Llama Android App Automatically Changes Settings Based on Your Location
Article by George Norman
On 29 Sep 2014
When I am at work, I don’t want my phone to ring and disturb my coworkers; that’s why I mute it when I get into the office. When I leave work, I do want my phone to ring; that’s why I disable silent mode when I get home.

The Llama app for Android can make my life easier by automating the task of enabling and disabling silent mode. It uses my location and the time of day to put my phone on silent when I get to work and disable silent mode when I get home. That is of course, just part of the functionality this app has to offer.


The Llama app for Android works like this: when certain conditions are met, it automatically enables a profile or an event. It can automatically put your phone on silent when you get to work, automatically enable the WiFi when you get home, automatically start the music player when you connect your headset, automatically run an app, automatically adjust the screen brightness, and more.

Llama can automatically perform a variety of actions when, as previously mentioned, certain conditions are met – or to put it in other words, it uses your location and the time of day to do its job. It automatically performs actions at a certain time and in a certain location.

Now, it must be mentioned here that Llama does not detect your location by using battery-draining GPS. To save battery, it uses cell towers to determine your location. The app starts with two default locations: home and work. You will have to tell the app where home and where work is.

Llama is available for free on Google Play. The app works with devices powered by Android 2.1 and newer.

Ting recently featured Llama as their “app of the week”. Ting’s video presentation of Llama is embedded below.

Tags: Google, Android, Play Store, Llama, app
About the author: George Norman
George is a news editor.
You can follow him on Google+, Facebook or Twitter

I Hope you LIKE this blog post! Thank you!
What do YOU have to say about this
blog comments powered by Disqus
Popular News
By George Norman on 17 Aug 2017
With the blockbuster movie season upon us, Sony decided to celebrate the occasion with a sale: the Attack of the Blockbusters Sale that offers discounts of up to 50% (60% if you’re a PlayStation Plus member) on a ton of PS4 video games.
By George Norman on 17 Aug 2017
Samsung’s new T5 portable solid-state drive (PSSD) uses the latest 64-layer V-NAND technology, offers between 250GB and 2TB of storage capacity, has a lightweight and shock-resistant design that’s smaller than the average business card, and delivers industry-leading transfer speeds of up to 540 MB/s.
Related News
By George Norman on 14 Aug 2017
Opera Max, the Android app that uses compression technology to help you save data and get up to 50% more from your data plan, has been discontinued. The app is no longer featured on Opera.com and it’s no longer listed on Google Play.
By George Norman on 09 Aug 2017
Android started out as an underdog, as the mobile operating system that nobody took seriously. Big-name tech companies laughed it off and critics said it would fail miserably, but Android proved them all wrong and become the powerhouse that it is today.
By George Norman on 10 Jul 2017
Did you know that life is easier on iPhone? Put down the pitchforks for a moment and let me explain. And put out those torches as well...
By George Norman on 10 Jul 2017
With technology constantly evolving, many devices become obsolete and get replaced with something that's better, smaller, and probably a lot shinier.
Sponsored Links
Hot Software Updates
Top Downloads
Become A Fan!
Link To Us!
Llama Android App Automatically Changes Settings Based on Your Location
HTML Linking Code