egzthunder1 · Jun 5, 2010 at 12:05 am

iPhone OS 4-Like Multitask Manager for Android

There are plenty of task managers out there for Android. Also, there are a lot of people who say that the multitasking abilities of OS 4 for the iPhone will be great once released. If you are tired of hearing arguments going back and forth about this, you may want to take a look at what XDA member agafi has made for you. Marrying both of the aforementioned concepts, the task manager resembles that demoed by Apple in the OS 4 release conference, so you get that Apple feel without actually owning an Apple device.

This app is a Task Manager/Swicther look & feel a video from iphone 4.0..

Features:
Press long on find button to opened it
Press long on app’s icon to kill it

Press Menu to:
-setup layout
-check preferred applications
-check ingnored applications

Min SDK: 1.5

You can find more information in the application thread.


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