Works on Android Nougat 7.0 with latest system update!! Kill tasks, free memory, speed up phone, save battery life, 1 tap boost your phone.
September 21, 2021
5.0 and up
You can kill tasks, free up memory, speed up your phone, save battery, and boost your phone with a single tap.
* Select tasks can be killed
* RAM Cleaner
* CPU lagging monitor. Remind if some apps are lagging CPU
* Game or App killer
* Android Optimizer
* Do not ignore apps while killing tasks
* Every screen has an auto-kill function
* Regular kill
* Startup Kill
* Widget that kills one click
* Quick uninstaller
* Display battery life
* Compatible with most Android versions
* Kill GPS: Stop GPS apps
* Memory Booster
Advanced Task Manager allows you to list all running tasks on your phone and can also help you end them quickly. You can also use it to manage all of your installed apps.
After the android system version 2.2 was released, the task management system of the android platform was modified. Task killers can’t kill services or notifications on your smartphone.
The Advanced Task Manager allows you to stop all tasks by following these steps:
1) Long press the task you wish to end
2) Choose the “force stop” option
3. Press the “force-stop” button on your application info panel
Click menu->service to open the service panel. You can then stop services running by clicking on this link.
You should be aware that other task managers and task killers can cause your phone to become unstable or create potential conflicts.
Q: What makes apps restart after a killing?
A: System events can cause some apps to restart. System limitations cannot prevent apps from restarting. It is recommended that you enable auto-kill in your settings. This will turn off all active tasks. This will save your battery life and free up memory.
Q: How do I add apps to my ignore list?
A: Long-press the task that you wish to ignore and a pop-up context menu will appear. Click “Ignore”. The task list will not show the ignored apps and they will never be deleted. The settings can be used to manage the ignored applications.
Q: How do I manage startup apps?
In settings, there is “Startup Kill”. This can be used to terminate tasks after the system has started up.
The Android robot was modified from work shared by Google. It is used under the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
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