Task Tray - Beta

Task Tray - Beta


Task Tray makes application switching quick and easy. It also has the ability to kill tasks you no longer wish to run.

This is a beta release, please report bugs, problems, idea etc via email.

Check "Help" tab in app for more info and updates.
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4.1
User ratings
496
Installs
10,000+
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0
File size
43 kb
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About Task Tray - Beta
Task Tray makes application switching quick and easy. It also has the ability to kill tasks you no longer wish to run.

This is a beta release, please report bugs, problems, idea etc via email.

Check "Help" tab in app for more info and updates.

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User reviews of Task Tray - Beta
Really stupid. I don't have such a button on my Galaxy. Heeeellooo - it's touch phone time!
Nov 8, 2011
Can't get it to work with my search key. Droid X 2.2
Oct 12, 2010
Great, the only task switcher i need
Oct 8, 2010
You need a "camera" or "search" key to activate switching...the Samsung Galaxy does not have such a key and unfortunately you cannot setup another key for switching - so rather useless :(
Jul 25, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 4, 2013
Uninstaled :( I have a "chinaphone" and a sony tablet. No camera button, no search button :/
A Google User
Apr 11, 2013
Nexus4 There's no use for this on nexus 4 as no search button or camera. Try "favorites stickman apps tray" as well
A Google User
Apr 11, 2013
Nexus4 There's no use for this on nexus 4 as no search button or camera. Try "favorites stickman apps tray" as well
A Google User
Nov 19, 2012
Really cool This is exactly what ive been hoping for in an android platform since the day i got my dell streak!! I hope to see this app further developed! Heres an improvement that would be wonderful: the ability to swipe down with 2 fingers to show this task tray. ThNks to the dev for this wonderful app!
A Google User
Oct 27, 2012
The faq claims that it's impossible to support the Home button. But plenty of other task switchers do exactly that. Shome mishtake shurely?