Phase 2 Industries
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Matt Tilson on 19/12/2013
This would be a five star app except that the app continually forgets that it is the paid version, auto disables most all of the active events and takes a good 5 to 10 minutes on each new cell tower you pass through during the day to remember it is the pa
by Julian Curtis-Zilius on 17/12/2013
I purchased the full version of this app and love it a lot. I do understand where people are coming from saying that the in app purchase thing pops up all the time. Other than that keep up the great work. Would give 5 stars if there was no popup.
by Paulina Bondoc on 21/10/2013
by Steve M. on 08/09/2013
by Tony Zhang on 01/09/2013
the network trigger does not work at all.
by Juan Clyncke on 11/06/2013
Purchased the plus version because it could only run 2 tasks at once, and the reason i bought it for is not working. I can't turn on or off GPS, please fix this it's a big battery saver. Using a i9505 galaxy s4
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by Jeff Levy on 24/05/2013
I use it all the time. Impel widgets on my homescreen let me change between "car", "office", "home", "night" etc. profiles with one click. I also have lots of automated tasks like when I receive a text from my wife, or when plugging in the charger. Sor
by Daryl Greenwood on 14/05/2013
Does nothing unless you buy another app.
by Ravie Samuel on 12/04/2013
It will still nag with the other and try and force a second purchase.
by Rio Wong on 20/03/2013
horrible! need to pay at once before trial!
by Ramizan Ramlee on 12/03/2013
GUI a bit weird, but works as programmed! Coupled with 'Portable wi fi hotspot' application (yes, an app, not a widget, look for itin google play) , I can turn on hotspot at home and off when plugged in office, automatically.
by Davoud Taghawi-Nejad on 01/03/2013
Asks you to buy without a trail
by David Tough on 18/02/2013
Great app but everytime you do anything like set a trigger event it loads play store to try and make you pay. Completely ruins the apps usability. Is this to catch people who aren't paying attention and trick them into paying? I'd stay away until that's r