Bad Translation It might work, but the English makes no sense. What does "You can't back this operation!!" mean ?. It sounds scary, so I'm not going to test it until it's explained to me in English. Could really do with the ability to add apps to the list from a list of currently running apps because going through 400+ apps when only a few are running is more time consuming than doing it manually from a task manager list.
Why no one button kill? Needs option to kill all selected apps with one button. Why do we have to manually stop everyone in the selected list????
Finally a useful one! Does what it says. This small (100kB) app without unnecessary permissions scans a list of user specified apps and offers the default 'force stop' button if available. Nothing else. Perfect! If you don't want to mess with Android's memory management but stop some CPU-hogging apps more easily this is for you. Update: Sadly it's too unreliable for daily use; it doesn't detect running apps every time and is nearly useless to me as it is now. Maybe I'll try a future update.
Does what it says mostly... When I run it the 1st time, stop those then I have to wait a minute or so and run it again to get the rest of the apps. It's pretty good. The English is understandable, just short and choppy. Gets the message across regardless.
EXACTLY what I was looking for! This. THIS. Never mind the flimsy and flashy ATKs and all that bull crap. It takes you through all the programs that have a "force stop" button and you force stop them. You personalize the list of programs it shows you. It makes it easier to do what all of us end up doing (force close everything). An easy way to do that, without hopping back and forth between menus as you select, open, close, exit, exit, scroll, select again... Just "yep run that" or "nope close this." All you need!
Awesum :-) Thatx realy awsum buddy.... i was juxt wondring when for the 1xt time i used it, n was jxt smiling at the work, :-) thankx alot gr8 work
1.0 (Jul/14/2011) new!
1.0.1 (Aug/26/2011) supported for android 3.x!
1.0.2 (Nov/30/2011) fixed force stop bugs and edited for release own memory at the end.
1.1.0 (Apl/19/2012) added setting menu which you can choose target apps.
1.1.1 (Dec/4/2012) supported for android 4.2!
1.1.2 (Dec/25/2012) You can check only working apps at setting menu.
Memory Booster - Android RAM Optimizer to Speed Up Your Smartphone!
Battery Optimizer – Now you can download the beta version: https://goo.gl/pGBgL0