Useful, good quality app. Must have. Ignore low scores by those that should not breed- this is not a resident task killer (those are bad and should not be used). If you want to stop services, go to the services section (accessible from the app) and 'force stop' them. This shows you active processes, and includes an 'end all' shortcut with exception rules. A widget would be pointless as the shortcut does the job without using resources. It is a great little application that does what it claims to do, and does it well.
used to be the best. since last update, no longer lets me exclude widgets (digital clock freezes) and important apps (alarm clock) do not show on the list to exclude them. also, kill apps by time setting has gone away.
It used to be the best Back in the day of the Nexus One this was the best app of it's type. The developer has quit supporting this and while it still works it can't handle managing startup applications. The developers website now only serves spam search links.
Great app. Works well. If used correctly this is the only task manager that works. Using slow but 100% reliable way ensures that apps are properly ended and clears much needed ram. Love it.
Not much The app appears to only open the settings tab (to kill a running app) already available on my galaxy s2. I still.had to select ths options. I thought it would be automatic.
This is a good app, but sine ICS, task killers without root are not practical Ugly UI and it does not display all running apps for some reasons, needs root access to be really useful.
1)Supports Android 4.1 JellyBean
2)Added tablet support for JellyBean