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Advanced Task Manager

6.4.5.227 for Android
4.0 | 10,000,000+ Installs | Reviews

INFOLIFE LLC

Description of Advanced Task Manager

Works on Android Nougat 7.0 with latest system update!!
Kill tasks, free memory, speed up phone, save battery life, 1 tap boost your phone.
■ Feature
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• Kill selected tasks
• RAM Cleaner
• CPU lagging monitor, remind if CPU lagged by some apps
• App or game killer
• Android optimizer
• Ignore apps when kill tasks
• Auto kill tasks on every screen off
• Regular kill
• Startup Kill
• One click task kill widget
• Quick uninstaller
• Show battery life
• Support most android versions
• Kill GPS: Kill apps to stop GPS
• Memory Booster
■ Description
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The Advanced Task Manager can list all the running tasks on your phone and it can help you stop any of the tasks easily and quickly. It is also a task management tool which can manage all the installed apps on your phone.
The task management mechanism of android system has been changed after the release of the version 2.2 of the android system. Task killers cannot kill the services and notifications on your phone.
By use of the Advanced Task Manager, you can thoroughly stop tasks in the following steps:
1) long press the task that you want to stop
2) chose the “force stop” option
3) press the the “force stop” button on the application info system panel
If you want to manage running services, click menu->service, then it will open the system service panel where you can stop running services.
Please note that installing other task manager or task killer tools may make your phone unstable or cause potential conflict.
■ FAQ
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Q: Why do apps restart again after killing?
A: Some apps are restarted by system events. Apps cannot be prevented from restarting because of system limitation. We suggest you to enable auto kill in settings, 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: You can long press the task that you want to ignore, and then you will get a pop 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. It can help you to kill tasks when system starts up.
■ Trademark
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The Android robot is modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.

Information

  • Category:
    Productivity
  • Latest Version:
    6.4.5.227
  • Updated:
    2020-03-10
  • File size:
    7.2MB
  • Requirements:
    Android 4.1 or later
  • Developer:
    INFOLIFE LLC
  • ID:
    mobi.infolife.taskmanager
  • Available on:
  • Advanced Task Manager
    Advanced Task Manager 6.4.5
    7.2MB
    2020-01-09
    APK
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  • Advanced Task Manager
    Advanced Task Manager 6.4.3
    6.5MB
    2019-12-03
    APK
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  • Advanced Task Manager
    Advanced Task Manager 6.4.2
    6.6MB
    2018-09-07
    APK
    Picture
Reviews
  • avatar
    Trash
    2021-03-03 05:09
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    Google play store should delist this app not working plus giving nocives ads too Others users shouldn't download it
    2021-02-27 04:02
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    I Love Having A Clean Background!
    2021-02-25 01:10
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    I have no idea what this app is doing. It says "killing X" but the window for app X still seems open. Is it dead?! Also, the one thing that was killing my battery insanely fast, which was apparently Google Text to Speech Engine, was not even listed by this app! I'm not sure, perhaps I needed to list system apps or something? Is there such option?! I'm extremely disappointed, after hours of red hot battery, killing Google Text to Speech Engine manually has cooled down my battery completely!
    2021-02-23 09:03
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    Fake!!!!!
    2021-02-20 11:23
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    The app seems to function as advertised: Decent layout, easy enough to use & navigate. Kills & hibernates apps on command, and even has the option to auto-terminate specified apps at regular intervals while device is being used or when screen turns off, which I especially like. The only nuisance I've noticed is that the widget appears to stop functioning after a while (i.e., the "free RAM" readout ceases fluctuating) and I hafta keep removing & replacing it on my home screen to refresh it.
    2021-02-17 12:46