Reactor

Reactor


Android + Tasker + Grease Monkey + Radiation = Reactor (aka App Reactor)

Reactor is to Android what Grease Monkey is to Firefox. It is a simple yet powerful scripting engine for Android which gives you instant access to many Android OS functions.

With Reactor you can makes your Apps talk together and work together as it supports Intents and Content Providers. You can automate many common tasks with custom scripts.

You can also write simple Apps without the need of the whole Android SDK.

If you are non-technical you can use scripts which others have created. There will be a library of useful scripts published on the project's web site. A script can be downloaded to Reactor by scanning a QR code.

This version of App Reactor is FREE without any limitations other than only one script may be run at a time. To allow multiple scripts in parallel, please install the Reactor Unlock which is also available on the Android Market.

Features:
- NOW integration with Facebook and Twitter
- scan (QR code) & run
- background service with runs your scripts
- auto-start after boot
- syntax highlighting
- debug mode
- a library of functions which allows you to use intents, content providers, media, files, simple UI elements such as dialogs, alerts or notifications, do HTTP requests, use location, toggle radio and more...

Here is a simple example script which turns off your Wifi if you arrive home:
while(true) {
// put your home location here
iAmHome = near(50.03806166078905, 14.329100847244263, 1500);
if (iAmHome) {
log("At home");
enableWifi(true);
}
sleep(120000);
}

Please find more examples on your website.

Recent changes:
1.7 fixes in httpRequest, waitForConnectivity and startIntent
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3.9
User ratings
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Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Reactor
Android + Tasker + Grease Monkey + Radiation = Reactor (aka App Reactor)

Reactor is to Android what Grease Monkey is to Firefox. It is a simple yet powerful scripting engine for Android which gives you instant access to many Android OS functions.

With Reactor you can makes your Apps talk together and work together as it supports Intents and Content Providers. You can automate many common tasks with custom scripts.

You can also write simple Apps without the need of the whole Android SDK.

If you are non-technical you can use scripts which others have created. There will be a library of useful scripts published on the project's web site. A script can be downloaded to Reactor by scanning a QR code.

This version of App Reactor is FREE without any limitations other than only one script may be run at a time. To allow multiple scripts in parallel, please install the Reactor Unlock which is also available on the Android Market.

Features:
- NOW integration with Facebook and Twitter
- scan (QR code) & run
- background service with runs your scripts
- auto-start after boot
- syntax highlighting
- debug mode
- a library of functions which allows you to use intents, content providers, media, files, simple UI elements such as dialogs, alerts or notifications, do HTTP requests, use location, toggle radio and more...

Here is a simple example script which turns off your Wifi if you arrive home:
while(true) {
// put your home location here
iAmHome = near(50.03806166078905, 14.329100847244263, 1500);
if (iAmHome) {
log("At home");
enableWifi(true);
}
sleep(120000);
}

Please find more examples on your website.

Recent changes:
1.7 fixes in httpRequest, waitForConnectivity and startIntent

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A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
Ok Good
A Google User
Jun 17, 2014
Sample Wifi home worked well Well... I upgraded to full version and now it throws NULLPOINTEREXCEPTIONs... I'm not sure what is wrong. I want the money back.
A Google User
Apr 23, 2014
Currently broken? I can't enable scripts; I turn them in, and the immediately turn off again. This must be a bug in the current release, since others have reported success. I'll gladly update my review to 5 stars when I can actually use my scripts.
A Google User
Mar 25, 2014
Even sample won't work The included sample of battery warning script doesn't work - it fails on line 13 column 9 complaining about integer when it expected boolean. And the editor doesn't even have line numbers, so the debugger fails can be a bit hard to solve. Then there's this - what kind of scripting is this: "if ( triggered == false)" ?? I tried "if(!triggered)" but it won't change the problem. More over, there's no normal text editing, so I can't import scripts I've written on my computer and copied over thus making more complex scripts quite tiresome to make. I guess it would be easier to learn to use proper Android SDK than to use this total crap. I'm not gonna even start with the many typos.
A Google User
Feb 6, 2014
good app