Like all the task manager, normally available in the operation systems, a new app, the Advanced Android Task Manager, has been developed for Android. It lets you manage all your apps and closes all unnecessary apps with just one tap. It not only kills all the unnecessary apps but, also kills tasks which take a lot of battery and CPU.
The major tasks performed by Advanced TaskManager are:
- Killing tasks
- Freeing memory
- Speeding up the phone
- Saving battery
This FREE app for the Android Phones and other mobile devices has been developed by Infolite Team, an experienced Android team based-in Beijing, China and is available at Berlin, Germany- based AndroidPIT.
- It kill selected tasks
- It is an excellent Android optimizer
- Ignores apps when kills tasks
- Auto kills tasks on every screen off
- Regularly kills the unnecessary running apps
- Kills unnecessary items on startup
- One click task killer widget
- Uninstall the app quickly
- Shows battery life
Advanced Task Manager is designed to enlist all the running tasks and you may select some of them to kill. It is also a task management tool to manage all the installed apps.
In Android 2.2 system, the Android TaskManager mechanism is totally changed. Task killer cannot kill services and notifications while killing apps. If you want to kill tasks thoroughly, long press the task that you want to kill, and click ‘force stop’, you will see the application info system panel, then click the ‘force stop’ button.
For android system 2.3, click menu > service and you will see the running service system panel and you can stop running services here.
Q: Why do apps restart again after killing?
A: Some apps restart due to the system events. Apps cannot be prevented from restarting because of system limitation. It is suggested to enable auto kill in settings menu 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: Long press the task that you want to ignore and 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 which can help your device to kill tasks when system starts up.
What is new in Advanced Task Manager?
Following operations are new in Advanced Task Manager:
- Long press & uninstall
- Add customer survey
- Update Czech and Slovak translation
- Fix FC bug caused by Google Admob SDK
- Improve check all button
- Improve button for big screen device
- Add ‘Ignore List’ menu to ‘Uninstall/Ignore’ page
- Improve experience of help
- Less menu options
- More startup kill delay time options
- Add menu->service for android 4.x
The application has access to the following:
- Retrieve running applications
- Allows application to retrieve information about currently and recently running tasks. May allow malicious applications to discover private information about other apps.
- Restart other applications
- Allow the app to forcibly restart other applications.
- Allowing the application to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the application to slow down overall performance of the phone by constantly running.
- Full Internet access
- Allows an application to create network sockets.
- View network state
- Allows an application to view the state of all networks.
- Read phone state and identity
- Allows the application to access the phone features of the device.
- An application with this permission can determine the phone number and serial number of this phone, whether a call is active, the number that call is connected to, ect.
About this app:
|| Oct 1, 2010
|| Nov 16, 2012
|| Nov 21, 2012
|| 1.5 and up
|| 5,000,000 – 10,000,000
|| 1,057,958 Bytes
Download: Advanced Task Manager