WenWM · Feb 26, 2010 at 02:29 pm

TaskOS for Android Updated

Task switching on Android is a very simple process, but this new application makes it a little more exciting. The application is a simple task switcher that gives you a Palm Pre like experience when switching application.

Originally posted by profete162

Hi there, i just want to have feedback on my TaskOS app.

This application show to the users all the apps he opened and never closed. ( leave applications with HOME key and it will appear. Leave with back key and won’t appear.)

The user can scroll between all these apps and launch one by clicking on it or kill it by dragging to the top ( like Palm PRE)

That’s a beta, but all the mains features are there.

View the thread to read more about it.


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