by: Topnet999 • 1.3K
A tool to save battery,kill task,free memory,speed up phone.
*Simple,quick,easy to use
*Ignore list to exclude apps
*Auto kill apps after screen off
*one-click kill widget
*ignore alarm clock
Task Manager which in short is ATMGR or ATM is a taskkiller or appkiller to kill tasks or apps. It can list all the running tasks or apps, and you can select task or app to kill, and click the kill selected task button to kill them. It is also a task manager tool to manage all the running apps, you can long click on the task or app that you want to kill, and you will get a poped up context menu with more options. You may found that some apps restarted after killing, because of some tasks or apps are restarted by system events automatically, and we suggest that you enable the auto kill in setting. Then it will kill tasks or apps on every screen off, and the apps will not restarted until the phone was unlocked. It will help to save battery and extend the battery life.
There are many task kill tools in the market, the most popular one is Advanced Task Killer which is short for ATK, and our task killer is different from them. Basically our app killer list more apps then ATK, because we use the same way to get system running task list as the android system panel, so our task list result are the more accurate then ATK. Another important difference is that we have an uninstaller feature in our task killer, and you can uninstall useless apps from your phone. Many of the task kill apps have one click widget, but the widget of our task killer can show available memory. It’s not default enabled, users can enable it in setting. Overall our app killer is the best one of so many task or app kill tools in the market.
Android >= 2.2 system changed the task manager machenism, and task killer cannot kill services and notifications when kill apps. If you want to kill tasks thoroughly, long click on the task that you want to kill, and click force stop, you will see the application info system panel, then click the force stop button. For android system >=2.2, click menu->service, you will see the running service system panel, and you can stop running services here.
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Q: Why do apps restart again after killing?
A: Some apps are restarted by system events and app/task killer apps cannot prevent them from restarting because of the limitation of the system. It is suggested to enable auto kill in setting, and it will kill tasks or apps on every screen off, the killed tasks will not be restarted until the screen was unlocked again. It will help to save battery life and release memory for the phone.
Q: How can I add app to ignore list?
A: You can long click on the task that you want to ignore, then you will get a poped up context menu, click “Ignore”. The ignored apps will not be listed in the task list, and will never be killed by task killer. You can manage the ignored apps in setting.
Q: Is task killer meaningful for android?
A: Android 2.2 improved the task manager machenism and it is said that the task killer or app killer is meaningless for android. In my view it’s partly true, in android 2.2, task killer or app killer tools is not powerful as it was in android 1.5-2.1, but it still can help to release memory and extend battery life by enabling auto kill. Our app is not only a task killer, it also can help to manage the running tasks and installed apps.
Q: How can I manage startup apps by app killer?
Our app killer has “Startup Kill”, it can help you to kill apps on system startup.
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