As usual, export your current settings before installing this version just in case you have to roll-back to an older version.
As well as some new conditions and actions, Llama now has a lock button on each profile's row in the list. This lets you quickly tap silent without having to do that infuriating long-press. I've actually had a few meetings in real-life work and it's been annoying me so I'm sure it's been annoying you! :)
Another notable change is that you can now run shortcuts. This may not seem that exciting right now, but you can now nag other app developers to support Llama (and the rest of Android) by using standard Android shortcuts. Creating shortcuts for Android is easy (for developers), and there's plenty of good examples of how to do it kicking about on the internet. It also means I don't have to write any boring documentation.
Some apps that immediately come to mind are:
- Advanced Task Manager - lets you create a shortcut for it's kill applications action.
- Gscript Lite - lets you create shortcuts to the geeky scripts you've written.
- DropSpace - lets you start a sync to your Dropbox account
- Browser - lets you open the browser at a web pages.
- Music - lets you create a shortcut to a playlist, which starts playing immediately.
- Llama - lets you define a number of actions that can be run, such as a shortcut to Llama that lets you define a number of actions that can be run, such as a shortcut to Llama that lets you define a number of actions that can be run, such as a shortcut to Llama that..... BOOM. (I've not tried this, nor would I recommend trying it :P)
Changes in version 1.2011.06.13.2240
- Run application shortcuts
- Run all applications, even those with two entry points like Maps and Navigation
- Change WiFi sleep policy
- Change haptic feedback
- Create events based on enabling/disabling Airplane mode
- Activate and lock profile button in the profiles list