Advanced Task Manager

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    Advanced Task Manager

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    Published: 2011-07-27, by Manu Galvez.

    Advanced Task Manager lets you extend your battery life by ending processes

    • Quick uninstaller
    • Automatic and manual task killing
    • Screen widget one-click task killer
    • Ignore list
    • Killing system apps will provoke the opposite effect: shorten battery life
    • It should include more monitoring data
    • Android OS already manage all these things

    "Extend your battery life and improve your Android performance"

    Advanced Task Manger will help you out to kill – manually and automatically – those applications that you don't need open. If you do it automatically, it's better if you set the exceptions (ignore apps) because system apps will re-launch automatically and will provoke the opposite effect: shorten your battery life. You can also set regular kill and startup kill for when you switch on your device.

    You can do it also manually: you have to select those apps that you want to kill just by ticking on the list of active apps and then press the button “Kill selected apps”. What's more, it contains a one-click task killer screen widget.

    Besides task killing features, ATM includes a quick uninstaller and a battery monitoring feature. Advanced Task Manager has been developed by INFOLIFE LLC., a developer focused on improving Android system features.

    ATM is a really useful tool, a must if you are one of those user who want to save battery-life by killing processes easily. Some users consider that this kind of apps are useless since it includes features that are already managed by Android OS. It's up to you, but what it is a common place it's that ATM does it fast and easy. Recommendable

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    by Emmanuel , Appszoom

    Jul 27, 2011


    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.

    • Kill selected tasks
    • RAM Cleaner
    • CPU lagging monitor (Remind user if CPU lagged by some apps)
    • App or game killer
    • AntiVirus - Virus Scan (Trustlook Supported)
    • Android optimizer
    • Ignore apps when kill tasks
    • Auto kill tasks on every screen off
    • Regular kill
    • Startup Kill
    • One click task kill widget
    • Quick uninstaller
    • Show battery life
    • Support all android version
    • Kill GPS: Kill apps to stop GPS
    • Memory Booster, RAM Booster
    • Memory Cleaner, RAM Cleaner
    • Permission manager addon for Android 4.3 (App Ops)
    • Holo style

    The Advanced Task Manager can list all the running tasks on your phone and it can help you stop any of the tasks easily and quickly. It is also a task management tool which can manage all the installed apps on your phone.

    The task management mechanism of android system has been changed after the release of the version 2.2 of the android system. Task killers cannot kill the services and notifications on your phone.

    By use of the Advanced Task Manager, you can thoroughly stop tasks in the following steps:
    1) long press the task that you want to stop
    2) chose the “force stop” option
    3) press the the “force stop” button on the application info system panel

    If you want to manage running services, click menu->service, then it will open the system service panel where you can stop running services.

    **Please note that installing other task manager or task killer tools may make your phone unstable or cause potential conflict.**

    Q: Why do apps restart again after killing?
    A: Some apps are restarted by system events. Apps cannot be prevented from restarting because of system limitation. We suggest you to enable auto kill in settings, and it will kill tasks on every screen off. It will help to save battery life and release memory for the phone.

    Q: How can I add apps to the ignore list?
    A: You can long press the task that you want to ignore, and then you will get a poped up context menu, click "Ignore". The ignored apps will not be shown in the task list, and will never be killed. You can manage the ignored apps in settings.

    Q: How can I manage startup apps?
    There is "Startup Kill" in settings. It can help you to kill tasks when system starts up.

    The Android robot is modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.

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