The easily configured Ellp automates the process of managing an array of day-to-day device tasks. Empowered by Ellp, you can set your own rules and apply the ‘if-this-then-that’ concept to connected apps.
It uses simple logic for running automation tasks such as saving of tagged Facebook photos in a particular folder and sending notification when the same file has been downloaded multiple times. It can also be configured to open up YouTube every time your headphones are plugged in. A card system is used by Ellp for running and automating tasks with simple rules governing the device’s behaviour. You can for example specify a certain time when your device should switch off its speakers. Cards can be earmarked against an array of automation tasks like opening a website when you turn on the computer or open a particular website or music player on plugging in your headphones.
The easy to understand card layout presents with seamless identification of tasks at-a-glance. Cards are assembled into categories covering general subjects like storage, power use, security and performance. You can set up the cards once the categorical configuration is done. They can also be switched off if you wish to proceed with the task manually and alter the course of action whenever you wish to do so.
- Attractive and clean looking application which can be used even by amateurs.
- Brand new take on the concept of device automation and management.
- Lightweight program does not consume much system resources.