Task Changer PRO: Switch Rapidly Between Tasks
Android is a robust OS. It is capable of many things, from navigating you through the densest of urban areas to streaming live music anywhere there’s internet. Getting between all of these different features and applications can prove difficult: unless you have Task Changer PRO.
Created by XDA Senior Member pacosal, Task Changer Pro was specifically designed to allow users to rapidly move between different tasks with minimal effort via swiping. According to pacosal, the app can:
o Show running apps
o Show recent apps
o Go home
o Do Alt + Tab that will change between your two last task running
o Go short cut. You can choice your own short cut
o Go custom app. You can choice any App to launch
o Show favorite apps
o Show favorite list apps
o Show All Apps
o WebOS behaviour
o Go back (rooted devices)
o Menu key (rooted devices)
o Action to show notifications (experimental)
o Experimental action for show recents ICS
The app is free, so what are you waiting for? Head on over to the thread here and give the app a whirl.
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