What's the point? Developer insists that native and non native apps can't be closed. So what is the point of having an app which itself keeps running but can't kill any other app? In my experience it hasn't worked at all.
Keeps my smartwatch 3 battery life longer Let's you see a lot of programs you are running without being aware of it. Let's u turn them off and save your battery life.
This is the app assigned to my battery level in Bubble Cloud Launcher. When I see the battery drain too quickly, I tap the bubble and kill the rogue process causing the drainage. I am sad to say but it's usually one of the Google apps going rogue (keep, maps, fit - you name it). I wish Google did a better job of making apps.
I think this app saved me from sending the moto 360 back I'd had my 360 for three days, and was getting less than 6 hours battery life from it. I tried resetting it, no luck, then i installed this. All of a sudden, I was able to see what was killing my watch. It's simple to use, and bloody excellent!
This could be the app I've been searching for. Great app. It found numerous apps running in the background which may explain a mysterious sudden battery drop. Any chance of introducing a "whitelist" in a future update. This would enable a close all action without losing important background apps. Great work so far developers!
Doesn't do anything It says the command was successful, but everything is still open. Swiped to close this and the app I wanted killed was literally still running underneath it. Reopened it and everything I tried to close was still listed as running. Pointless
- Close all open programs at once
- More languages added
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