AUTOKILL APP MANAGER Helps stop automatic app startups, great for controlling social media and games self starting apps! Try it u just might like it! :-)
Doesn't work Used advanced mode (I have rooted and busybox). Said it would take a long time to evaluate all the apps (I have 450). When it finished, all it showed was a blank grey screen-no apps shown! Maybe not working with Lollipop yet . .
only allow to config 10 service for free There are hundreds of services, 10 of them meaning nothing. This means the free version is pretty useless. Don't waste the time unless you love this
Pointless with only ten receivers Since typical apps have 3-5 receivers, you can prevent 2-3 apps from starting with this app. Try Autostart Manager instead.
Oh Stop Complaining! It's an Eval-Version... Yes, you can only make 10 changes. The description even says so. It's an eval-version. And this is my evaluation: - - - - - - - - - - - - - I only examined the "Advanced Mode", as that's what I was looking for. You can filter the list of apps by suer, system, what's been modified, etc. Useful. You cannot, however, change the view from list-of-apps to grouped-by-permission. My main problem with it, however, is how it displays the permissions: in "raw" form. Other autorun-change apps will show "After Boot" or "Connectivity Changed", instead of the semi-cryptic "com....BootReceiver. I could live with this if the app also had a backup/restore-changes feature. That would've made it worth my while to purchase.
Android M preview 2 Doesn't work with M. It worked great up to 5.1.1. Hopefully the dev updates the app soon.
-Android M Basic mode fix
-Android M compatibility
-privacy statement added
-experimental Android 5.0 (Lollipop) support
-better start up time and other performance improvements
-disable all bugfix (PRO), sorry for the mistake
-fix: duplicates when filtering receivers
-way better root handling
Cache cleaner, ram booster, speed optimizer, free up storage, best tool app