser le Bluetooth comme déclencheur pour ouvrir le GPS et lancer votre application de musique favorite Sur votre table de chevet : programmer une balise NFC pour définir votre sonnerie sur vibrations, moduler l’éclairage de votre écran et configurer une alarme Dans votre maison : configurer les données mobiles pour qu’elles soient désactivées lorsque votre téléphone détecte votre propre Wi-Fi Les déclencheurs courants sont les suivants : - NFC- Bluetooth- Wi-Fi
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Forget wallets. What else is NFC good for? Near-field communication (NFC) has been trashed by critics, who say it adds no value to consumers or is a technology in search of a need. But as we’ve pointed out, NFC is just a technology that can applied in a lot of different ways, apart from the digital wallet framework through which many people understand it. Increasingly, we’re seeing more and more interesting projects and applications being built that show how NFC will be deployed outside of mobile payment situations. This not only indicates how flexible the technology is but also could help propel the overall technology in adoption, as consumers become aware of NFC and learn to use it for a variety of reasons. Right now, NFC is still below the radar for most U.S. consumers, and the slow roll out of Google Wallet or the pending launch of Isis next year are, by themselves, only going to accelerate NFC adoption by so much. Here’s a look at some of recent interesting developments:
Spreadsheet Tasker Plugin – Applications Android sur Google Play This is a plugin for the Tasker App. Using the plugin you can query and update Google Spreadsheets from a Tasker task.o Requires Tasker is installed.o Supports multiple Google Drive accountso Supports Tasker variableso Supports offline buffering(PRO feature).o Supports setting cell foreground and background colors.o Append a row of data or update a specific location.o Query entire sheet or only the last row.o Query output in four different formats(rows, columns, json, merged).o Build in test functionality.Please check the app's help pages for details regarding variables.Additional support: Ceci est un plugin pour l'App Tasker.
Assistant - Android Apps on Google Play ** CNET: "... Siri has breadth, but Robin has depth" ! ** Robin is your voice assistant on the road, bringing you texting by voice, local information, GPS navigation and even jokes, while keeping your eyes on the road. ** Endorsed by TechCrunch, CNET, Wired, Lifehacker, etc Users say: “After trying S-Voice, Assistant, Skyvi or Hound …Robin is the best voice app of its kind; clearly the best choice for drivers in need of information on the road.” Ask Robin for directions & places, parking & traffic, your Facebook & Twitter news, gas prices & weather, reminders & alarms, messaging and much more - all hands-free ;) Robin is a personal assistant that can be both useful and fun, constantly learning and adapting to you. Compare to voice assistants and chatbots such as Siri, Nuance, Dragon, Vlingo, Evi, Voice, VoiceSearch, SpeaktoIt Assistant, Skyvi and Google Now, as well as GPS navigation such as Waze, Scout, MapQuest, Navigon, Garmin, TomTom, MotionX, Yelp, etc. QUESTIONS? Misc• Tell me a joke!
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Tagstand Relaunches NFC Task Launcher App, Makes NFC Way Less Geeky YC-backed Tagstand, a company intent on helping make NFC more of a mainstream technology, is rebooting its Android app, NFC Task Launcher with a whole new feature set and user interface. The app was already one of the top NFC-based utilities in the Android Market Google Play store before coming under Tagstand’s control recently, when the app’s creator joined the team. The company also says it saw a big uptick in demand for NFC tags when Google released the Galaxy Nexus, and it’s now selling as many tags in a day as it did during the entire month of June, when the service first launched. Tagstand, you may remember, raised a $1.1 million funding round back in October which included many notable angels. The company says that it’s since added new investors to its round, including YC partners Harjeet Taggar, Garry Tan, and Alexis Ohanian, and Kavin Bharti Mittal of Bharti Telecom in India. If you remember what the app looked like before, this is great update.